Being A Geneticist
20 April 1996 - BEING A GENETICIST
I received an emergency call from a glue factory in Leeds last night.
It transpired that a stray dog had wandered in and was frightening the machine operators by barking loudly and whistling through its broken teeth.
The manager reasoned that the best way to control the animal was to genetically remove its barking gland. The hidden benefit was that this could be used to make a Pritt Stick.