Subject: Re: A simple way to transfer photos from your phone to Windowswithout installing anything on either
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Subject: Re: A simple way to transfer photos from your phone to Windows
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On 3/3/2018 3:35 PM, J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote:
> In message<>, Alan Browne 
><> writes:
>> On 2018-03-03 08:43, J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote:
>>>  A biochemist walks into a student bar and says to the barman: "I'd 
>>> like  a pint
>>> of adenosine triphosphate, please." "Certainly," says the barman, 
>>> "that'll be
>>> ATP."
>> Exceptionally clever.
> (Would have emailed but your signature doesn't say how to demunge your 
> address:) yes, I thought so! I certainly didn't create it: it was from a 
> list of something like 100 best jokes, or 20 best puns, or something, in 
> the Independent (a British newspaper) some years ago.
> Probably lost on non-UK readers though (-:

Not if they were involved in healthcare. ;-)
I was not a healthcare provider, but had many clients who were.