Tell Me Something I Don’t Know

Nicking Chad’s idea, as it’s Friday, tell me (us?) something I (we?) don’t know.


To start you off, The Beast has two chips implanted in him.
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Ans he has never been put in a rubbish bin.

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8 Responses to Tell Me Something I Don’t Know

  1. Mike Fowler says:

    But where did you implant the fish?

  2. Kausik Datta says:

    …tell me (us?) something I (we?) don’t know…
    To start you off, The Beast has two chips implanted in him.

    One for each of you?

  3. Bob O'Hara says:

    Ther fish are implanted through the mouth. If he can get hold of one. Fish that is, not mouth.

  4. Kristi Vogel says:

    There are still journals (not your favorite one beginning with N) that do not accept manuscripts in the .docx file format … must be .doc or some other ancient script.
    You can guess how I found this out, very recently, as in “this morning”. Grrrr! >:-(

  5. Cath Ennis says:

    Grant budgets are kinda fun to work on (or did you already know this?)

  6. Maxine Clarke says:

    Does he set off the airport scanner alarms when he goes through security?

  7. Kyle W says:

    I am passionate about helping people start a Successful Internet Business
    [I am passionate about foiling spammers. The link has been changed to something safer – Bob]

  8. Bob O'Hara says:

    Kristi – I’ve submitted to one journal that only accepted LaTeX. And for the final version, you had to use their template, which might be OK but one of their files was slightly screwy, and couldn’t be moved/deleted from Windows: you had to move/delete the directory it was in!
    Maxine – I’ve no idea about scanners, I wasn’t there when he went through them. Perhaps they downloaded his health records.
    Cath – you’re mad. BTW, are your grant applications still tweeting you?