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January 27, 2008



Technically speaking, of course, it's accurate -- and now I can hear Flanders and Swann:

Heat can pass by conduction,
And heat can pass by convection,
And heat can pass by radiation,
And that's a physical law!

But yeah -- where are the yellow-and-magenta tape and the guys in the decon suits?


I know it's technically accurate, but I still think that word doesn't mean what they think it means.




Yeah, I would have to do a double-take too. I still think of myself as an INEL kid.




Everyone knows Oak Ridgers glow in the dark, right?


That sign is pretty darn funny... now for how to get them put in my school... -evil laugh-

My history teacher was asking if anyone had been to Tennessee. I told him I had. Then I told him my dad was from Oak Ridge. Then I said my DNA was radioactive.

Then he told me to go sit on the other side of the room...

It was funny.


Memo to self: Radioactive DNA or not, this one is NOT a mutant. She is far too much like the rest of us.

You GO, Katie!

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