Fascinating article on the development and testing of the biohazard warning symbol.
When I was in high school, one of my friends had a mom who worked in a hospital. She would bring home leftover donuts after her shift was over. And of course, the most airtight and convenient bags she could find were biohazard waste disposal bags.
I always felt bad about blatantly ignoring the symbol. But I ate the donuts anyway.
Labels: biohazard, donuts, harvard
You Cannot Eat A Purse
From the brilliant Lasagna Cat
Labels: comics, garfield, humor, lasagna cat
I've written dozens and dozens of great blog posts in the past few months. In my mind. Usually while hiking or just before falling asleep. A lot of them were well-written, entertaining, and insightful. Unfortunately, none of them have made it onto the intertubes.
I can't count the number of blogs I've seen that haven't been updated for years. Almost always, they end with a post that says, "I haven't blogged in a while--I promise I'll be better from now on." Who know, perhaps this will be another one of those.