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  • The NIH Keeps Up With The Times: 1, 2, 3. David Baltimore Has A Flashback: ***. The NY Times Keeps Up With Times: ***. The Faith of Anthony Fauci: ***. Anthony Fauci Explains How HIV Causes AIDS: ***. Robert Gallo on The Force of Ejaculation: ***, on HIV Theory: ***, Lectures in Marseilles: ***. David Ho Does The Math: ***. John Mellors Sets the Record Straight: ***. Bono, el Magnifico, Holds (Another) Press Conference: ***. Anthony Fauci Explains Journalism in the Age of AIDS: ***. Anthony Fauci and David Ho Disprove an Old Adage: ***. Anthony Fauci Explains ICL and AIDS: *** The CDC Can't Keep Up With The Times:*** The Method of the "Small Inquisitor" Moore:*** The Co-Discovery of a Nobel-Worthy Enzymatic Activity:*** The Revenge of the "Very" Minor Moriarty:*** Julie Gerberding and Anthony Fauci Learn Arithmetic:*** Osama Obama Has a Message for Africa:***

Bad Manners and Good Gossip

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June 20, 2006


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Too bad he is not from the PRC. By now he would have been popped in the head and his kidneys and liver would be working in someone else.

Lawstud out!



Instead of stem cells, we should harvest his organs -- except for his brain!



I am curious if you can provide a summary of the Carlton Geidischeck (sp?) affair with refss?

My limited understand is that he received a Nobel for "inventing the kuru virus", and then spent 25 years importing island boys as sex toys until he was found out and convicted as a sex offender of the worst sort, and yet somehow he is still free and receiving kudos for the transformation of "kuru" into prions?

Do I have any of this right?



George -- you got it ALL right!

See above


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