My OCD-tendencies started to get the best of me every time I opened the lab freezer. So, today, you can call me Indy, as tackling this job entails some strategic archaeological prowess. With my trusty screwdriver and a hammer, I spend the last hour excavating old projects out of the glaciers that have formed on the shelves of our lab freezer (right). Whilst chiseling away, I found a corroded box completely encased in ice that had tubes inside labeled 'Seabury' (a past PhD student of Dr. Derr's -- estimated date of last use: 2004). I filled 4 bins with tubes, vials and boxes I pulled out of the permafrost, none of which are currently being used. So, the next step is to figure out what to archive and what to toss and once this thing is completely thawed out there are going to be some new freezer rules to prevent this madness from happening again.