Spotted skunks spray different junk.
The two major thiols of the striped skunks, (E)-2-butene-1-thiol and 3-methyl-1-butanethiol are the major components in the secretion of the spotted skunks along with a third thiol, 2-phenylethanethiol.
Thioacetate derivatives of the three thiols are present in the spray of the striped skunks but not the spotted skunks. They are not as odoriferous as the thiols. Water hydrolysis converts them to the more potent thiols. This chemical conversion may be why pets that have been sprayed by skunks will have a faint "skunky" odor on damp evenings.
Youtube follows Twitter's lead and does something about QAnon. [Zuckerberg sweating intensifies]
Name a Cal player who is/was not "the right size" for his/her position, but is/was still a great player
Today in Covid
Elsewhere in college
Something with spots
OUR CRUMBLING DEMOCRACY
I just learned that "chiminea" is a real word.
A thought. Would folks be able to assemble on tightwad hill this season with social distancing and masks? I suspect the campus police will cordon off the area, but who knows. Also, someone has to fire off the canon when we score.
Is there a college team with a skunk as a mascot?
Is there a clever analogy here that I'm totally missing?