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> Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 18th
> Edition
> Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 1 8th
> Edition
> Dan Longo, Anthony Fauci, Dennis Kasper, Stephen Hauser, J. Jameson,
> Joseph Loscalzo - Harrison's Principles of Internal
> Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 1 8th Edition
> M c _.Gr _.w-H _.ll Pr .of _nal | ISBN: 007 1 7 4889X | 201 1 -07 -21
> | CHM | 401 2 pages | 1 7 9 Mb
> Ex tensiv ely rev ised and ex panded by the world's leading phy
> sicians, Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 1 8e continues to
> set the standard as the pinnacle of current medical knowledge and
> practice, offering the definitiv e rev iew of disease mechanisms
> and management.
> CURRENT
> All chapters hav e been completely updated to reflect the latest
> knowledge and ev idence, and important new chapters hav e been
> added, including: "Sy stems Biology in Health and Disease," "The Human
> Microbiome," "The Biology of Aging," and "Neuropsy chiatric
> Illnesses in War Veterans."
> CONNECTED
> Harrison's cov ers more global aspects of medicine than any other tex
> tbook, and features such chapters as "Global Issues in
> Medicine," by Jim Y ong Kim, Paul Farmer, and Joseph Rhatigan, and new
> to the 1 8th edition, "Primary Care in Low and Middle
> Income Countries."
> COMPREHENSIVE
> No other resource deliv ers cov erage of disease mechanisms and
> management like Harrison's, including world-renowned chapters
> on HIV/AIDS, STEMI and non-STEMI my orcardial infarction, cancer
> biology , multiple sclerosis, and diabetes.
> CHM
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> Date: Sat, 3 Sep 2011 06:15:09 -0700
> Subject: Medarticles surprise gift
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>
> Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 18th
> Edition
> Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 1 8th
> Edition
> Dan Longo, Anthony Fauci, Dennis Kasper, Stephen Hauser, J. Jameson,
> Joseph Loscalzo - Harrison's Principles of Internal
> Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 1 8th Edition
> M c _.Gr _.w-H _.ll Pr .of _nal | ISBN: 007 1 7 4889X | 201 1 -07 -21
> | CHM | 401 2 pages | 1 7 9 Mb
> Ex tensiv ely rev ised and ex panded by the world's leading phy
> sicians, Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 1 8e continues to
> set the standard as the pinnacle of current medical knowledge and
> practice, offering the definitiv e rev iew of disease mechanisms
> and management.
> CURRENT
> All chapters hav e been completely updated to reflect the latest
> knowledge and ev idence, and important new chapters hav e been
> added, including: "Sy stems Biology in Health and Disease," "The Human
> Microbiome," "The Biology of Aging," and "Neuropsy chiatric
> Illnesses in War Veterans."
> CONNECTED
> Harrison's cov ers more global aspects of medicine than any other tex
> tbook, and features such chapters as "Global Issues in
> Medicine," by Jim Y ong Kim, Paul Farmer, and Joseph Rhatigan, and new
> to the 1 8th edition, "Primary Care in Low and Middle
> Income Countries."
> COMPREHENSIVE
> No other resource deliv ers cov erage of disease mechanisms and
> management like Harrison's, including world-renowned chapters
> on HIV/AIDS, STEMI and non-STEMI my orcardial infarction, cancer
> biology , multiple sclerosis, and diabetes.
> CHM
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> Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 18th
> Edition
> Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 1 8th
> Edition
> Dan Longo, Anthony Fauci, Dennis Kasper, Stephen Hauser, J. Jameson,
> Joseph Loscalzo - Harrison's Principles of Internal
> Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 1 8th Edition
> M c _.Gr _.w-H _.ll Pr .of _nal | ISBN: 007 1 7 4889X | 201 1 -07 -21
> | CHM | 401 2 pages | 1 7 9 Mb
> Ex tensiv ely rev ised and ex panded by the world's leading phy
> sicians, Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 1 8e continues to
> set the standard as the pinnacle of current medical knowledge and
> practice, offering the definitiv e rev iew of disease mechanisms
> and management.
> CURRENT
> All chapters hav e been completely updated to reflect the latest
> knowledge and ev idence, and important new chapters hav e been
> added, including: "Sy stems Biology in Health and Disease," "The Human
> Microbiome," "The Biology of Aging," and "Neuropsy chiatric
> Illnesses in War Veterans."
> CONNECTED
> Harrison's cov ers more global aspects of medicine than any other tex
> tbook, and features such chapters as "Global Issues in
> Medicine," by Jim Y ong Kim, Paul Farmer, and Joseph Rhatigan, and new
> to the 1 8th edition, "Primary Care in Low and Middle
> Income Countries."
> COMPREHENSIVE
> No other resource deliv ers cov erage of disease mechanisms and
> management like Harrison's, including world-renowned chapters
> on HIV/AIDS, STEMI and non-STEMI my orcardial infarction, cancer
> biology , multiple sclerosis, and diabetes.
> CHMhttp://ifile.it/dw1csmn
> PDFhttp://www.multiupload.com/6P5VCO2Q78
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Near the end of medical school, I injured my knee running a marathon. What began as classic "runner's knee" during training worsened when I ran the race anyway. A month later, I still couldn't run comfortably but assumed that with ibuprofen and round-the-clock icing, I'd be back to my old routine in no time.
Then one day, I felt an odd, round mass protruding from the most tender area. Was it a tear? An infection? A tumor? I tried to push it back in, but it wouldn't budge. The pain increased slightly. As any runner will tell you, you can live with the pain, but you can't live without running. The only logical solution seemed to be an MRI and a referral to an orthopedist. My time had come: I made an appointment with my primary care physician, Dr. B.
But Dr. B. eyed my lump and shook his head. "It's just a simple tendon cyst, a ganglion," he told me. "You're still running, aren't you, Lisa?"
"No," I lied. Sometimes I tested it for a few blocks — maybe if I warmed it up, everything would slide back into place.
"You don't need an MRI; you just need to rest," he said.
"Rest?" I said.
"Ever heard of it?" he asked. "Why don't you try swimming?"
Telling a runner with an injured knee to swim is like telling an orthopedist with an injured hand to become a psychiatrist. He needed redirection. "I want to see an orthopedist."
He glared.
The "what if" card seemed a cheap shot, but I saw no other option. "Feel this mass," I pleaded. "What if I have cancer? Or lupus?"
"Lisa," he scolded, "are you going to spend your professional life getting head CTs on every woman who comes into the hospital with a headache?" Dr. B. was prescient: for the next 3 years I would indeed order CT scans or MRIs on every aching head, belly, and toe that made its way into our ER. But at that moment, the fact that I was demanding unnecessary care, care that could ultimately cause me more harm than good, simply did not occur to me.
"So that's it?" I accused. "You're just going to do nothing?"
My grandfather, who began medical school in 1925, avoided visiting doctors. But when he was 70, he got a cold that lingered. My grandmother dragged him to the doctor, but when they got home, my grandfather promptly threw the prescribed antibiotics in the trash. "Sometimes doctors give you medicine when they don't know what else to do," he explained.
But eventually he became so hoarse he could not speak. After 6 months, three doctors, thousands of cough drops, and the verdict from his primary doctor that his illness was all "psychological," he was diagnosed with laryngeal cancer. Having been a practicing rheumatologist for decades, he didn't find it easy to be a patient.
But when he returned to practice, he suddenly found being a doctor much harder. Modern medicine, he admitted, had saved his life. But in the process of achieving modern medicine's triumphs, something fundamental had been lost. When he entered medicine, it was a profession dedicated to aiding mankind; the doctor may have been an autocrat, but the patient was his master. That sentiment pervaded the therapeutic relationship. Now there were new masters: third-party payers, malpractice insurers, and hospital conglomerates. The fun of medical practice had disappeared.
