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    No Spin Zone, Spartan Nobel Prize

    I hope that in this section of this forum, we can refrain from personal attacks and we can look at the facts.

    I am holding in my hand a few articles concerning the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize. Out of respect for this Spartan physician, I will keep his name private. However, I would like to post a little of what was said about him.

    According to the articles on this Spartan physician:

    Article 1:

    "Physician is among those to be honored for Nobel Peace Prize... doctor will take a break from helping the needy around the world... to help pick up the Nobel Peace Prize."


    Article 2:

    "[name of spartan physician] will be among those in Oslo to recieve the Nobel Peace Prize being awarded to Doctors Without Borders."


    Article 3:

    "the Norwegian Nobel Committee invited [name of spartan doctor] among a few others to Oslo to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for Doctors Without Borders."



    This Spartan graduate has also won all kinds of honors and awards, which I don't have the time to post. He has a very impressive resume. He completed his residency in the USA in Ob/Gyn and has completed a fellowship in Gyn/Onc. He worked around the world (Africa, China, Phillippines).

    I looked on the website where he currently works and here was the first few lines of his credentials:

    [name of spartan doctor]
    Nobel Peace Prize, Doctors Without Borders, 1999
    Fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology

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    Haven't you guys recently noticed something special about anencephalic? He now made it to over a thousand posts!!! Now he will be an ultimate brainless member and he will get his secret email from Doc with all of the special privileges and bribes,et. He'll also get his secret encoder ring which allows him to understand the postings of some of our more complex posters. We have to congratulate him on his achievement...

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    re: lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    The abbreviation is MSF not DWB.

    But you knew that, right?
    Hey, for once, I see that you are short of words in replying the 'issues' raised in my post- actually, maybe it's just that you now see the truth. Anyways, with regards to your MSF/DWB correction, Who in the medical community doesn't know that? Obviously, haven fully spelled out Doctors without borders earlier in my post, for the sake of continuity, and those (outside of the medical community) who may not understand how 'MSF' relates to Doctors Without Borders, DWB is a better way to phrase it- and you should know that w.r.t relating to patients- Oops! I forgot- you're Spartan trained: My bad!

    Wow, what crap!

    I can not lower myself to your level of intelligence or wisdom. I will now concede.
    Do yourself a favour. (..and) hey Einstein, next time it's 'cannot', and not 'can not'!
    ..Aluta Continua, Victoria Acerta! (..the struggle continues, victory is sure!)

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    re: lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Do yourself a favour. (..and) hey Einstein, next time it's 'cannot', and not 'can not'!

    Uh, wrong again Mr. "truth"! "can not" and "cannot" are interchangeable.

    You are not doing very well. When asked to provide concrete facts to back up your "truth", you can not. When asked to point out which poster is the administrator of Spartan, you can not.


    Sigh, this is too easy...

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    re: lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Do yourself a favour. (..and) hey Einstein, next time it's 'cannot', and not 'can not'!

    Uh, wrong again Mr. "truth"! "can not" and "cannot" are interchangeable.

    You are not doing very well. When asked to provide concrete facts to back up your "truth", you can not. When asked to point out which poster is the administrator of Spartan, you can not.


    Sigh, this is too easy...
    Oh my, not in this day and age!!
    The 'contextual use of words' art which the every-day High School student has perfected seems to have somehow eluded you. Save yourself the embarassment and stop 'washing your filthy language underwear' on the internet. (or at least spare us the gory details)
    ..Aluta Continua, Victoria Acerta! (..the struggle continues, victory is sure!)

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    re: lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Do yourself a favour. (..and) hey Einstein, next time it's 'cannot', and not 'can not'!

    Uh, wrong again Mr. "truth"! "can not" and "cannot" are interchangeable.

    You are not doing very well. When asked to provide concrete facts to back up your "truth", you can not. When asked to point out which poster is the administrator of Spartan, you can not.


    Sigh, this is too easy...
    yeah, and with respect to 'backing up truth', why would I waste my time trying to prove to a blind man that I'm wearing a red shirt, and not a blue one?
    Like I've said earlier before "You don't see it, when the discoloration is in your own eye"
    ..Aluta Continua, Victoria Acerta! (..the struggle continues, victory is sure!)

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    re: good grief

    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    Quote Originally Posted by neilc
    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    The abbreviation is MSF not DWB.

    But you knew that, right?
    if you speak english, DWB works just fine too...

    Neil, if you will note, the organization itself uses MSF (even in English speaking North America).
    my point was...it is a small, trivial thing, and most people understand what he means. an abbreviation does not need to be some officially used symbol to get the point across.

    i sure don't want to get in the middle of this fine back and forth tho. you guys continue. but, i have yet to see (and i have read a lot of posts) a single thing that makes spartan or its students appear remotely connected to reality. every little statement from S&A and the other spartan groupies sounds so ridiculous. i love it.

    nobel prize. still makes me laugh and giggle.

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    Neilc,

    When Copronicus told everyone that the Earth revolved around the sun, everyone laughed and giggled too... Who is giggling now?

    Spartan, whether you want to admit it or not, is leading the way for all off-shore medical school. I only hope and pray that you guys will someday be able to follow in our footsteps. I know that we have made it real tough for you guys, but you have to have something to shoot for... -s&a

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    re: lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Do yourself a favour. (..and) hey Einstein, next time it's 'cannot', and not 'can not'!

    Uh, wrong again Mr. "truth"! "can not" and "cannot" are interchangeable.

    You are not doing very well. When asked to provide concrete facts to back up your "truth", you can not. When asked to point out which poster is the administrator of Spartan, you can not.


    Sigh, this is too easy...
    Oh my, not in this day and age!!
    The 'contextual use of words' art which the every-day High School student has perfected seems to have somehow eluded you. Save yourself the embarassment and stop 'washing your filthy language underwear' on the internet. (or at least spare us the gory details)

    Nevertheless I am still correct.

    From http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~brians/errors/cannot.html
    These two spellings are largely interchangeable, but by far the most common is “cannot” and you should probably use it except when you want to be emphatic: “No, you can not wash the dog in the Maytag.”

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    re: lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Quote Originally Posted by dt
    Quote Originally Posted by TrueDoc
    Do yourself a favour. (..and) hey Einstein, next time it's 'cannot', and not 'can not'!

    Uh, wrong again Mr. "truth"! "can not" and "cannot" are interchangeable.

    You are not doing very well. When asked to provide concrete facts to back up your "truth", you can not. When asked to point out which poster is the administrator of Spartan, you can not.


    Sigh, this is too easy...
    yeah, and with respect to 'backing up truth', why would I waste my time trying to prove to a blind man that I'm wearing a red shirt, and not a blue one?
    Like I've said earlier before "You don't see it, when the discoloration is in your own eye"
    That's most likely because you do not have concrete facts, just biased opinion.

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    a picture says a million words...here is who won the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize

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