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    Scientist

    Am I the only one who feels like a scientist when testing the pool waters... Lol

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    Re: Scientist

    I think we all feel like that a little. Me, mad scientist!
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    Re: Scientist

    Unwrapping my newly delivered test kit made me feel like the day at school we were told we were going to be doing dissections!!!

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    Re: Scientist

    I don't think so. I think that we all have felt that way to a certain degree before.

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    Re: Scientist

    Do you have a speedstir?...then you are a MAD scientist
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    Re: Scientist

    Now you just need a lab coat and a crazy laugh and you're set!

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