057:24:46 Bean: Hello, Houston; Apollo 12.
057:24:50 Lind: Go ahead, 12.
057:24:56 Bean: How about asking the food experts down there, we had a can of tuna fish spread salad last night, and there's about a half a can left today, and that stuff's still good to eat, isn't it?
057:25:10 Lind: We'll check. I'll be right back with you.
057:25:15 Bean: Thank you. [Long pause.]
057:25:32 Lind: 12?
057:25:36 Bean: Go ahead.
057:25:37 Lind: The surgeon suggests you try a new one. New can. [Pause.]
057:25:52 Bean: Well, Dick has this one in his hot hand, and we just opened it last night. You sure that one isn't all right?
057:29:42 Lind: Apollo 12, Houston.
057:29:46 Bean: Go ahead.
057:29:48 Lind: We're still checking with some people down here whether there's, any problem over that tuna fish, but why don't you hold off eating it until we get a better answer for you?
057:29:56 Bean: Okay.
057:39:25 Lind: Apollo 12, Houston. [Long pause.]
057:40:12 Lind: Apollo 12, Houston.
057:40:18 Conrad: Go ahead.
057:40:20 Lind: You can't imagine what consternation your tuna fish question has raised down here. We have a wide diversity of opinion.
057:40:26 Conrad: I decided it was...
057:40:29 Lind: The...
057:40:30 Gordon: I decided it was okay.
057:40:32 Lind: Well, we have a vote that it's okay. The majority says throw it away; there's a minority report that says everybody can eat it except Dick Gordon.
057:40:41 Conrad: Okay. That's done.
057:40:43 Lind: Roger. They recommend that you probably throw it away.
057:40:50 Conrad: Okay.