The Fly Trap (Possibly NSFW)

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Perhaps the difference is that I'm very English indeed, and you have an Irish accent (I'm guessing), maybe they just despise anyone with an English accent. I think the fact that our language > theirs kinda bugs them.

Polo isn't Irish. He's Canadian.
 
hahahaha.. I've gotten better the last few years. I've never been a germaphobe, but I finally just realized that being around 600 kids a day might be a festering spot for god knows what.



and since the baby arrived, yeah, even more.

Wait'll he starts day care. He'll come home with alien shit like foot-and-mouth disease.

Where the hell are the pictures goddammit???
 
Where abouts?
Rhode Island :fly:
yeah...today's agenda: keep busy as long as possible, then go home and curl up into a little ball
So color me surprised when I found Lagunitas IPA in the beerery this afternoon. :fly:

It's pretty good
hell yes it is.
What a sweeping statement you just made... but I can see your point.

MRSA is an icredibly simple, curable disease - I think what you mean is that our system of Primary Care ensures that most infections and problems are caught very early on and dealt with by a specialist.

That is not to say that we don't have as much money to throw at problems as the American health system, but I don't see any equipment they have that I don't, any research they have that I don't etc.

I don't feel that you can compare health systems. Ours has it's problems (waiting times in inner city areas for minor treatment/minor surgery etc.), but overall for a nationally funded health system it's A-OK. We could do with less manangement on huge salaries, however.

i just identified a rare strain of MRSA in the lab :cool:
MRSA is very treatable, it's just a matter of proper diagnosis, evaluation, and followup. lots of people seem to forget that health-care is kind of a two way street, that the patients actually need to speak up before something bad happens when its' too late to do anything about it, but part of that patient fear is definitely cost and possibly malpractice.
 
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