How about this one?
From: rwoodru from bgsu.edu
Subject: [bio.dros] [Drosophila] bw
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 16:45:31 -0400
> Does anyone have a stock of bw? or bw; st? Thanks, Ron Woodruff
> R. C. Woodruff
> Distinguished Research Professor
> CoEditor-in-Chief , GENETICA
> Department of Biological Sciences
> Corner Merry and N. College
> Life Sciences Building
> Bowling Green State University
> Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
> Telephone: 419-372-0376
> Fax: 419-372-2024
> email: rwoodru from bgnet.bgsu.edu>>> Who wrote these or where did they appear?
>> 1. "Don't forget, no you, who you are and where you stand in this struggle."
> 2. "...a history of kitchen and bathroom doodling can give one an intuitive
> understanding of population genetics."
> 3. "North Alabama was full of Liquor Interests, Big Mules, steel companies,
> Republicans, professors, and other persons of no background." ( )
> 4. "I am no breeching scholar in the schools.
> I'll not be tied to hours, nor 'pointed times,
> But learn my lessons as I please myself." ( )
> 5. "If we're not follish young, we're follish old" ( )
> 6. "Our genomes badly need worming" ( )
> 7. "Meine Zeit wird schon kommen"-"My time will come" ( )
> 8. "Our doubts are traitors and makes us lose the good we oft might win
> By fearing to attempt" ( )
> 9. "Beer's a food" ( )
> 10. "I am not aware that the tone of society [Australia] has yet assumed any
> peculiar character, but with such habits & without intellectual
> pursuits, it can hardly fail to deteriorate (& become like that of the
> people of the United States)". ( )
> 11. "Thou, Nature, art my goddess, to thy law
> My services are bound" ( )
> 12. "We can't turn back the days that have gone. We can't turn life back to
> the hours when our lungs were sound, our blood hot, our bodies young. We
> are a flash of fire--a brain, a heart, a spirit. And we are
> three-cents-worth of lime and iron-which we cannot get back." ( )
> 13. "...world, world, o world,
> But that thy strange mutations make us hate thee,
> Life would not yield to age." ( )
> 14. "Men should be what they seem;" ( )
> 15. "I returned home, much older
> after crossing the world.
>> Now I ask questions of nobody.
>> But I know less every day". ( )
> 16. "That year all the students seemed to mutate..." ( )
> 17. "Clearly, advantageous mutations should be much less frequent than
> deleterious mutations." ( )
> 18. "Education is all right, it's the people that spoil it." ( )
> 19. "What I shrink from, I believe, is the shame of dying as stupid and
> befuddled as I am" ( )
> 20. "The day was made for laziness, and lying on one's back in green places,
> and staring at the sky till its brightness forced one to shut one's eyes
> and go to sleep; and was this a time to be poring over musty books in a
> dark room, slighted by the very sun itself? Monstrous! ( )
> 21. "In her winter dress, as now, she was like the tiger-beetle, which, when
> observed in dull situations, seems to be of the quietest neutral colour,
> but under a full illumination blazes with dazzling splendour" ( )
> 22. "I used to love to drift along the pale-yellow cornfields, looking for the
> damp spots one sometimes found at their edges, where the smartweed soon
> turned a rich copper colour and the narrow brown leaves hung curled like
> cocoons about the swollen joints of the stem." ( )
> 23. "Sixty-seven years later, alone again, in a Jackson developed beyond her
> imagining, widowed, nearly all the adventures of her life in the past,
> she recalled the earlier memory of solitude. Outside, her overgrown
> garden, full of trees, the ground dry, yellow, waiting for rain." ( )
> 24. "of making many books there is no end, and much study wearies the body" ()
> 25. "There is commonly less money, less wisdom, and less good faith than men
> do account upon." ( )
> 26. "God so loved the world that he made fruit flies" ( )
> 27. "Uniform pleasantness is rather a defect than a faculty. It shows that a
> man hasn't sense enough to know whom to dispise" ( )
> 28. "How I want a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy lectures
> involving quantum mechanics!" = ?
> 29. "I never give them hell, I just tell the truth and they think it's hell."
