A day in the life of three marine biologists. Really.

Dr. M at Deep Sea News was all “ZOMG! Ocean science is so much work and reading and computery stuff!” Whatev, Dr M. I don’t know about YOUR science cruises, but MINE are totally like this.* Manta net? Check. Niskin bottles? Check. T-Pain? Check.

*Editor’s Note: The Oyster’s Garter is aimed at a general adult audience and hovers around PG-13 for strong language and some sexual content. Certain awesome yet underage ocean bloggers & their moms should take care. This particular video happens to have strong language, but don’t count on me to remember to disclaim everything.

Martini-Corona, this video changed my life. Thank you, oh thank you.


5 Responses to A day in the life of three marine biologists. Really.

  1. jebyrnes says:

    Yeah, that’s pretty much every day. Damn. Although sometimes its hard to get the undergrads to understand you through the voice modulator.

  2. Hisly says:

    Where as a day in the life of a behavioral neuroscientist is more like this: http://www.theonion.com/content/news/son_of_a_bitch_mouse_solves_maze

  3. Dr. M says:

    I wrote the post like that so people wouldn’t know the truth. Hello! Job Security!

  4. Les Fyffe says:

    excellent post, very informative. I ponder why the opposite experts of this sector don’t realize this. You should proceed your writing. I am sure, you have a great readers’ base already!

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