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Stu outfoxes a PhD

December 5th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Dr.  Alan Rose, a plant molecular biologist poses a tricky technical question for Stu concerning yeast pathways, but once again Stu comes out on top. Stu Cranstence shows the depth of his scientific and real-world knowledge as he handles this tough question about genetic expression in plants. You have to get up pretty early in the morning to fool old Stu Cranstence.

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  1. Stu Cranstence
    December 10th, 2010 at 14:43 | #1

    Krubence, Why do you want to talk about all these things that are not my findings? If you’re not sure if you should take one or not just take it and then you’ll be covered. What’s so hard about that? And for your information, I have found more BONESTICKS in an area and Im going to drop them off at my brother Ron’s house later today.

  2. Soily Krubence
    December 8th, 2010 at 12:39 | #2

    I also accidentally took Skinflairtrinsol thinking it was Klinflaitrinsol. Believe it or not I quickly developed a bird in my larynx (also called a LARYNX BIRD). I knew that Larynx Birds were typical for people taking Panacea, but Skinflairtrinsol?
    Stu, could you comment?

  3. Stu Cranstence
    December 6th, 2010 at 17:03 | #3

    Bickbarstiks – Why do people insist on talking about subjects other than my findings? Did you not even hear what I said about wind?

  4. Feg Bickbarstiks
    December 6th, 2010 at 16:58 | #4

    Compelling . I do want ask Stu if he has ever accidentally taken Skinflairtrinsol instead of Klinflairtrinsol. I mixed the two up a few months back and only regained conciousness yesterday. Also, how’s your stream these days – weak? strong?

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