|Quoting BMIFlyer (Reply 13):|
Train Conductor (now done this for 5 yrs and still counting)
|Quoting FlyingNanook (Reply 12):|
And I got my very own pair of goggles because for some reason I needed goggles to wash beakers.
|Quoting Logan22L (Reply 33):|
Anytime you're in a lab, you should have safety glasses on. I've seen explosions and other accidents that happen really quickly.
|Quoting Kieron747 (Reply 36):|
a half-litre bottle of Bromine (shouldn't have been there- oops!), and 2 litres of petroleum spirit, 2 litres of ether, 1 litre of chloroform and 2 litres of ethyl acetate.
|Quoting Logan22L (Reply 38):|
Kirkie seems more like the isopropanol type. Keep the Kitty Dukakises coming!
|Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 44):|
Whooosshhhh - that's the sound of a cultural reference cruising over my head at FL350 ! I'll need the explanation for Dummies on that one.
|Quoting Logan22L (Reply 46):|
Just my tasteless side (side? ) coming out.
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