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Getting Blinded By Science
ventilation :: You can call me, 'Sir'

So I set this thing up this morning, call it an experiment involving chemicals and electricity, and although I’ve done it many times with glorious success in the past, THIS time it didn’t work and things went all haywire and so now I get to spend yet another day trying to unscrew tomorrow what got screwed today and I’m just going to throw this out there for the Scrine bird to chew on: If I end up curing something after enduring little whiny setbacks like these, I’d really appreciate an island or my own house on the moon or something equally generous, given the levels of ass pain that so-called ‘scientific progess’ dispatches upon those who stand knee-deep in ethanol while lighting bunsen burners and manipulating e. coli in our passive aggressive, Lord-of-the-Flies, kill-the-fat-one kind of way, because dammit, this kind of thing just makes my enduring the physical abuse of graduate academia feel dirty and pointless and if that was my goal, hell, I could’ve just gone to Las Vegas and hired a stripper for a couple hours instead of being spanked with Biochemistry’s cat ‘o nine tails while Biophysics sat in the corner yelling ‘HARDER!!!’.

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