oldsaabguy at comcast.net
Tue Jun 3 23:23:26 MDT 2008
Yup.. seems that the fur industry uses the hides as a liner for furs
and they wanted to know where the best ones came from. Actually I was
not the guy grinding up the nutria embryos or nutria bits for the
starch gel electrophoresis (He started this with all that 4D crap) I
was the one trying to program in this formula from a published article
that would determine somethingerother and after several attempts at
running data I actually looked at that formula and USED COLLEGE
CALCULUS!! I figured out that the published formula was not the
derivative that it should have been..
hmm.. probably too much info.. it's late..
On Jun 3, 2008, at 10:05 PM, RampantNM at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 6/3/2008 5:23:01 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
> spridgets-request at autox.team.net writes:
> Nutria allele distribution
> You were studying giant rats?
> Robert B. Houston
> 74.5 MGBGT
> 73 MG Midget
> As he stared at her ample bosom, he daydreamed of the dual Skinners
> carburetors in his vintage MG, highly functional yet pleasingly
> perched prominently on top of the intake manifold, aching for
> the small knurled caps of the oil dampeners begging to be inspected
> adjusted as described in chapter seven of the Haynes shop manual.
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