Poll of the day

September 24, 2014

If some throwaway sentence in the Aims page draft I’m looking over for PhysioProffe stimulates my curiosity about a cool model then he is obligated to throw a least a postdoc year at the topic, correct?

10 Responses to “Poll of the day”

  1. Isis the Scientist Says:

    And at least 20% of your effort. But if he sends you the model, he gets half your grant.

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  2. gerty-z Says:

    hahahahaha!!!! good luck with that

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  3. drugmonkey Says:

    effort, schmeffort. I just want him to do the damn experiment and report back. Is that asking too much? I think not.

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  4. toto Says:

    1- Bribe the post-doc to work on it anyway. Make all kinds of crazy promises, money, sex, unicorns, world peace – or even crazier, stable employment (some folks really are that gullible).

    2- When CP fires post-doc, take him/her in your lab on a volunteer basis “until some funding crops up”.

    3- ???

    4- Publish!

    /This advice brought to you by Shaum E. Themoney, Senior Assistant Vice-Chancellor for Ethical Diversity at Patrick Henry University.

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  5. Dave Says:

    Is it glamour worthy? If not, no dice baby.

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  6. Comradde PhysioProffe Says:

    Dumshitte, you really took my “health relevance” bullshittio seriously? Anyway, you send one of your post-docs, or yourself on sabbatical, to my lab and we’re in business!

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  7. leroy Says:

    >wth

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  8. Strangesource Says:

    All I know is, Monkey, you take a sabbatical in PP’s lab for a year…we get a post-docs you’ve tortured on the interweb to assist, and we’ve got reality TV heaven.

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  9. Anonymouse Says:

    I hate reality TV, but OMG – a reality TV show in a lab!!! I would totally watch that!!!

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  10. DJMH Says:

    Most lab reality shows I would never watch, because DUH I live in one…but DM as CPP’s knowitall greybeard postdoc? Hells yes.

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