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Significances of Bioengineering & Biosciences

Reply to Your Editorial on Nobel Prize

Foghorn E Leghorn*

Professor, Watts-Updock Institute, USA

*Corresponding author: Foghorn E. Leghorn, PhD, Professor, Watts-Updock Institute, Alamagordo, New Mexico, USA, Tel: (571) 596-3700; Email:

Submission: April 06, 2018;Published: April 10, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/SBB.2018.01.000515

ISSN 2637-8078
Volume1 Issue3

Dear Editor

I read with interest and alarm the editorial suggesting a Nobel Prize for Dr. Tom Spears. I know Dr. Spears well, and I would like to voice my opposition. Spears is a nice boy, but the kid’s about as sharp as a bowling ball. He and I debated the phrazaloopic interpretation of strung theory at a conference last month, and he clearly does not have a scientifically valid position. I told him: “What’s it all about boy, elucidate!” And he could not. The kid’s about as sharp as a sack of wet mice. So he kept lecturing more and more, as busy as a centipede in a toe-counting contest, and I just wanted to spank him where the feathers are thinnest. He was not making any cogent points. He was doing a lot of chopping but no chips were flying, if you get my drift.

Then he had the audacity, I say the audacity, to criticize my work. I asked myself: Now who’s responsible for this unwarranted attack on my person! This boy’s making more noise than a couple of skeletons throwing a fit on a tin roof.

The debate ended with myself the clear winner, and Dr. Spears soggier than a wet tea bag. I respectfully suggest that no one nominate him for a Nobel Prize.

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