X-Message-Number: 23752
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 02:52:08 -0800
Subject: Re: Getting wacked by the Wakfers & FDGF booth
From: Kennita Watson <>

> "John Grigg" <> wrote:
> I realize Dr. deGrey lives in a world where credentials are worshipped 
> and a key to accessing certain circles.  I admit that even without a 
> biology related doctorate he could still do great things, but he must 
> be careful.  I wonder if he has considered going back to school to get 
> a biology Phd?  Perhaps he feels he no longer has the time.

Don't people sometimes get PhDs based on work they've
done?  Perhaps Aubrey could get one of those.
> My "fantasy team" for the Frozen Dead Guy Festival booth would be 
> myself, Rudi, Paul & Kitty, Kennita, and Charles Platt.  If computers 
> were sophisticated enough, I would run simulations to see what the 
> results were!  One would probably be Charles going to a local bar to 
> drown his sorrows at the very thought of being in such an intolerable 
> situation. lol

Even funnier because a "local bar" (the Pioneer Inn) is
the site of the Frozen T-Shirt Contest :-)  Imagine his
surprise when he plops down $5 (incidentally, the entry
fee) and says "Give me a cold one!" -- :-D .
> If a non-Alcor cryonics booth is set up, I agree that it needs to be 
> done right.  As Kennita stated, we have more than enough time to work 
> out all the details.  I just hope the naysayers realize there is no 
> dissuading her so we must focus on making sure things are done as well 
> as possible & and that she is not forced to go it alone.

They'll get it eventually -- thanks, John!  It is quite
true that while I'll go it alone if need be, I'd much
rather have company/support/help.

Live long and prosper,
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery;
none but ourselves can free our minds.
           -- Bob Marley, "Redemption Song"

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