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Haha, when I worked at Lowe’s way back when I was a starry-eyed undergrad, my boss always used to say, “Customers first!”
To which I would reply, “Safety second!”
He would get so mad!
He also looks like Tommy Lee Jones going down the throat of the bug.
uh, that’s “almost”.
I admire his stoicism in the face of certain death.
Again, I ask: would you be able to add in an “Outer Space” background? It would really add flavor.
The magazine is put to bed on Thursdays. It’s too expensive to change once it’s been sent to the printers.
Having seen, with mine own eyes, the C&EN Old-World-style wooden printing presses churning under the Capitol building, I humbly digress.
‘ACS Drops “Chemical” from name’ – it is hilarious, yet creepingly plausible
“Atomic Collaboration Society”
Wasn’t there a reaction to a perceived move away from “ACS” in the letters section of C&EN a few years back?
opera always helps in moments of strange distress
In defense of Breslow, his fine Priestley Medal profile.
@CJ–i remember thinking that when their cover redesign minimized the “chemical & engineering” and emphasized the neutral “C&EN.” I mean, who would be afraid of that? It doesn’t mean anything.
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