Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Countrygirl, Nov 29, 2017.
What a silly,silly woman.
An interesting comment here:
A few minutes after David posted the blog, and so it is not in the quote, he received a reply from the Legal Department of Bristol University.
He had just added this to be beginning of his blog:
Well i think we can award arsehole of the week trophy to Sue Paterson. Hope david gets copies of the "Private and confidential communications" and squshes the dickheads who are after him.
Love that! Short and sweet and right to the point
Sue Paterson says "it is my understanding that private and confidential communication has taken place at a senior level about your actions and behaviour towards staff involved with research into chronic fatigue syndrome and myalgic encephalomyelitis at the University of Bristol."
Could David Tuller possibly ask Ms P. who exactly gave her to understand such a thing?
This is so entertaining...yet another compensation of having ME.
Bloody 'ell...they are researching CFS ....AND ME!!!
I'd be encouraged if they even had the first clue about what any difference might imply.
Senior level...that would be £400k p.a. and above then....?
As an old mucker of mine used to say with a classic Oxford 'excent'...'good velew!'
Apologies to Countrygirl, wasn't meaning to denigrate Oxford graduates in any general sense ;-).
It does make one wonder which London market Crawley graduated from.
AKA 'secondary gains'
Haha, I wish!
If we are lucky they will be researching SEID next!! Fingers crossed buddy!
I was struck by the fact that Esther Crawley entitles her talk at Exeter as 'Latest research findings in Paediatric CFS and Adult Myalgic Encephalopathy'
I wonder if this is to be a new trend and what is behind it....................(never trust the blighters...........)
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