So instead, he wrote a book, A Taste of My Own Medicine, published in 1988 and made into a movie, "The Doctor," in 1991. On the lecture tour that followed, he asked his audiences, "Why, when we can do more for our patients than ever before, are patients increasingly unhappy with their care?" He would raise his hands. "I have many questions for you," he would say, "But I can't pretend to have any of the answers."
Fifteen years later, when I was accepted to medical school, my grandfather decided to seek answers. He began writing "our book" — a "then and now" dialogue meant to demonstrate that though the culture of medicine had changed, human nature in the face of illness had not.
He began sending me letters with stories gleaned from his 50 years of practice, to which I was supposed to respond. That my essential half was entirely missing did not once deter him. In fact, his obsession with "our book" only grew. By the time I was a resident he was plotting our reality TV series — "as advance press for the book" — and left messages with the producer of "The Doctor" to discuss his plan. The physicians in the family murmured that delusions were a part of his advancing Parkinson's disease. His medications were gently increased.
When I faced Dr. B. for round two, I informed him of the expert opinion of my distant cousin, an orthopedist, whom I had seen while visiting home. "He says I need an MRI," I told Dr. B. "I might have a torn meniscus or something."
"Why would you need an MRI, Lisa, when you've got your family?"
"I can barely stand," I protested.
"Sounds like you're in a lot of pain," Dr. B. empathized.
Three weeks later, I got an MRI. I then spent a week trying to get the results from Dr. B. but was told he was "out sick." Then, one day, he called.
"Good news," he announced. "You don't have a torn meniscus."
"That's great," I said.
"You do, however, have a muscle tear, a hematoma, a joint effusion, and lateral patellar bony edema consistent with either trauma or infection."
I had pushed my knee to the point where, on imaging, it looked like someone had repeatedly whacked me with a club. This was not good.
Dr. B. had already called an orthopedist, who had reviewed the images and wanted to see me immediately. "You have something called `lateral compression syndrome,'" Dr. B. told me.
"That sounds a lot like `compartment syndrome,' doesn't it?" I asked. We both knew that people with compartment syndrome could lose limbs.
"It does," said Dr. B. This was a turning point for me and Dr. B.; we had never agreed on anything before. He sounded scared.
"I suspect the orthopedist will recommend surgery," Dr. B. said, "though it doesn't sound like surgery works." With my internship fast approaching, surgery seemed the worst-case scenario. Sure, I wanted to run again, but more than anything, I wanted to be a doctor.
"But Dr. B.," I said, "don't you think I just need to rest?"
Of course, in the end it turned out that Dr. B. had been right all along; rest was all I ever needed. But alarmed by the results of a test he had not wanted but now could not ignore, Dr. B. hung up the phone. What could he possibly say?
My grandfather lived with Parkinson's disease for 20 years before it crippled him. By then he was in his 90s, living in assisted care where residents frequently fell ill: pneumonias, heart failure, delirium. And despite a profound motor impairment, my grandfather lived his life doing what he loved: each morning, he got up and made rounds.
He did it the old-school way, walking room to room. I caught him a few times, glimpsed the back of his blue cardigan as he shuffled dangerously back to his apartment. His legs had the compliance of ski poles. With motion, he was swept into the inertia that typifies Parkinson's disease. There was no stopping him.
I only heard about the falls severe enough to hospitalize him. After one such episode, when he had been found on his back in the rain, I called. He explained that he was trying to catch the van service to visit a friend hospitalized with a bowel obstruction. There was a rise in the pavement (also known as a curb) that had suddenly gotten in his way. After announcing his idea for redesigning walkers to adjust for curbs he got down to business.
"When are you coming home? We've got work to do."
I wasn't about to let him off that easy: "You're still making rounds, aren't you, Papa?"
"Not really," he lied.
"Papa," I said, "promise to be careful."
"Sure, dear," he said. Then, "Say, you think we got a bestseller?"
In a recent study, the behavioral economist Daniel Ariely and his colleagues gave two groups of volunteers an identical placebo pill.1 One group was told that the analgesic cost $2.50, the other that it cost 10 cents. When the patients experienced pain, those who thought they were taking a more expensive pill reported significantly greater relief than those taking the cheaper one.
One could look at such findings and despair: if left to our own devices, will we always seek the most expensive care, regardless of efficacy? But what if we flip these findings around? Rather than assume we are forever dependent upon expensive care to feel good, why not see these findings as an illustration of our control over what we deem valuable? Those pills were assigned prices by people; the amounts assigned were completely arbitrary. What a culture values may be constantly in flux, but it is still up to us to determine. We may choose to value an MRI more than the wisdom and experience of our physicians, but that does not mean that an MRI is inherently more beneficial to our health.
My grandfather practiced without an MRI machine. He lacked the advanced biologics that have revolutionized the treatment of rheumatologic disease. He did not have a computer with an EMR or a drop-down menu with every test you can imagine just a click away. And when his body was no longer his own but he was still making rounds, I have no idea what exactly he offered, but I am certain it is something we have lost.
When my grandfather practiced, the physician, in the cultural imagination, was paternalistic, even stern. But this image was accompanied by an implicit trust in physicians' dedication to patients' well-being. In the absence of all the tools that now forge the bond between patient and physician, words mattered far more. So did touch. A pat on the back and some simple reassurance could satisfy expectations, even make people feel better.
Can we reconsider what it means to "do nothing"? The value of this concept remains ours to determine.
At the end of A Taste of My Own Medicine my grandfather writes about attending the funeral of Betty, a patient he had cared for over 30 years. "I feel very depressed," he writes. "I've been at this for so long, yet every time it happens there is the same depression and the same guilt. I am supposed to prevent death. The truth is that I always fail."
At Betty's funeral, he goes through his ritual. He greets the family. He hugs them. They shed a few tears together, and he is given an honored place in the funeral ceremonies. But at the end of Betty's service, it occurs to him that for so many of his years in practice he had been living under an illusion.
"Patients don't expect me to perform miracles," he concludes. "They leave that up to the priest. All they ask of me is that I do my best and offer them sympathy when I fail. If I had realized this before, I would have gone to many more funerals."
At my grandfather's funeral, days before I finished residency, I couldn't believe how many of his patients or their children made the effort to attend. I did not plan to speak. But when everyone else concluded, I found myself walking to the pulpit. I had his book in my hand, and perhaps I read from it, but I can't remember which parts.
What I do remember is being stunned by the sense that I could never adequately convey the way my grandfather had touched people's lives. I was overcome by a feeling of failure. There I stood, with the captive audience he so enjoyed, blowing my chance to fulfill his dream for us. If I could just explain that he wasn't finished, that he was on his way to making medicine right again, that everything would be OK. But I just couldn't. So I looked at the faces of the hundreds who had come to celebrate his life. And I could see: they already knew. So I just stood there. And I said nothing. And that was enough.

