|The students used ten rolls of 200-foot-long tin foil.|
Gustavus Adolphus College science professor Scott Bur left for a week’s vacation this summer and, when he returned, he discovered his shiny new office. Real shiny. Really, really shiny.
None of his stuff was new, of course, but everything – literally everything – had been covered in shiny tin foil.
"It’s sort of become a tradition in my research group," said Bur, who’d only managed to unwrap his coffee pot and a few other essentials by Thursday morning. "When I go on vacation and come back, I always find something."
This time his students outdid themselves. When he opened the door he said, "Tin foil? Really? Holy —-!"
Source: The Mankato Free Press>>