Who was at MSU 25 years ago?
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+12098) 11 years ago
Kelly J. Thibault of Miles City is serving on the senate of the Associated Students of Montana State University in Bozeman. He is the son of Donald L. and Virginia M. Thibault of Miles City. He is active in Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, Microbiology Club, intramurals and the Residence Hall Association at MSU.



I hate to tell you this, man, but you sound like you were a nerd.
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Posted by Bill Zook (+493) 11 years ago
And please tell me that if it is true he may be a "nerd," why is that bad?
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Posted by Kelly (+2762) 11 years ago
"Dyed In The Wool" Nerd.
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Posted by Bridgier (+9371) 11 years ago
Wow. Kelly's old.
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+12098) 11 years ago
I am a nerd. I married a nerd. We love "The Big Bang Theory." I was just pointing out that Kelly doesn't look quite so nerdish now.
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Posted by Kelly (+2762) 11 years ago
Still a nerd at heart!
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Posted by David Schott (+17670) 11 years ago
I can vouch that Kelly looked the part back in college.

Kelly, did you ever know microbiology students by the names of Karla Dugan and Lorna Morgan from your days at MSU?
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Posted by Kelly (+2762) 11 years ago
Karla sounds familiar, but I'm having trouble putting a face to the name. Lorna doesn't ring a bell.

As far as not looking so much like a nerd now, I will relate a short story.

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Helena on Friday and Saturday for a meeting. I went to Sleeping Giant Lanes Friday night to have a drink, cursing myself for forgetting my bowling gear in Miles City. While sitting at the bar, there was a mirror across from me. When I saw myself, my first thought was, "When did I turn into the creepy old guy?"

[This message has been edited by Kelly (7/22/2011)]
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6173) 11 years ago
You do not look creepy, Kelly. You look interestingly complex.
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Posted by David Schott (+17670) 11 years ago
Karla and Lorna were both older students (30's), undergrads in microbiology, and I think they both worked (for pay) in microbiology labs. Lorna worked in the "milk lab" which, if I recall correctly, was on S. 19th Street. I was just curious if you knew them as they were at MSU the same time as you. I admit, I remember very few of my fellow CompSci students from the time.

- Dave
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Posted by Maryann McDaniel (+257) 11 years ago
Oh, my. I just realized after reading about a bizarre murder of a band leader guy named Fuller from Houston in the Houston Press....I graduated 45 years ago from CCHS...
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Posted by Kelly (+2762) 11 years ago
I never made it over to the labs on S. 19th. Never heard them called "milk labs" but thought they were USDA, so the name would make sense. I did all of my undergraduate thesis work in Cooley Lab, connected to Lewis Hall.
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Posted by David Schott (+17670) 11 years ago
(Below) I assume Lorna worked in the "Milk & Egg Bureau". She referred to it as the "milk lab" and advised me to always buy the freshest milk I can find in the supermarket.

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The Montana Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory is the only accredited, full-service veterinary laboratory in Montana. The Division provides disease diagnostic support to veterinarians, livestock producers, companion animal owners, and the Department of Fish, Wildlife, & Parks as well as many other state and federal agencies. The Division provides laboratory support to the Department's Animal Health Division and Milk & Egg Bureau, and helps protect public health by testing dairy products and testing for zoonotic diseases.

Montana Department of Livestock - Montana Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
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Posted by zzzzzzzzz (+25) 11 years ago
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