Come-on line in Biology 20: "Hi! My name's Marc. I'll pith your frog for you."
Worked with all the girls.
"Elmer L. Fairbank" wrote:
> At 21:54 11/6/2002 -0600, Gaaaaryy wrote:
> >Though your text book told you about biology, you still cut into that
> >frog in class. Why? To prove the statements in the book that a frog does
> >have heart, lungs, etc.
> >Each time you turn on a light switch, you do it with faith, because you
> >have previously tested the theory that it will normally turn on the
> >light. When the light doesn't come on, then new theories appear: the bulb
> >is broken, the power is out, the wiring is messed up, etc. To get this
> >fixed, we must test each possible answer until the evidence points us to
> >the correct one.
> >IN other words, we test theories out each and every day. Most are on
> >things that are not earth shattering.
> They are for the frog!
> Till the champion of the under-amphibian
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Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland
“The first duty of a university is to teach wisdom, not a trade; character, not
technicalities. We want a lot of engineers in the modern world, but we don’t want
a world of engineers.” – Sir Winston Churchill (1950)
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