The characters are the same but the posters may be different. If no-one lets sheepy in, it may be able to keep PG-13!
Blue relaxes in a comfy chair noticing the empty stacks ...
<Cosh surreptitiously deposits one copy of a work of fiction, a dozen copies each of several different technical manuals, and a complete set of Journals of Physiology for 1992-98 on the empty shelves>
<Studies article from 1993 Journal ...>
A new technique for field testing vertical jump height
The subject stands on a wooden box which contains a steel sprung tape measure, the end of which is attached to a belt around the waist. Upon jumping, the subject pulls the tape out of the box and is prevented from returning by a friction brake.
I don't recall that one, Blue - I think someone must have been hacking my library. It'd be a bit of an oddity, that, and I would definitely have remembered it...
Ah - Proceedings. I wasn't involved in Proceedings until after the format change. In '93 I was still struggling with getting the whole of the main journal DTPed in house.
<installs wooden box and friction brake contraption for Cosh to play with.>
<Davey the rat puts up menus. He'll provide the drinks.>
I was never a physiologist - just ran the pre-press operation for them. And it would be daft to pretend I remember every paper we published, although a few of the odder ones do stick in the memory.
I could definitely do with one of those drinks, Davey.
<Davey supplies. Foxie librarian points out all Physio texts are available on the computer attached to the jogging machine as well as in paper books.>
That's why I've offloaded the paper copies onto the library, Foxie 8~)
That's bloody good stuff, Davey - mein Gott!
<splurts grog all over the 'puter>
Do you have anything with a little less - umm - bite to it, Davey ?
<Davey provides the needed drink. With a can of mixer.>
<Decides not to try the jogging machine>
<Settles down in a relatively comfortable chair, mixes drink, takes a few sips, nods off and pours the rest down his jumper>
<Surfaces sufficiently to realize what's going on, but insufficiently to deftly enclose Foxie in inescapable embrace. Falls on floor in non-deft attempt.>