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rec.sport.tennis - 100 new messages in 25 topics - abridged

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Today's most active topics:

* Davy vs Nole, match thread.... - 16 new
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/8b2575ad81bc08cd?hl=en
* Gotta disagree Sakari - 13 new
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/a582baaf5db10b96?hl=en
* Umpire just gifted Federer the 3rd set - 10 new
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* Question for Gio: not about Roger - 10 new
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/0f17d423016ae6e1?hl=en
* Was evolution peak in 80's? - 7 new
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Umpire just gifted Federer the 3rd set - 10 new
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3.9.2011 23:58, Giovanna kirjoitti: ...Justin Timberlake, that's below the
belt! [link] - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:13 pm
10 messages , 5 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/253e80fe57c5c80e?hl=en


Why hasn't WADA caught Djokovic of blood doping? - 2 new
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On Sat, 3 Sep 2011 04:37:00 -0700 (PDT), Court_1 ...now take that a step
further and look at era 03-07 and guys just below fed. historically, weakest
there ever was IMO. bob - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:13 pm
2 messages , 2 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/9ac9e6ad46f16301?hl=en


Was evolution peak in 80's? - 7 new
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On Sat, 03 Sep 2011 20:03:40 +0300, Sakari Lund ...in fact flojo died long ago,
one of the ones mentioned in OP. bob - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:18 pm
7 messages , 6 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/f704bd1ba69bf0f7?hl=en


Pat Cash "Slow courts are ruining the game"... - 2 new
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4.9.2011 0:10, bob kirjoitti: ...Hey I saw Mac volley Rafa at doubles exo... -
Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:19 pm
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Gotta disagree Sakari - 13 new
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On Sat, 3 Sep 2011 07:32:25 -0700 (PDT), Court_1 ...nope. if you prefer "curvy
" like some RSTers apparently do, and i wont' mention names, you'll be
disappointed. but if you like a pretty face and slim/lean/athletic body, she's
the 1. bob - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:22 pm
13 messages , 5 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/a582baaf5db10b96?hl=en


Wawrinka loses a set to Donald Young?!?!? - 1 new
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On Sat, 3 Sep 2011 13:05:53 -0700 (PDT), Julia Assange ...? huh? bob - Sat,
Sep 3 2011 2:27 pm
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Pre-match on Ashe.... - 1 new
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[link] Like the tee :) - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:32 pm
1 message, 1 author
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... BUT FED WINS THE MATCH! - 3 new
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...=========== I believe it's spelled Cilic - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:34 pm
3 messages , 3 authors
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Woops! Gotta Change Channels -- GORILLA's Match Comin' Up! - 2 new
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Looks like the tranny ape is gonna beat the Ruskie Azarenka, but Aza has given
Queen Kong a battle. - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:45 pm
2 messages , 2 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/86e1a34c9c268062?hl=en


