Could this be…

…the most useless list of spellcheck suggestions of all time?

tumourderived

(I’m sure a tamarind genome sequence is in the works, somewhere…)

…the worst possible weather in which to be running around collecting grant signatures from PIs in three different buildings?

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…a dangerous and potentially even ruinous marketing strategy in a climate like Vancouver’s?

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(taken at BierCraft on Cambie Street, Vancouver)

…the most patient author in the world?

(from the consistently hilarious TOC ROFL)

…a new trend of religiously themed beer?

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(taken at our favourite beer store, Brewery Creek on Main Street, Vancouver)

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(also taken at BierCraft)

…a day too full of grant wrangling for proper blogging?

Why, yes! Yes to all of the above!

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8 Responses to Could this be…

  1. chall says:

    YEY! I like all of them :) Funny. I really needed funny today! THanks Cath. Happy weekend!

  2. Steve Caplan says:

    Love that paper turnaround! Is that why Elsevier is so expensive?!

    • Cath@VWXYNot? says:

      well, if it takes more than two years to get an accepted paper published online, the added value must be simply phenomenal!

      • Mel says:

        Ha! I was just going to say that my favorite part was that after 11 years of review (?) it took a further 2 and a half years to publish online and another 3-15 months to print, depending on when in 2009 this finally appeared. Hope this person wasn’t counting on this for a tenure app or anything!

  3. Typewriters! *That’s* what we need to improve our next-gen sequencing throughput. Thanks, Cath!

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