Marian Moser Jones, Nicholas Griner, Matthew Bowen | GenomeWeb

Marian Moser Jones, by her own admission, has a wacky sense of humor. In fact, sometimes she wonders whether she might be an extraterrestrial lifeform trapped in a human’s body. But no, she’s actually just from the Midwest. At the office, we like to assure her that she’s certainly not the only bizarre character wandering the semi-cubicled space. This month’s Blunt End, p. 58, offers readers a small sampling of her sense of humor.

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