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Chem lab; I thought these were "droppings" but they are just iron weights used on the scale.

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Posted by drinking_sand 5/2/2005 3:37 AM | remove
  Large critter eggs? Tumor balls? :D
Posted by duffgirl 5/2/2005 5:24 AM | remove
  the first thing I saw when I walked into this room was this dish of...balls
It really freaked me out..
Posted by Agent Skelly 5/2/2005 1:59 PM | remove
  I thought it was some sort of deer food...
Posted by duffgirl 5/2/2005 7:34 PM | remove
  At first I honestly thought it was animal shit...but it was too perfectly round
Posted by 'Dukes 5/2/2005 10:34 PM | remove
  And big ; and animals don't pile their shits onto a plate! Hahah
Posted by Samurai 5/3/2005 12:52 AM | remove
  i was tempted to grab a couple, but the implications were just too many... especially in a pitch black room. :oP

Posted by otetiani 6/7/2005 5:27 PM | remove
  The mills here used rods, but some mills elsewhere use balls like these...I wonder if they were testing a ball mill?
Posted by MatC 7/25/2005 2:44 AM | remove
Plate of balls.


Who would just leave this lying around?!
Posted by COWBOY695 4/21/2007 1:49 PM | remove

Posted by Samurai 5/2/2007 5:17 AM | remove
  you would know...

Posted by 'Dukes 6/10/2007 4:08 AM | remove
  Cowboy, you can eat the corn out of my shit you are a stupid fuck.
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