In sci.archaeology message news:dnlkdo0s7o@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx by
"Tedd Jacobs" <Jacobs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> . . . :
> "Philip Deitiker" wrote...
>> In sci.archaeology message news:dnle900ss5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx by
>> "Tedd Jacobs" <Jacobs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> . . . :
>>> i would take it a set farther- bernard never said he was a
>>> professional, only that he worked in the chemestry "profession".
>> Senior scientist = non-acedemic position, probably in industry.
>> Not everyone is crazy enough to be an acedemic scientist, still
>> others are too crazy. You know what the difference between an
>> acedemic chemist and industrial chemist is? About $70,000/year.
>> BTW, as an archaeology student in Idaho, do they make you
>> dig for your own potatoes (as practice of course)? :^).
> no, but they do teach us how to make our own vodka.
That's chemistry. Vodka made from potatoes is called Sho[w]chu.
Used to be made from Taro root in Japan.