Monday, April 24, 2006

And one more ...

... from Maxine: Which cell organelle are you? Maxine turned out to be Mitochondria. Me? The Endoplasmic Reticulum You're the Endoplasmic reticulum! The ER modifies proteins, makes macromolecules, and transfers substances throughout the cell. It has its own membrane, and translation of mRNA happens within it. You tend to have two sides to you - sort of a jekyll and Hyde kind of story. One side of you tends to be rough and tumble, but also very useful. Your other side is less well-defined and slightly more mysterious. You scored 76 Industriousness, 35 Centrality, and 7 Causticity! And with that, we finish blogging for today - because I want to continue reading my review copy of Yasmina Khadra's The Attack, which may turn out to be the book to read this year.


  1. That was cute! I'm...Mitochondria
    You scored 63 Industriousness, 25 Centrality, and 19 Causticity.

    Frank, try this new political blog that I found The Heart of the Matter by Barry Eisler, the writer!

  2. Anonymous2:38 PM

    Industrious lot, we bloggers.

    I have visited this site that Bonnie recommends and it is a good site. And you should read Bonnie's comments on it. Do you have a professorship in international relations and political science, Bonnie? If I were American I would vote for you as the next President.

  3. No doubt that Bonnie's was the most intelligent comment on the post I just read.

  4. That is really a tough bunch! When they get going, I'd like to bang a gavel...but I love politics, and most women avoid the subject. So I will encourage any women I can get to comment...LOL.

    Oh, pleas more jobs! I'm trying to become a published writer!

    I come by the politics honestly, my father was politically savvy and I was the only one in the family that would debate him! :-)