YEEEEEEEEEEES CONGRATS ROGER - 5 new
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...we are looking forward to it...not scared, not wanting to play lesser
opponent like your boy ;) - Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:46 pm
5 messages , 4 authors
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Cilic killed Tomic - 1 new
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... You're welcome! Kudos to Tomic who later said after the match that he was
fine, no injuries or illness. He said he was just outplayed. - Sat, Sep 3 2011
3:33 pm
1 message, 1 author
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Most airbrushed photo in world - for Sakari - 6 new
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In article <30t8q.73569$mX5.64...@uutiset .elisa.fi>, ...I feel the same way
about Whisper's posts since I don't have a degree in child psychology. - Sat,
Sep 3 2011 3:34 pm
6 messages , 3 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/d243116a7bf6bcad?hl=en


Goerges/Petkovic - 1 new
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Goerges/Petkovic make a great looking doubles couple! Certainly the happiest. -
Sat, Sep 3 2011 4:03 pm
1 message, 1 author
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Schiavone has the smarts... - 1 new
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...Schiavone is brilliant, long as they ban her coach from her matches! - Sat,
Sep 3 2011 4:31 pm
1 message, 1 author
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MURRAAAYYYY!! - 1 new
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...duh, he just 'won'. and have you seen his girlfriend? - Sat, Sep 3 2011 4:
36 pm
1 message, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/b31135e41b18e2d0?hl=en


Mahut quits!! :-O - 2 new
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...no food for your family this weekend then :) - Sat, Sep 3 2011 4:38 pm
2 messages , 1 author
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Sloane Stephens has no father - 1 new
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She is a clone of her lovely mother. - Sat, Sep 3 2011 5:39 pm
1 message, 1 author
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Question for Gio: not about Roger - 10 new
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Gio, your opinion please. That she-man, Berdych, retired today against Tipsy.
At the change-over, they showed Berdych being treated by the trainer and
Berdych not only shaves his chest, but his underarms as well. SICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!! I was repulsed by Agassi once he started shaving his chest, but at -
Sat, Sep 3 2011 6:00 pm
10 messages , 5 authors
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Fed struggling with his back... - 4 new
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The point is this: in peak Fed years, he would not have lost a set to Cilic in
a million years. My point resonates: he goes away mentally in almost all
matches now, when this was not the case 4-9 years ago. Sure, he won the Cilic
match but he should have won it in straights without dropping more than 10
games total. - Sat, Sep 3 2011 6:05 pm
4 messages , 3 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/58ed2f8e01c78a25?hl=en


Rafa: My Story by Rafael Nadal with John Carlin - review - 5 new
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William Skidelsky The Observer, Sunday 4 September 2011 In 2005, when he was
19, Rafael Nadal won the French Open - his first grand slam title. By any
measure, it was an impressive achievement. Winning a grand slam is hugely
difficult, whatever a player's age (just ask Andy Murray). So one might have
thought that Nadal's coach, Uncle Toni, would - Sat, Sep 3 2011 6:34 pm
5 messages , 5 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/e07e935df461acd8?hl=en


US Open Women's 3R Rankings - 1 new
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Winning the next round is worth an additional 220 points above and beyong the
totals the players have here, so either Niculescu or Kerber is going to move
up quite a bit. Zvonareva gets back to #2 if she reaches the semifinal; if she
wins the next round but doesn't win the tournament there's a good chance we
could have a Top 4 none of whom has - Sat, Sep 3 2011 6:34 pm
1 message, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/a7a02abc853be4e4?hl=en


Davy vs Nole, match thread.... - 16 new
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....shapings of a good one here. Think I noticed the head of the International
Gambling Commission courtside! :) - Sat, Sep 3 2011 6:52 pm
16 messages , 6 authors
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/8b2575ad81bc08cd?hl=en


Murray won a 34 second game against Haase yesterday with 4 aces: - - 1 new
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...If Murray could do that when the pressure's on it'd be very impressive.
Unfortunately, he has a hitch at the top of his swing quite similar to the one
David Wheaton had, and it bites him in the ass when it matters most. - Sat,
Sep 3 2011 8:34 pm
1 message, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/be58d015bfb6ef1b?hl=en


SHRIEK! - 1 new
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Way to go Panetta. If The Shriek wants the crowd behind her, she needs to stop
being obnoxious or at least show more skin. - Sat, Sep 3 2011 9:09 pm
1 message, 1 author
http://groups.google.com/group/rec.sport.tennis/t/d493dca17dd3f371?hl=en


Nadal-Nalbandian - 3 new
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I haven't been able to see either yet but I'm looking forward to the match.
Any thoughts on Nalby's chances? - Sat, Sep 3 2011 9:50 pm
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September 4, 2011 By Harsh Roongta

Are diabetic, cardiac, kidney, and neurological problems covered in a
health policy?

Any kind of hospitalisation, typically for more than 24 hours, is
covered under health insurance policies and even certain day care
procedures like angiographies, cataract operation are also covered. So
physically, hospitalisation expenses incurred on account of any
illness, disease, injury will be covered except for some temporary or
permanent exclusions.

The example of permanent exclusions is hospitalisation expenses
incurred are suicide, self-inflicted injury or illness, mental
disorder, anxiety, stress or depression, use of alcohol or drugs,
expenses incurred for the treatment of diseases such as HIV or AIDS.
It also excludes the money spent on the cost of spectacles, contact
lenses and hearing aids.

The biggest example of temporary exclusions is for hospitalisation
expenses incurred on pre-existing disease, which is typically covered
after 3-4 years. As long as the diabetes, cardic, kidney disease are
not pre-existing, the hospitalisation expenses on disease due to these
is covered. Certain neurological diseases may be in the list of
permanent exclusions in certain specific policies.

I am unable to work due to disability. Will I get health insurance
cover?
It depends on the disability. We suggest that you should buy a health
insurance policy. Suppose you are disabled due to poor eyesight, you
may not be able to work but you may fall ill and need hospitalisation.
Insurance company will put eye disease or ailment as pre-existing
disease and any hospitalisation expenses arise from that may not be
payable, but there can be hundreds of other ailment and accidental
happenings, which get covered.

