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16 x 9 on global tv

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by glenp, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. glenp

    glenp "and this too shall pass"

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    Today Sunday I just watched this show - 16 x 9 on global tv. I became interested when it looked like they were people like us. Geez waiting for them to explain, and nothing of cfs, fm, nor me, NOTHING and nothing of xmrv, I couldn't believe it, they just talked of unexplained illnesses. I posted a comment then came right here so you could all see it. There are two parts "sick for life"

    http://www.globalnational.com/search/Sick Life/2265585/story.html
     
  2. glenp

    glenp "and this too shall pass"

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    There were 2 parts to the sick for life show, the second part was to do with younger people. Maybe some of you with better communication skills will want to post a comment.
     
  3. starryeyes

    starryeyes Senior Member

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    I can't go back and see the Comments now, but when I first read them, I think the father or husband of someone who is chronically ill was thanking you for bringing up XMRV and CFS. Thanks for letting us know about this show. I didn't watch it yet though.
     
  4. leelaplay

    leelaplay member

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    hi glenp

    sounds intriguing, frustrating?????

    I tried the link and only got the title "Sick for Life" and a bad photo of a man in bed with a huge thermometer in his mouth. Tried searching for the video clip and couldn't find it.

    islandfinn:)
     
  5. 16 X 9 sounds like a 'widescreen' dissapointment, like me when I drop my towel...

    On a more positive note we're all looking forward to the Pacific Fatigue Labs recorded show thingamebob which will be a lot more motivating I'm sure.

    (Hopefully it'll come out before we're all cured and in the welfare unemployment queue!).
     

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