~ Talking about getting ready to go to the conference for the Society for Clinical Trials ~
My thesis supervisor: So I guess you're all ready to go then?
Me: Yeah, I know how cons work, I got my Captain Kirk outfit ready and it's amazing
@bgcarlisle Please post pictures of you giving your presentation in a Captain Kirk outfit.
@jaranta Enlist in Starfleet today!
@bgcarlisle ...I find I am full of questions I can barely conceptualize. For starters, how do you know you're attending the *actual* Society conference, and not the control group?
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