I would like to know if home loan interest rates will rise in the
future or if they have stabilised.
It is very difficult to predict interest rates movements. It is,
however, well recognised that interest rates move in cycles, with
highs and lows. The factors affecting interest rates are numerous such
as inflation, money supply, foreign exchange flows, etc. Currently,
there is a market consensus that interest rates are very close to
their peak.

If the property for which I have taken a home loan goes under some
kind of legal dispute or the builder stops construction, what will
happen to the loan? Will I need to keep paying the EMI? How will the
property insurance help in such cases?
In cases where the property on which loan has been taken goes under
dispute, the borrower is still obliged to keep on paying the EMI.
Giving of loan by a bank on specific property does not carry any
warranty of waiver or moratorium of payment of EMI.

Property insurance does not cover risks on matters pertaining to delay
due to builder's fault or legal dispute. You are still liable to pay
the home loan EMIs to your bank to avoid being a defaulter. Basically,
it is the buyer (i.e. you) who is responsible for checking on the
property title or the possibilities of a delay in construction and the
risks incidental thereto. Title insurance is still not available in
India.

I have taken a home loan from SBI under the MaxGain account plan. In
the same account, I can deposit any surplus money other than the EMI
being paid by me every month. The surplus can be withdrawn if needed
otherwise the surplus will save me the equivalent interest that the
bank keeps charging regularly. I want to prepay some portion but the
bank manager said that depositing in MaxGain account is the same as
prepayment. The whole thing is getting pretty confusing. Please,
suggest what can I do?
The manager is right. Putting money in the linked account is as good
as prepayment. Additionally it gives you the flexibility to take back
the prepayment if you so desire.

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Indulekha Aravind / New Delhi September 03, 2011,

HIV/AIDS has not taken as savage a bite out of India's population as
was predicted a few years ago. Indulekha Aravind on what is being done
and whether the news is all good

By 2010, India will have 20-25 million people living with HIV/AIDS and
will have overtaken South Africa as the country with the most HIV
patients. At least, that's what the US's Central Intelligence Agency
predicted in a 2002 report.

That report had the backing of Microsoft founder Bill Gates who
pledged $100 million to fight AIDS when he visited India later the
same year — his philanthropic foundation's single biggest donation
until then.
But here we are in 2011, and the number of adults in India with HIV/
AIDS is estimated at 2.39 million, or 0.31 per cent of the adult
population (age 15-49)*. Instead of rising, the number of new cases
between 2000 and 2009 has fallen by 50 per cent. On his visit to India
this year Gates said there would be no more funds from the Bill and
Melinda Gates Foundation for HIV/AIDS. Its effort would focus instead
on healthcare in Bihar.

What happened between then and now? Is the dip in numbers owed to
concerted efforts to vanquish the disease? Or was the threat
exaggerated? And are we really in the clear now?

First, the numbers. Ever since the first case of HIV/AIDS was reported
in India in 1986, this has been a contentious area. International
agencies accused India of under-reporting cases, while the agencies
were thought to be exaggerating the threat to promote their own
interests.

The agency officially tasked with tracking the spread of the human
immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the government's National AIDS Control
Organisation, or NACO. But that has not stopped other estimates from
popping up. Take the CIA report. To a question in Parliament, the then
minister of state for health Panabaka Lakshmi said that no Indian
organisation or scientist, to her knowledge, had been involved in the
study on which the report was based!

A clearer picture started to emerge in 2007 when NACO announced a
dramatic dip in the number of those estimated to be living with HIV/
AIDS from 5.2 million a year earlier to 2.5 million. Until then, NACO
had arrived at its estimates by testing blood samples every year from
designated "sentinel sites" such as antenatal clinics and clinics
treating sexually transmitted infections and extrapolating this data
to the general population. This method has limitations — for example,
women attending antenatal clinics do not represent the female
population in general since they would mostly be younger and would be
having unprotected sex (so prevalence would be slightly higher) but
the method was accepted for lack of a better alternative. To balance
this, in 2006, 112,000 blood samples from the general population
(outside the sentinel sites) were also tested for the first time, as
part of the National Family Health Survey. This has given a more
accurate picture. Since 2007, international agencies like WHO and
UNAIDS havealso started taking NACO's estimates into account, reducing
the wrangling over numbers.

"The announcement of the decline was a case of bad science," says L M
Nath, epidemiologist and former director of the All India Institute of
Medical Sciences. "When the same methods were used with previous
years' figures you could see that the actual dip was much less, since
the prevalence itself was smaller." But he does confirm that there has
been a decline in the actual numbers: "There has definitely been a
decrease in both prevalence and incidence of HIV/AIDS in India, mainly
on account of greater awareness."

* * * * *

Nath's view is shared by Suniti Solomon, the doctor who documented
India's first case of HIV in 1986 when she tested a group of female
sex workers in Chennai. "The current [reduced] figures do present a
true picture," she says, "because there is so much being done to
contain HIV/AIDS in the country. There is no longer a fear that we
will go the Africa way." Solomon set up the first voluntary testing
and counselling centre in India for those affected by HIV.

Not everyone is buying the new figures. Anjali Gopalan, who founded
the NGO Naz Foundation in 1994 to combat HIV/AIDS, says we are yet to
get a true picture of what is happening on the ground. "We shouldn't
be patting ourselves on the back yet," she says. "There has been some
improvement in the situation because of targeted interventions, but a
lot remains to be done." NACO's latest figures show a decline in HIV
prevalence among female sex workers, but indicate a rise among
injecting drug users and men who have sex with men (the three "high
risk" groups) in certain pockets. Gopalan's NGO also runs a home in
Delhi for children affected by HIV/AIDS.

Not only does NACO gather data on the spread of HIV/AIDS, it is the
government body tasked with leading the effort to contain it. Through
a series of five-year plans known as National AIDS Control Programmes,
NACO has been working in partnership with NGOs since 1992 to contain
the disease. Since HIV/AIDS affects less than 1 per cent of the
population, and according to NACO's studies these sufferers are
concentrated in certain sections of the population and in a few
states, the agency's focus has remained on prevention.

