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Pam Adger
Works at Scientist, Project Manager, Posts Humor, Science and miscellaneous crap.
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Project Manager (Technology transfer at a biotech company)
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  • Scientist, Project Manager, Posts Humor, Science and miscellaneous crap.
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  • Major Biotech company
    Manufacturing Scientist, 2001 - 2008
  • Major Biotech Company
    Project Manager II, 2008 - 2014
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I am a Project Manager at a major biotech company.
I used to manage the antibody commercialization process for a major biotech company but now I manage data. I am a data governance manager. I ensure the data kept on over 18,000 skus is correct and in line with the needs of our ERP system, Quality and Manufacturing organizations and of course our customers. 
Here is a link to explain what an antibody is:
http://www.news-medical.net/health/Antibody-What-is-an-Antibody.aspx 


 I would have loved to be a commentator (fancy name for pot stirrer) but never mastered the art of political correctness. I am married and the mother of two adult women.

To all of my followers…..MODERATION POLICY:  I moderate my posts for spam, trolls, bullies and people pages with BUSINESS names. I don't tolerate personal attacks on my posts. Your comments will be deleted without explanation and at my discretion. I have an age limit. If you are under the age of 20 I recommend you uncircle me. If you are under 18 and I find out I will block you. I am irreverent, opinionated and if you get your feelings hurt or take things personally, it might be a good idea to uncircle me. If you post content that I disagree with, I will comment freely about my disagreement. I will never attack you personally unless you go there first. If you ask my opinion, ask me a question, or in any way engage with me, expect honesty. I do not sugar coat, play the pc game, or spin things to make you feel better. I will listen, empathize, and offer advice, but don’t expect the nicey nice stuff from me. I am straightforward and often sarcastic. I don’t tolerate hate, violence or racism. I have strong opinions on politics which will piss you off and I check my facts and yours before I comment. Above all do not try to sell me anything especially your religion. I am not interested. I will not buy anything from you. I will not go to your church, synagogue, temple, or whatever your place of worship is. I will not criticize your right to believe; don’t criticize my right to not believe. If you are good with all this then I hope you stick around, if not then feel free to remove me from your circles.



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  • Snarky, Raunchy, Irreverent
  • MiraCosta College
    Biotechnology, 1996 - 1998
  • University of Phoenix
    Business Management, 2006 - 2008
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I have been given feedback after feedback over 3 years and the overwhelming concensus is...we'd much rather hear about your breakfast than your politics. 
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You eat breakfast?
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I told hubby that I was checking out hotels along the route for our Pacific road trip and he laughed. I said why are you laughing? He said...it's 3 months away. Oh, I guess I am already getting excited. 
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+Tom Nathe​ I am sure that I can find something on the menu of any place. Why don't you look for a place you want to eat at and we'll just join you. 
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About 6 months ago I had the brilliant idea to buy the 60 pack of Terry towels from harbor freight. Now I have a shit load of towels that have been used for everything from car repair to cleaning up cat barf and no place to put them. Time to clean out all the twin sheet sets from the linen closet.
Fuck! 
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I also use the small ones that cost $2.00 each to organize tons of small things in the radio shack and in my tool room as well. Label maker makes finding stuff a breeze.
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You see someone walking towards a cliff, oblivious to the danger...do you stop them?
You see someone trusting someone, secure in their friendship and you know for a fact that the friend is not trustworthy and is in fact manipulating the situation for a not so pleasant agenda...do you speak up?
I find it interesting that the acceptable answer to the first is often different than the acceptable answer to the second. 
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Very interesting topic.I would say Yes to both; however , the 2nd one varies on the type of rapport ones built with the other.
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Let me add a bit of opinion to this...the myth that giant corporations are fueling the outrageous salaries of CEOs and the 1% ers is just that a myth. Venture capital fueled tech start-ups did this back in the late 80's and 90's...remember the dot com bubble? Sure there are Wall Street billionaires...but tech startups are fueling a whole new level of ridiculous. Of course I find the whole thing ironic because some of the biggest bleeding hearts on G+ happen to be those living in the lap of luxury (relatively speaking). 

If you can afford to send your kids to private schools and position them to have an advantage over others, then you probably shouldn't be posting about the big bad corporate take over of America...just sayin. 

Via +Ward Plunet 
 
You Need To Be A Billion Just To Make A Million

I always love peering into the world of executive recruiting. As a grad student and as a writer, the thought that there are people out there chasing other people to get them to work at massive wages always seemed to me like a bounty hunter scene out of a strange science fiction movie. Sometimes the wages offered are as much as $1 million; sometimes, that’s not enough.
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Oh and +Vincent Messina I read it before I shared it. 
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So, we decided on a road trip from So Cal up to Oregon and Washington with copious stops along the way. 
Should be a great adventure. Now to decide the best month weather wise. 
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We did a similar trip for our honeymoon. I'd recommend Hearst Castle, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Winchester House as possible stops along the way.
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I did a watercolor filter using pics art for these roses. 
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Nice filter, I like the effect on the roses.
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Hahahaha!
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Felt this way many times, lol.
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I'll leave you with this....

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Baaaaaaad joke
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Year around fire seasons have been the norm for 3 years here in the southern part of the state. In the north, there should be snow. There isn't. Instead, there are fires. So do we close down the wilderness areas? You know people won't heed the "no campfires" signs. Someone will smoke a cigarette or light a fire. People don't really think they could be the cause of a devastating wildfire...but every year someone leaves a campfire unattended or doesn't properly extinguish it and...boom...a wildfire.  

Via +Gaythia Weis 
 
"As California enters its fourth year of drought, communities across the West are confronting a new reality -- a year-round fire season."

http://www.mercurynews.com/bay-area-news/ci_27987835/california-drought-eastern-sierra-community-lives-devastating-reality
The fire came up quickly here in the eastern Sierra Nevada, destroying 35 homes and taking the mountainside community of Swall Meadows by surprise. Who would expect a roiling wildfire — throwing fireballs and whipping up flame whirls through 7,000 acres of sagebrush, pinon and Jeffrey pine — in the dead of winter?
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Closing the wilderness areas would probably be the best idea but some people don't care and will go anyway. Here in the north, thunder storms seem create just as many fires.

I still haven't gotten used to the concept of fire season. When I lived in Sacramento it just wasn't a topic of conversation. Now living in Oroville everyone talks about it.
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You toss your salad and he'll toss the dog's.

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A blossom at our friends' house. I am playing with the other pictures of the other flowers and will probably post some. 
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Good capture.
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