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The history books record that in the nineteenth century Louis Pasteur formulated a “germ theory” of microbes as the causative agents of disease, and thus revolutionized medicine. His findings, along with his contemporary, John Snow (who linked cholera to infected water supply),...
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ME/CFS Given Official Recognition by Ontario Government!

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by shrewsbury, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. Sing

    Sing Senior Member

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    I love it, Dr. Yes and Gracenote. Thank you for playing with me! (no comments on that last sentence, please).

    Yes, for you Dr., one French chambermaid will be plenty. She can instruct you thoroughly.

    As for me, those fellows you pictured, certainly do seem French! But more Parisian, perhaps--intense, penetrating intellectuals and poetic types. I think Quebecois are, while still intellectual, slightly more oriented towards hockey and frites, as you pictured, Gracenote. One must join the mind set before one joins--

    I will be pursuing all French leads, in preparation for my forays North.

    Sing

    P. S. Canadian immigration gives points for bi-linguality in French
     
  2. Dreambirdie

    Dreambirdie work in progress

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    This is very cool... eh? :cool:
    So now I will need a new boyfriend, and maybe down the road I will even learning curling!

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  3. Sing

    Sing Senior Member

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    Great photo, Dreambirdie! I know I should know what curling is all about, as a would-be Canadian, but I don't like to think about winter sports.

    Sing
     

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