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First Day Of New Job For Max

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wolf63 | 00:07 Fri 07th Aug 2020 | News
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I vaguely remember my first day of working for a living - but I do remember that was not a great day.

PD Max seems to have had an excellent day. ☺

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/dog-finds-missing-mum-baby-22474765

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Well done Max, lucky Mum and baby.
Well done Max. Hopefully all concerned are safe and well now.
Well done, Max :-)
One well trained Pooch.

Good Boy Max!
Have a Bonio.
lab rat porton down Jan 1969
first day at work
not that happy either
but hey it did get thro to me that if I didnt get a uni degree or two I wd be stuck in such jobs for the rest of my life.....
Well done you Peter.
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PP - Rats are actually quite intelligent. Your parents should have been proud of you being a Lab Rat.

I didn't go to university - I am not sure what that tells you about me. (Apart from the fact that I am a Crazy Cat Lady who loves GSDs esp. Police Dogs)

virotobbly
virology - amazed that so little about covid has changed
OK the molecular DNA ju-ju has
but even DNA splicing is 1973

we were
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR| VOLUME 305, ISSUE 7914, P1037, MAY 03, 1975. SIMIAN VIRUSES. AlbertoD. Vizoso. Published:May 03, 1975

jesus they want you to pay for eveything now - we used to go a library and pick the volume from the shelf
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All that information PP and you didn't say which publication. Do you still have your dog?

I'm just in from my voluntary job and I am tired and need a nap. I'm getting old. :-(
Smashing dog. What a clever boy.
Well done Max and his handler.
lancet
why
were you gonna read it? hur hur hur
fascinating ds DNA viruses with latency
which does THIS
( not for feeble minds - the monkeys all DDDDIIIIIEEEEEE!)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/665686.stm

all to do with safety of vaccines
so when the usual window lickers on AB earnestly state - "but we still dont know if vaccines are SAFE!"
I can reply - "yes we do, and we have known for 50 years"

(for the really technically minded walk-ins: they didnt know if vaccine cell lines ( BHK) were safe in the 1960s. If you fuse with sendai virus, the latent viruses are driven out and can be studied. They were all non-pathogenic)

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