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Archive for April, 2010

…in the wrong season:

This bit of floral fireworks isn’t due on set until October.  I guess he’s just a little eager to please, having just arrived from Bluestone a few weeks ago..

The blogging should pick up once the wreckage of the Spring semester stops twitching….

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One student to another: “Damn, I think she wrote more here than we did!”

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Pathways can get so cluttered; it’s nice to occasionally see ones that are both clear and beautiful.

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“Michael McGuffin, president of the American Herbal Products Association, a trade group, said that eliminating every trace of arsenic, mercury or lead from products was not a reasonable goal.”

I’m actually more sympathetic about insect parts.  Those are generally organic!  But what exactly are they mixing with their “herbal” products if they can’t make sure there aren’t heavy metal contaminants?

Also, while I’m rambling:  a product I will never need, because God loves me and wants me to be happy.

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Well, here are some beauties:

  • “Each chapter seems to have some sort of maps that illustrates what has increased or decreased and reinforces what’s being read.”
  • “Some endocrine disruptors were designed to have half lives for industrial purposes.” [And were the others for the East German swim teams?]
  • “The data was presented in the writing summarized and to get detail, the tables had to be looked at.”
  • “Hertel is paraphrased to have invited a study to be performed that compares his method to the EPA standard.”

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