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titta
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 Posted: Mon Sep 20th, 2010 04:08

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Hello Dr. Marshall,

it sounds that the Scottish Malt has taken its toll!!? :)

Oh, I am familiar with these phenomenons (via patients' talk of course)

Thank you very much for your time and energy and patience to answer
all those questions I had.

And thank you to Pipistrelle and Nick to come along!

Titta



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That's crazy.....you gotta ditch that old polaroid.....

No...for real? Where there not really people standing there whose images did not develop?



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Sean, it was a special 'artsy' photograph I took with a 30 second exposure so as to make sure people moved in and out of the photo while the shutter was open. Just playing with my camera while waiting for the conference dinner to start later this evening, then the full-day tomorrow... :)

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Okay everybody.....stop laughing now....



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Had ME going there for a minute!  ... :shock:

Good luck at the conference Dr Marshall!  We all look forward to any pictures or videos you can share.



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 Posted: Mon Sep 20th, 2010 11:45

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Thanks for the great shot, the verse and for always keeping your sense of humour! I needed a laugh this evening!
Thinking of you in the lion's den. Go for it - it is quite an honour that they asked you but get ready for the roar...
All the best
H



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Im happy that you managed to get the effect to work Prof M :) and I like the black and white it looks great. Good luck with the presentaion. And thanks for your time even though you were jet lagged it was a great honour to meet you at last :D.

Pat.



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 Posted: Tue Sep 21st, 2010 03:41

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Very brave attending the conference, I see prof. Vieth - strong opposition.






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I survived, met some interesting people, and some useful contacts. Will fly back tomorrow. The video looks good, so I will be able to put it up on YouTube. Complete with Prof Vieth's questions, and our vigorous discussion, I think :)
 

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Excellent news Dr Marshall!!  I am sure you gave as good as you got in those discussions!  :D

I am certain that I speak for all of us online here in that I am looking forward to the new video!   Hopefully there are no more "ghosts" in the video ... :D

Have a good trip home! 



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 Posted: Tue Sep 21st, 2010 11:07

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Good to hear that,

and I hope you have found a source for better food
and can relax now!

Thank you so much!
Titta



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titta wrote: and I hope you have found a source for better food
Yes, I had dinner in the hospital cafeteria tonight. Much more relaxed atmosphere :)

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Good news, Dr Marshall. It was such a pleasure to meet you on Sunday.  Looking forward to the video when you have time to put it on youtube.

Safe travelling.  I am so glad you were able to come to Scotland.

All the best

Morag




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Dr Trevor Marshall wrote: Complete with Prof Vieth's questions, and our vigorous discussion, I think :)

Ow, I certainly want to hear th├ít exchange  :D:D

I wonder if he accused you of endangering his wife's company (D-Drops) ?  ;)

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 Obviously I have not seen the video....but looking at some of the research of these scientists I'm thinking......it  must be so very very radical and hard to bear what Marshall is really saying.

 To be wrong and corrected on a matter is one thing...but when you have spent vast amounts of time researching and then basically making it your life's worth promoting a supplemental protocol thats premise turns out to be entirely wrong......that's got to be hard to hear about. 

 



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Dawn breaks over the Clyde, as seen from my hotel window. Glasgow is on the left, the airport on the right, and the Titan crane in the middle.



"Boston at last and the plane's touching down
Our hostess is handing the hot towels around
From a terminal gate to a black limousine
It's a ten minute ride to the Holiday Inn

Boredom's a pastime that one soon acquired
Where you get to the stage where you're not even tired
Kicking your heels till the time comes around
To pick up your bags and head out of town"  ......... Elton John/Bernie Taupin
 
 
Well, my taxi is due at 6:30am. Be home soon...
 

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Yeah man....we will  send you some warm french fries!



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 Posted: Wed Sep 22nd, 2010 03:25

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Homesick?
Good to have a home to feel sick for:dude:

Titta



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 Posted: Wed Sep 22nd, 2010 19:32

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With bated breath I await......



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Dr. Marshall,
Do they have a high incidence of Lyme disease in Scotland? I know on the island of Martha's Vineyard, where I contracted the disease, they have a very high incidence of MS. I have always wondered if the two could be related?



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