NACO is now implementing its third plan (2007-2012) with an outlay of
Rs 8,023 crore. The bulk of the funding is coming from international
agencies like the World Bank and the UK's Department for International
Development, with the Indian government chipping in 15 per cent of the
budget. With the global economic climate worsening, however, and HIV/
AIDS in the country apparently stabilising, is there a fear that the
promised funds will dry up?

The Gates Foundation, for instance, is currently handing over the
programmes under Avahan, its anti-HIV/AIDS initiative in India, to the
government, and will not offer funds beyond the $375 million already
announced.

NACO says there will be no funds shortage, because the government has
given an assurance that it will step in to make up any shortfall from
the foreign donors. A NACO official says, "The next phase will be a
continuation of the third plan and there will not be any significant
escalation in costs."

One area where costs could increase, the official admits, is in the
scaled-up provision of free antiretroviral drugs. NACO now spends
nearly Rs 235 crore a year on free treatment and counselling. First-
line treatment now costs Rs 5,000 per person per year, while second-
line treatment, given when the virus develops immunity to first-line
drugs or when the patient does not respond to the latter, costs Rs
35,000 per patient per year. The provision of second-line treatment
will now have to be scaled up in phases, in conformity with a Supreme
Court judgement.

* * * * *

Even so, prices are a far cry from what they were when antiretroviral
drugs were first launched. The credit for this should go to Indian
pharmaceutical companies who manufacture low-cost generic versions of
the drugs. According to a 2010 study by international drug purchase
facility UNITAID, Indian generics manufacturers have supplied more
than 80 per cent of donor-funded AIDS medicines to developing
countries in the last seven years. Of the $76 million PEPFAR (the US
President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief) spent on procuring generic
antiretroviral drugs in 2007, $64 million went to Indian companies,
says Bino Pathiparambil who tracks the pharma sector for brokerage and
equity research firm IIFL.

Though firms like Cipla and Aurobindo have cornered a chunk of the
estimated $900-million global generic market, Pathiparambil says
antiretroviral drugs do not contribute significantly to the firms'
bottom line, because of the low price points. There is still worry
that low-cost generics could get caught in intellectual property
disputes. In July this year, however, Commerce Minister Anand Sharma
said that India would use the flexible terms under the agreement on
Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights to continue making low-cost
antiretroviral drugs.

Unfortunately, there is no pill, generic or patented, for the stigma
that people affected by HIV/AIDS face. Neelam, who works as a peer
educator with two NGOs, found out in 2007 that she had contracted the
virus from her husband. "As soon as it became known that we were HIV-
positive, my in-laws moved out and an uncle stopped visiting us. I
haven't told my parents yet because I don't want to lose them, too,"
says this 28-year-old mother of two.

Fear and misconceptions are not restricted to the layman. "When I
found out I had HIV, the doctor told me I would live for six months at
the most," says Anita (name changed), 40, who now works at Gopalan's
Naz Foundation in Delhi. Six years after that dire diagnosis, Anita is
very much alive and undergoing antiretroviral treatment. "Things have
improved from earlier, when people used to get beaten up if it was
known they had HIV/AIDS. But still, I hope one day it will be seen in
the same light as cancer or tuberculosis," says Neelam, wistfully.

Stigma is just one of the challenges. "Just the other day, I had a
couple coming in saying they had unprotected sex even though they both
knew the husband had HIV," says a medical officer at the ART (anti-
retroviral treatment) centre of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. "When you
are faced with behaviour like this, how will it be possible to
eliminate the virus completely unless a vaccine is discovered?"

Those working to contain HIV/AIDS, whether doctor or social worker,
caution against letting our guard drop. "We still cannot afford to
relax. The drop in incidence will continue only so long as awareness
levels remain high," says AIIMS's Nath. The battle, clearly, is far
from over.

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* Ochocinco - 1 messages, 1 author
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* Ravens fan knocked out cold on HLN - 1 messages, 1 author
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TOPIC: Ochocinco
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Fri, Sep 2 2011 11:31 pm
From: Paul David


On Aug 18, 7:02 pm, cloud dreamer <dont.at...@the.messengers> wrote:
> On 14/08/2011 10:05 PM, A1...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > Any truth to the rumour that Ochocinco will be cut before the start of
> > the regular season?
>
> I doubt it. Brady and Ocho seem to sync too perfectly to let him go.
> He's an ideal replacement for Moss.
>
>   ..

Doubtful that a possession receiver is going to replace Moss.

Taylor Price could replace Moss, or a bit of Moss. I think of Price
as having the potential to be the next Terry Glenn style receiver for
NE.


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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Sat, Sep 3 2011 2:51 pm
From: "RävNsfän ®"


