Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Warning: The FCC and FDA have determined the speech you are about to watch contains harmful...

A good day at the lab with human specimens today. After a few hiccups cranking up the old steam generators we got going nicely with a borrowed diesel version. Unlike the old temperamental unit that would randomly stop working at the most inconvenient moments, usually with a human subject on the table, this new one seems to work too fast at times so that we actually found ourselves slowing things down to avoid charring the tissue. The foundation was pleased.

Subject M just returned from her travels East. Reports liking the setting and doing reasonably well in the interviews. Rejection, or an offer, to come by the end of February. Another interview is to follow next week at another site east. Flok dekoke is not ready for this.

Did any one follow fdk's advice to watch a free download movie from Cinequest instead of the state of the union address tonight? Give yourself extra pints and points if you did. I'll bet a lab session without anesthesia that the movie was gentler on the brain cells. Fdk was too busy to catch the speech and would be grateful if one of my three readers can update me. Did we declare war on any one new? Did we declare victory? Shouldn't the FCC and the FDA post a warning before these speeches to prevent bursted aneurisms and chest pains in anyone with more than an inch of forehead?


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