Me arriving on the bridge
Me walking down a corridor
Me meeting Captain Picard
Me working for security
Me when someone asks me what the readings say
Me working for engineering
Me learning to play Pareses Squares
what if you’ve run into famous people before you knew they were famous?
Overly Honest Methods: Uncovering the hilarious truth behind how science actually gets done
Earlier this week, in a fit of comedic inspiration, a postdoc named Leigh tweeted a funny lab confession and included the hashtag #overlyhonestmethods. By the end of the day, dozens of scientists had joined in, and the result is nothing short of hilarious.
Science is an incredibly painstaking and difficult process, and in addition to being quite funny, these tweets pull back the curtain on just how human a process research really is. Some of them had me raising my eyebrows right after I finished giggling, because please tell me you didn’t actually do that. Others had me nodding sagely in agreement, because sometimes you drop a tube or run out of a chemical and the world has to keep on turning, man.
Guns don’t kill people, Joss Whedon kills people.
How do you culturejam a subway-station advertisement? This is how you culturejam a subway-station advertisement.
Also, we reviewed this movie. Which means we had to watch it. Have mercy on us.