"Brian M Davis" <bdavis34@carolina.rr.com> wrote in message
news:e776e8b3-8cfb-4cb6-9293-1abb7205bae5@x2g2000yql.googlegroups.com...
On Aug 31, 10:47 pm, "RävNsfän ®" <noemai...@nospam4me.org> wrote:
> "Brian M Davis" <bdavi...@carolina.rr.com> wrote in
> messagenews:e2dad95b-198e-4406-9656-da88bfc94762@a27g2000yqc.googlegroups.com...
> On Aug 30, 8:15 pm, "RävNsfän ®" <noemai...@nospam4me.org> wrote:
> > "Brian M Davis" <bdavi...@carolina.rr.com> wrote in
> > messagenews:eb144c63-27d1-4ac7-94c6-839bd5c989ca@33g2000yqu.googlegroups.com...
> > On Aug 29, 11:53 am, "RävNsfän ®" <noemai...@nospam4me.org> wrote:
>
> > > "torched" <**~.@.~*> wrote in
> > > messagenews:4e5a85ee$1@news.x-privat.org...
>
> > > : On 8/28/2011 1:56 PM, RävNsfän ® wrote:
> > > : > Brian M Davis<bdavi...@carolina.rr.com> wrote in
> > > news:f3cbee61-77f9-44b8-
> > > : > b572-1147a06ba...@o26g2000vbi.googlegroups.com:
> > > : >
> > > : >>
> > > : >> Actually, my name is Laffy. Seeing you post the same old tired
> > > : >> material each and every time you visit a newsgroup not of your
> > > chosen
> > > : >> NFL team makes me laugh at your obviously pathetic need for
> > > : >> validation. Even more comical is the fact that you chose to
> > > imagine
> > > : >> seeing your name in the subject line of my post as an excuse to
> > > come,
> > > : >> yet again, to a newsgroup other than that of your chosen NFL
> > > so-called
> > > : >> team and lay your drivel about the place like turkey droppings in
> > > a
> > > : >> field of the finest organic crops (your pedophilic fascination
> > > for
> > > : >> classic Disney animation notwithstanding) and you claim to sense
> > > : >> loneliness on MY part? Let me tell ya this, twinkle-toes. If I
> > > ever
> > > : >> need your attention, I will definitely put "RävNsfän ®" in the
> > > subject
> > > : >> line - in your chosen NFL so-called team's newsgroup.
> > > : >>
>
> > > You have to admire that he is able to fool his in-patient
> > > psycho-analyst long enough to allow my mini-me
> > > wannabe back into the padded media-room.
> > > --
> > > ~Drew
>
> > > "Talk is cheap, ...lets go play"
> > > Johnny Unitas - Baltimore Colts
>
> > Why do you pay attention to posters who try to impersonate you?
>
> > Why not? ... It is fact that "imitation is the ultimate form of
> > flattery".
> > Besides yourself in this ng there is the ultimate Tanktard and one other
> > regular who has yet to post with his real nick as he waits for the
> > regular
> > season. There is also the former bengals ng head case, "kantou", aka:
> > Strongville Stan, reddog, jdwildone and Ricky Bobby. Additionally,
> > former
> > Dallas fan, turned 49ers fan, Raiders fan, turned Chiefs fan, Marty B
> > aka:
> > Ford Perfect.
>
> > Then again, it also entertains --> me <-- ...to agitate... ---> you <---
> > & ---> them <---. Now if you would stand up r-i-i-i-ght abo-o-o-ut
> > ...NOW..., this should smack you squarely in the forehead instead of
> > whizzing over same, ...as usual.
>
> > > I'm going to ease your mind and save you time all in one fell swoop,
> > > Drewsilla,
> > > only because I like you so much. WE KNOW WHEN YOU ARE BEING
> > > IMPERSONATED!! I personally never even have to read the header.
> > > Really.... No matter how good a job they do there is always something
> > > that tips the reader off. I'm amazed that you would be so concerned.
> > > It's just UseNet.
>
> > "WE" should indeed know when I am being impersonated since "WE" are but
> > one
> > of several that attempt such impersonations. I'm amazed that you aren't
> > in
> > a
> > coma from all the roundhouse swings you take at others which miss to tag
> > only your own glass chin. So now please do advise, "WE", why YOU
> > suddenly
> > are so concerned about what it is that you perceive concern me? ...tut
> > tut
> > tut ...don't bother as that was rhetorical. Just know that in this and
> > similar scenarios you expose yourself if only because, ..."sometimes
> > thou
> > doth protest too much"!
>
> > You recently posted using the same childish adaptation of my name,
> > Drewsilla, that you repeated in this post so that I would respond to
> > same
> > directly. You might believe doing so can mask your intended solicitation
> > for
> > my attention but not so as it was far to obvious.
>
> > Of course when I respond to your blatant solicitation(s) you post
> > wanting
> > to
> > appear to be stunned by the fact that I would respond to those, like
> > yourself, that attempt to impersonate. Most would minimally tire, if
> > they
> > did not become outwardly embarrassed, by such perpetual displays of
> > hypocrisy. Dude, just stop punching yourself in the head.
>
> > ~Drew
>
> > "Talk is cheap ...lets go play"
> > Johnny Unitas - Baltimore Colts
>
> I love this guy....
>
> Does anyone NOT know this after you have spent the better part of this
> past
> decade latched onto my virtual Usenet ankle .
>
> Yet again you back me up without fail. Same condescending rebuttals
> every day. You just knocked yourself out, Cooney!
>
> I suppose being being the butt of my rebuttals would cause you to collect
> my
> Drew-isms from my posts and archive them on your hard drive until such
> time
> as you decide to post as me and hoping that your cut and paste would
> persuade someone that your mini-me post is from me ...the real RavNsfan.
> It's really a shame that your infatuation in wanting to be near me turned
> dark with your desire to now be me. You don't wear the envy well at all .
>
> As far as posting to get your attention.... Why must you flatter
> yourself so?
>
> I don't... you do. You are so blinded by jealousy you can't even perceive
> what everyone else can see as plain as the brown on the tip of your nose.
> Next time don't follow so closely.
>
> > You came the the Steelers newsgroup seeking our attention all those
> > years
> > ago
>
> JHC, that is just so pathetic. You "really do" sound like ole Baltimore
> Bernout, the foot fiddlin' jew pedophile ...oye'
>
> >(and consistantly do so to this day) to such a magnitude that you have
> >earned the
> > privilege of becoming a fixture therein.
>
> You are seriously misinformed there Goob. These being unmoderated Usenet
> forums it is not like there were many other choices beyond a cowardly
> killfile.
>
> Your name will come up in conversation occasionally. The
> belief that every mention of your name in this newsgroup is a plea for
> your attention is narcissistic, among other things.
>
> My name is burned 3D into your pupils. You can't wake-up without seeing me
> these days thanks to my virtual presence in these ngs for over a decade.
> I'm
> not sorry that you couldn't take that which is why you silently declared
> to
> yourself a cowards jehad of posing as me and dry-humping my Usenet ankle
> at
> every opportunity.
>
> No real coincidence that since you began posting of late your veiled
> attempts to draw my attention coincide with similarly recent anonymous
> postings that contain time consuming lyrics written to the scores of once
> popular 50's tunes and further dedicated by an adoring author's mental
> perception of the condition of a very private body part.
>
> > Quite shocking is your belief that I am one of your impersonators.
>
> You'll get over it in enough time to post your next anonymous post I'm
> sure.
>
> > Oh dude... Don't call me dude!!! This isn't the '80s.
>
> My bad, ... I had no idea you were serious about getting a sex change.
> --
> ~Drew
>
> "Talk is cheap, ...lets just play"
> Johnny Unitas - Baltimore Colts

>The only thing latched onto any virtual or otherwise part of you is
>your own internet addicted personality.

