Disclaimer(s)

Important Disclaimer:

This blog is purely the opinions of the author (me).  PLEASE DO NOT ATTRIBUTE ANYTHING WRITTEN HERE TO BE ANYTHING BUT THE OPINIONS OF ONE PERSON -- ME.
To elaborate:
The words here do not reflect the opinions of my present or past employers including: Virginia Tech, Johns Hopkins, the National Cancer Institute, the NIH, the NIAID, SAIC, MSC, Thermo (Fisher) Scientific or even Big Frank's Bar-B-Que (the home of the Giovanni, the world's greatest sandwich -- and my night and weekend home for my undergraduate career.)
The products described in this blog are the trademarked property of the companies that produce them.  They give me no money or free stuff for mentioning them in this blog (or for anything else, for that matter, though Thermo Scientific does pay me now, but not for this blog, or for anything linked to this blog.  In fact, it would be a whole lot simpler for some people at my current position if I were to simply stop writing hundreds of pages of my opinions each year.)  Resources used or useful to my current role are provided here purely as a convenience due to the high ranking my site receives on search engines compared to those owned by my employer.

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Comments and commentors:
The comments on this blog are the comments and opinions of the person putting the comment on the blog. While the author of this blog (me!) does need to approve these, I mostly filter for obvious spam. This whole page is an exercise in free speech so I really don't want to edit the opinions of people informed enough and bored enough to read and post here. These postings are not the official opinions of the organizations that these posters belong to.

Grammar
Wow...um...yeah.... About 90% of these blog posts are written while I'm waiting for my espresso or while I'm standing at my PC in my office sipping on it. Once it kicks in I've got a demanding day job and I'm probably rushing to write these post as I'm going out the door. I like to joke about my central West Virginian public school education, but I feel like I'm generally a solid writer. In my uncaffeinated state -- sentence fragments and misuse of commas, apostrophes, italics, and a bunch of other things will be even more prevalent. Sometimes I read back through and fix these errors.