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    Posted by ff on 4/17/04


    Archaic? Possibly. I had not heard the new terms for ambulance
    chaser, thanks. However, it does imply participation by the

    On 4/14/04, ohlou wrote:
    > On 4/13/04, mary wrote:
    >> Hello ff:Let's discuss part of what you have said:"Another
    complicating factor is that, as legitimate as it may be, only those
    that have experienced it can understand or believe it."Okay, now
    what is your basis for this statement? We see things like this all
    the time here, but no factual support is offered. Have you done some
    research on this? Have studies been published? A survey perhaps? Is
    this something that can be, or has been, quantified? I know you
    embrace the scientific method, so let's hear more about this
    please.Best Spring Regards and hope the day finds you well.MaryOn
    4/13/04, ff wrote: >>> Yeah, it says a lot. I've always said that
    as many > individuals experience environmental illnesses, it's their
    > first time of entering into other disciplines, fields of >
    expertise, science, whatever. Each one of these individuals >
    sounds nuts. In total, as a 'group' they discredit and > destroy
    hope of credible, capable scientists ever gaining > legitimate
    interest in the subject. >> Another complicating factor is that, as
    legitimate as it may > be, only those that have experienced it can
    understand or > believe it.>> Finally, it goes back to cause and
    effect, and the lack of any > hope of immediate feedback. If people
    fell over dead every > time they had an exposure (the same
    exposure), or fell over > dead everytime thay walked into the same
    building, it would > not be long before they concluded "something"
    was present and > it will kill you. With MCS, mold, etc., most
    affected people > look OK to everyone else, they're not falling over
    dead.>> Compare it to a severe automobile accident, and rolling he >
    victim into the courtroom all mangled up, in traction, limbs >
    missing, etc. Now that's something that can easily be seen -> "Oh
    my God, look at that poor injured person, damn near dead">> OK Mary,
    it's easy to see why an ambulance chaser could be all > that's
    required to win big in PI cases. >> FF>
    > ff- AMBULANCE chaser???? How archaic of you. I believe the
    proper term these days would be "paramedic response vehicle
    chaser" ......ohlou

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