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#1 posted 02-22-2009 09:54 PM

Actually she did occasionally bring her work products home because she was on 24 hour call and sometimes she did not want to go back to the lab at odd hours. Also occasionally she would do private contract work to extract brains for Parkinson’s and dementia research. In addition Alsheimer’s can only be positively diagnosed by examining the brain so family members would hire her to remove their deceased family member’s brain for diagnosis. The very last one she did before retiring I transported to the lab on my motorcycle; also known in the tissue donation trade as a “donor cycle” because of the frequency of fatal crashes and tissue donations resulting there from. So my bike was literally a donor cycle.

Bureaucrat…sorry about leading you Forum astray with non wood working stories.

-- Les B, Oregon

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