Which has irked the living-heck out of you over the "many years" and
especially since you returned to the ng and posting then under your
non-anonymous nick. You anticipated that you had surely lain the ground-work
in the off-season for having other posters ignore me as you acted the
ass_hat while posting as me in this and several other of the Usenet sports
forums that I frequented.

Please do post a photo of your expression when you realized that all your
time consuming Internet stalking, impersonations and archiving of my
(lovable) Drewisms©© had gone for naught. It surely must have been a kick in
your nut-less sack to see that not only was RavNsfan still posting in your
"chosen" forum, but in all those other ngs and having on topic discussions
with folks that you had thought you had pissed-off while impersonating me.

>You sudden insistence that I
>am one of your imposters reeks of sheer desperation as I successfully
>bring you to the end of your trash talking resources.

I don't see how you expect anyone to believe that a few posts by you could
do that in a few posts or even during your lifetime, when no one else has
succeeded in doing so in over a decade. Unless of course you were in fact
doing, "other things", toward that end and in an, "undercover", type
capacity. That is not unlike you being a super duper Usenet hero, who when
in disguise moves anonymously among the community forums until you see a
poster you deem as smug, disruptive, and especially not a fan of your team
and at which point you don your super duper disguise and move to action. It
doesn't matter that your own actions disrupt that same team ng in the very
same manner, just as long as it isn't someone from a different "chosen" ng.
All team fans need to stay compartmentalized within their own "chosen"
Usenet forums like all the racial & ethnic classes should.

> Your running out of already repetitive material and are
> squirming in your chair worrying that your 4GB Pentium 233
> with MMX and Windows 95 is going to max out and crash from
> your own obsessive desire to annoy me.
> Drewsilla, amuse is the more appropriate term. That virtual
> chest-thumping as you proudly declared your decade-plus long
> presence on UseNet is classic;

There I was minding my own P's & Q's while posting "on topic" with posters
in several newsgroups when you decide to interject for no reason. It might
be me, but it appears that what really annoys you is your fellow forum
posters having the gall to dare exchange posts with "the enemy", any
non-member of your "chosen" Usenet forum.

Annoying you or anyone else was not my intent and far from an obsession, at
least while exchanging posts in your "chosen" Usenet sports forum and others
of late, so why you could not let those exchanges flow while going about
your own business is rather telling about you in itself. You and the others
that incessantly stress yourselves out over the posting presence and
practices of opposition fans in your "chosen" ng's need a reality check and
lots of prescription drugs.

And don't you worry "dude", ...my smug creative juices runneth over and it
is unlikely that in your lifetime I will run out of those lovable Drewisms©
that you so enjoy cut and pasting into your RavNsfan impersonations. Rest
assured "dude", ...you will never want for fresh Drewisms© in your "cut and
paste" archives.

You post that you are amused (above) after you posted your perception
alleging that it is and was my own "obsessive desire" to annoy you, when
clearly your own posts reflect that your annoyance at my hand is not only
genuine, but has been seething with an intensity that spans the meager
length of time since your return to the forum recently could have festered.
The oddity is that my posts were not directed at you that you would take
such an intense affront to my posts that it would lead to you forcing a
confrontation only now.

> further evidence that you need intervention for
> your Internet addiction. One can only conclude that those who
> frequent the newsgroups that you do - just don't make fun of you
> enough.

The only definitive conclusion to draw from your foot stomping over my mere
presence in your "chosen" team's newsgroup is that you have gone well beyond
being merely "annoyed", to full scale obsessive-compulsiveness along those
lines and especially on that theme. Your belief that my posts were even
remotely intended, "...just to annoy you... ", is really kinda sad, ...but
mostly laughable.

--
~Drew

"Talk is cheap, ...lets go play"
Johnny Unitas - Baltimore Colts


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== 1 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, Sep 3 2011 7:48 pm
From: Señor Patriots


A few thoughts on the roster cuts:

Meriweather: It pisses me off that a kid with this potential and
skills could be so pig headed and uncoachable (my personal
conclusion). Addition by subtraction. He apparently confused the
backfield assignments too many times. He was the Maroney of the
defense. Then they also let Sanders go at the same time. This is a
new look backfield in a big hurry. Sergio Brown must be for real.
I'm not sure about the depth behind Brown and Chung. To me the entire
backfield is going to be suspect for a while. I do have rock solid
confidence that the coaching staff realized that Meriweather was not
an asset any more.

Sammy Morris: Good man. I loved what he did when he was on the
field, but ..... (and we know the rest.)

Brandon Tate: Bust WR, and another Chad Jackson, Bethel Johnson.
Fell way off with kick returns after the explosive start last year,
didn't catch any balls when given the chance to redeem himself
Thursday. He added very little to the team. Slater is going to at
least add something and should get the chance to play before guys like
Tate.

But who returns kicks now?

Then somebody said, "What kicks?"

== 2 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, Sep 3 2011 8:29 pm
From: Mattu


You must be new here, you posted something related to Patriot's football.


== 3 of 3 ==
Date: Sat, Sep 3 2011 8:25 pm
From: Mattu


You must be new here, you're talking Patriots football.


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