The Professor

I’m finally getting around to updating all of you on this – sorry it’s taken so long. Classes are hard this semester!!

She was pretty useless. She told me that I needed to start off doing more research on cytoskeletons and how they work, and then see if someone is currently doing research on that particular link between IF and spherocytosis. I can guarantee that someone isn’t doing it – neither one are particularly “important” in the larger scheme of things that need cures. Not that I don’t think IF is important, but those who pay for research would rather pay for things like cancer and AIDS cures. So I really didn’t look into it much farther…it would just be really frustrating to me.

My best friend Nomi has since told me I should go into biology as a major, and I think she was serious. I’ve come up with a few other “light bulbs” about IF while in class or lab and she’s tired of hearing my hypothesis without having a way to get them tested. Hell, all I need is a lab and someone who knows what they are looking at… 🙂

Oh well. I’m not going into biology – I hate science. I only understand what the professor is talking about if I can somehow relate it in my brain to IF, and that’s not always possible. Most of the time I just don’t get it, and I’m sure tomorrow’s test will prove just that.

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  1. Check the internets. Maybe, just maybe, someone else is thinking along the same lines. It couldn’t hurt!

  2. Thanks for stopping by! And thanks for the suggestions about GNC sups. Which one of your friends(is it a blog listed on your site?) had luck with pre-seed? Thanks! You can email me at

  3. A copper camel? How do you make that? That is one drink that I don’t know.Should I be passing you drinks while you’re studying? 🙂Mel

  4. Hey Mel! A copper camel is 1oz Bailey’s, 1/2oz Butterscotch Schnapps. Also known as a “slippery nipple”, depending on where you live and the bar. I feel a little funny ordering one of those, so I prefer copper camel.Yes you should be passing me drinks while studying – the spanish makes sense then! And if you read my newest post, I have an even better reason now.


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