AskaSciBlogger June 15th Response

How is it that all the PIs (Tara, PZ, Orac et al.), various grad students, post-docs, etc. find time to fulfill their primary objectives (day jobs) and blog so prolifically?...

In my case I have learned the art of working at twice the speed of the average doctor, not unlike The Flash, who upon overhearing his wife express a velleity for a bowl of peanut-butter-and-chocolate ice cream magically produced it from within the folds of his cape before she even had time to change her mind to Rocky Road.

Also, I love to write, that helps. Even when the finished product is riddled with comma splices. And sentence fragments. Did I fail to mentioning errors of grammar and speling?

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