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Current Submissions

"I dropped the two boxes and now I am not sure which of these vials are "OK" or "Instantaneously Lethal"." Submitted by David Debari, Texas

" So much for reducing inventory by standardizing on a single packaging format!" Submitted by George Hudak, Oklahoma

" So much for reducing inventory by standardizing on a single packaging format!" Submitted by George Hudak, Oklahoma

"Go ahead, taste it." Submitted by Joe Davis, Missouri

"Tell me your sorting criteria once more?" Submitted by Joe Davis, Missouri

"I was told that it depends on the degree of how much it burns your fingers when holding the tube." Submitted by Joe Davis, Missouri

"I think we need another category for this batch!" Submitted by John Opiola, Pennsylvania

"They are actually all the same, except for the price. Good goes to the schools @ $, Toxic goes to industry @ $$$, and Shhhhh goes to the military @ $$$$$$..." Submitted by Larry Shade, Georgia

"How did we acquire some of these bottles from the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant?" Submitted by Marvin Sager, Maryland

"Where do these go again?" Submitted by Mike Dolan, Georgia

"Since the boxes are full, let's dump the rest of these in the sink." Submitted by Richard Molsbee, Tennessee

"And this is where we sort the samples for asbestos diagnostic. They come in three sorts: negative, positive and flase positive." Submitted by Romain Raballand, France

"Eenie, meenie, miney mo seems to be working so far." Submitted by Ronald Drumpf, New York

"I'm trying to remember which one is the rapid growth formula. Look what happened when i got it on my nose." Submitted by Sandy Exum, Georgia

"I don't think that going with the generic packaging was a good idea!" Submitted by Scott Mourier, West Virginia