Actually, some of the pre-existing cheese names are pretty good.
Ceili, amazing!! Do you know what the woman's reaction was--or the baby's? Lots of waaahing, I'd bet.
The mother laughed, I mean it's not everyday someone compliments your lactation.
I'm sure she was able to compensate the baby on it's loss.
The guest on the other hand was taken aside and the mistake was quietly explained. I believe he had a decent sense of humour and let it go as a lesson learned. I have been told since, he has never stayed in any other hotel in town, a repeat customer who really liked our SPECIAL attention.
Yeah, talk about customer service!
I like the cheese idea.
In Asia people pay for bird's nest soup for 300 U.S.; Turtle soup, shark's Fin soup for about the same, From Russia Petrosian Beluga Caviar at 100 U.S. per ounce.
Compared to all of these the Cheese is reasonably priced.
And it comes from such nice containers.
What amazes me is . . . Luciferase!
Retinal light exposure induces several immediate-early genes in the hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), which contains the major circadian pacemaker of mammals. Clock-controlled and light-induced genes expressed in the SCN such as c- and contain upstream regulatory elements similar to those of the major immediate-early gene (IE-1) of the human cytomegalovirus. IE-1 expression is critical for viral reactivation from latency and increases in response to agents acting through depolarization or the cAMP response element. To test whether IE-1 could be under circadian control, bioluminescence was imaged in individual SCN cells of brain slice cultures from transgenic mice containing the IE-1 enhancer/promoter upstream from the firefly luciferase gene. A small percentage of the cells in neonatal and adult cultures displayed circadian transgene expression, particularly ones near the dorsomedial edge of the SCN. Single-cell bioluminescence imaging revealed that the circadian pacemaker can regulate exogenous viral genes and could play a role in viral diseases.
That'll knock your lights on! I WANT some!
Gimme that bioluminescent rhythmic absolution or give me . . . well, darkness.
On a more scientific note:
Mother's Milk help develop the immune system
Good for the marketing ploy
PatriUgg - I'm way too tired to make sense of that tonight!
And, to all, about the mothers' milk, it has to have been done. It's too good an idea to not have been done.
Chi Chi Whix sits on a ritz
do we really need cleavage?
Cleavage is defined as the separation
of a man's brain from his sanity.
Thus we exist with a dual nature
in which we live as ourselves yet are becoming to someone else.