Great Instructions, Cont.

H/T @NamelessCynic on the electrical tweeting device

Guessing this is a Walgreens in Possum Hollar.

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3 Responses to Great Instructions, Cont.

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Invented in 1859, formalin is nasty stuff. It’s commonly used as a fixative for histology. I was visiting a website that highlighted many of the inventions of the last 65 years among them the microwave oven, polio vaccine, hard drive, birth control pills (yea), jet airliner, integrated circuits, satelites, personal computers, and many more, but of all the inventions listed the dry erase board has to be the most remarkable…

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    • ming says:

      Formalin, a 37% solution of formaldehyde gas in water may have been first synthesized in 1859, but the active chemical, formaldehyde, occurs naturally from metabolic processes in mammals, The obvious utility of dry erase boards aside, it’s still good to keep under the hood IYKWIMAITYD.


  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Can’t argue with that label!

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