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Old 04-17-2018, 09:52 AM   #1
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Wifey B: Welcome. Are you the one who put all those tiger paws in the street? I took chemistry in college. I did much better in my other foreign language, Latin. All the symbols seemed strange to me like why not just use the words. I thought when they said "chemistry" it was going to be about relationships.

Seriously, all my respect to you as a professor. I loved college and had great professors. Science isn't my strength but I did like my chemistry professor. Best of luck to you.
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Welcome and congratulations on retirement.

(I also have fond recollections of most of my chem profs. My former organic professor was even brave enough to come in as a patient. Not sure why considering my less than stellar performance in his class.)
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Welcome aboard! I think having a chemist in the group is going to come in handy.

A couple of things you should know. What ever you do, donít ask about anchors! Youíll start a thread that never ends. The answer is always your anchor is too small, itís the wrong kind, and you donít have enough chain.

Same goes for guns, itís too small, itís the wrong kind and you donít have enough ammunition.
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You know Hop, you may have a good point having a chemist in the group. But there maybe some on TF that may blow them selves up in experiments...

A new material for anchors, chains and guns oh my.........
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You know Hop, you may have a good point having a chemist in the group. But there maybe some on TF that may blow them selves up in experiments...

A new material for anchors, chains and guns oh my.........
In high school I was always trying to make rocket fuel or explosives. I once tried to make nitrocellulose in the high school lab. I had to mix nitric and sulfuric acid. It didnít go well. Maybe Good Chemistry can tell me what I did wrong.
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