Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Safety Glasses


Yes, the first thought is "that's a lot of safety glasses," and we wonder about the possibility that someone would wear different ones for different moods or occasions, like one would wear a different shirt.

My second thought, and perhaps this just says something about me, is that in the dark room with the harsh light and the dreary, worn set of drawers, these safety glasses were used primarily to protect the eyes from blood spatter and the occasional flying bone chip.

1 comment:

Bradley said...

Imagine stepping into a lab that is supposed to have two dozen scientists trying to discover the Higgs boson, and all that's left is 24 pairs of safety glasses and some lab coats. Those are some really good safety glasses.

... at least better than Radioactive Man's.