> 30. "...natural history, youth's glorious study, has, by dint of cellular
> improvements, become a hateful and repulsive thing." ( )
> 31. "That nobody should remember me who knew me in other days, is natural
> enough; but there are few people who, seeing me once, forget me now." ()
> 32. "Whatever my hearers might do, I myself always learned something by
> lecturing. And to those who have experience of what a heart-breaking
> business teaching is--how much the can't-learns and won't-learns and
> don't-learns predominate over the do-learns--will understand the comfort
> of that reflection"
> 33. Noli turbare circulos meos Don't disturb my circles
> 34. Nullius in verba Don't take anyone's word for it
> 35. "You see our pretty things are all outdoors."
> 36. "You're bound to get ideas if you go thinkin about stuff."
> 37. "None of us can cast stones, for we are all fellow mutants together."
> 38. "It seems to me that the earth may be borrowed but not bought. It may be
> used, but not owned. It gives itself in
> response to love and tending, offers its
> seasonal flowering and fruiting. But we
> are tenants and not possessors,
> lovers and not masters. Cross Creek
> belongs to the wind and the rain, to
> the sun and the seasons, to the cosmic secrecy of seed, and beyond all,
> to time."
> 39. "...Nought may endure but Mutability"
> 40. "And if we seem a small factor in a huge
> pattern, nevertheless it is of relative
> ... And so we went"
> 41. "Those are my principles. If you don't like them, I've got others"
> 42. "Night was come, and her planets were risen:
> a safe still night; too serene for the
> companionship of fear. We know that God is
> everywhere; but certainly we feel His presence
> most when His works are on the grandest scale
> spread before us: and it is in the unclouded
> night-sky, where His worlds wheel their silent
> course, that we read clearest His infinitude, His
> omnipotence, His omnipresence."
> 43. "It was a fine, busy, breathing, rustic
> landscape; and as I continued to descend, the
> highlands of Gevaudan kept mounting in front of
> me against the sky."
>> 1. "So much things to say" Bob Marley
> 2. "Frogs, flies, and dandelions" M. Schilthuizen
> 3. "To Kill a Mockingbird" Harper Lee
> 4. "The Taming of the Shrew"
> 5. The Knight's Tale, "The Canterbury Tales"
> 6. Matt Ridley, "Genome"
> 7. Gregor Mendel
> 8. "Measure for Measure"
> 9. "Green Hills of Africa"
> 10. Charles Darwin's Diary of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle
> 11. "King Lear"
> 12. "Look Homeward Angel"
> 13. "King Lear"
> 14. "Othello"
> 15. "And How Long", Pablo Neruda
> 16. "Ship Fever, Andrea Barrett
> 17. "The Neutral Theory of Molecular Evolution", Motoo Kimura
> 18. Bartender in movie Easter Parade
> 19. "Waiting for the Barbrians". J. M. Coetzee
> 20. "The Old Curiosity Shop" Charles Dickens
> 21. "The Return of the Native" Thomas Hardy
> 22. "My Antonia" Willa Cather
> 23 "A Turn in the South" V. S. Naipaul
> 24. Ecclesiastes 12:12
> 25. "The Advancement of Learning" Francis Bacon
> 26. me
> 27. "A Pair of Blue Eyes", Thomas Hardy
> 28. ¼
> 29. Harry Truman
> 30. Jean-Henri Fabre. 1879. "Souvenirs Entomologiques"
> 31. Dickens "Nicholas Nickleby"
> 32. Thomas H. Huxley "Man's Place in Nature"
> 33. Archimedes 212 or 211 BC
> 34. Royal Society motto
> 35. Robert Frost "The Housekepper"
> 36 Joad in "The Grapes of Wrath"
> 37. H. J. Muller, 1950
> 38. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, "Cross Creek"
> 39. Shelley "Mutability"
> 40. John Steinbeck and Ed Ricketts "The Log from the Sea of Cortez"
> 41. Marx (Groucho not Karl)
> 42. Charlotte Bronte " Jane Eyre"
> 43. Robert Louis Stevenson "Travels with a Donkdy in the Cevennes"
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Masatoshi TOMARU, PhD
Drosophila Genetic Resource Center
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Kyoto 616-8354, JAPAN
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