Another little novel...

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Another little novel...

Post by Who2 » Sat Sep 10, 2016 6:20 pm

I knocked this one out the other month...

Dear Mr --------
Please note that a Nature manuscript tracking system account has been created for you. This is because you are listed as a co-author on the manuscript “Hydraulic Control of Tuna Fins: A New Role for the Lymphatic System in Vertebrates” (reference number: 2016-09-12333), which was recently submitted to Nature.

See I'm not as thick as you think eh ?... 8)
Ps: Mind you, I get a few american mis-directed emails...'I quite enjoy them
Catchy title eh ? and the ending is a killer!!!!!
I'll put it upon Kindle for fishermen & housewives..& scientists interested in Tuna fins.
Iv'e tuna in my kitchen cupboards..never wondered whatever happened to their fins,
"this is a mystery solved. New York Times bestseller list.
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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Who2 » Sat Sep 10, 2016 6:32 pm

Ps: it doesn't end there, I have a similar one about underwater thermal currents..... 8)

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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Who2 » Wed Sep 14, 2016 8:18 am

I should have researched dogs, oh! well better luck next time.... 8)

Dear Dr Pavlov

"Thank you for submitting your manuscript entitled "Hydraulic Control of Tuna Fins: A New Role for the Lymphatic System in Vertebrates", for consideration. I regret that we are unable to publish it in Nature.
In this case, we do not feel that your paper has matched our criteria for further consideration. We therefore feel that the paper would find a more suitable outlet in another journal.

As an alternative you could try our forthcoming sister title, Nature Ecology & Evolution"
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Re: Another little novel...

Post by newcastle » Wed Sep 14, 2016 11:06 am

Are you, by any chance, a fan of David Thorne.

He has an excellent way of dealing with difficult correspondence. For example :

http://www.27bslash6.com/chairs.html

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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Horus » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:43 pm

:lol: :lol: That guy is hilarious
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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Who2 » Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:24 am

Well, good morning.
I have just returned from a very pleasant rooftop evening meal with friends at the busiest hotel in Luxor.
I'm not telling you the name, food wonderful, wine beer & brandies in abundance and I do not even drink brandy.

Young people who will all return home to Berne and tell their all friends just how wonderful Egypt is.
Forget f***'in tourists they are never ever coming back, "goddit ?
But if you know your business and your customer's requirements you will always be busy....
"Nighty night I'm now off to watch Harley & The Davidsons episode 2..... 8)

Ps: I know this has nothing to do with the above but couldn't be ar*ed @1.30am starting a new post, please forgive....
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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Brian Yare » Mon Sep 19, 2016 11:20 pm

The missing tuna fins probably end up in sharks' fin soup. :eat

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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Dusak » Tue Sep 20, 2016 1:30 pm

Brian Yare wrote:The missing tuna fins probably end up in sharks' fin soup. :eat
:tk They surly it would be called tuna fin soup, trade description laws and all of that.
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Re: Another little novel...

Post by Brian Yare » Wed Sep 21, 2016 4:13 pm

I had always assumed that a Tuna was a sort of Shark until I looked it up. Appears to be closer to a Mackerel. Mea culpa. :water: