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    Posted by ohlou on 4/17/04

    On 4/17/04, ff wrote:
    > ohlou:
    > Archaic? Possibly. I had not heard the new terms for ambulance
    > chaser, thanks. However, it does imply participation by the
    > paramedics.
    > ff
    > 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

    ff- Yeah, I know, I just made it up but no reason to get the paramedics
    involved. How about ...medical emergency response vehicle chaser...
    Mary- I'm the goof; not ff.

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