Re: Did this ever happen to you? -Reply

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From:Nelma Gates <> (by way of histonet)
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How about the most important paraffin block - the only one you need to
recut for a different stain and you come to work the next day and find that
out of all the blocks on the table, that is the only one a mouse has eaten.

Fisheries Experiment Station

>>> connie mcmanus <> 10/02/98 01:10pm >>>
>Has anyone ever dropped a paraffin block and have it bounce forward, or do
>they ALWAYS bounce under the cabinets or into the deep confines of the leg
>spaces under the tables?
Haven't you read the book "Why Toast Lands on the Buttered Side" (or
something like that).  This is not your imagination.  It isn't gremlins.
It's the sadistic reality of Murphy's Laws.  Besides that, the more
important that paraffin block is, the more likely you will be to see it
bounce into a corner where YOU CANNOT REACH IT!

Connie McManus... I just love murphy's stinking laws.  *g*

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