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Sunday, June 19, 2011


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Hello, David.

I wanted to thank you for the engaging and well researched podcast, which has helped to erase much fatigue from my commute to and from work and has carried a train of colorful characters and stories into the rest of the day.

A small aside (added with full appreciation of your humor and the utter irrelevance of this amendment) with regard to figurative language use: as a medic, I feel obliged to point out that boils are lanced, not cauterized, the latter being reserved for oozing vessels in surgery, or rambunctious medical students.

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Aaagh! Alex, how could I? Obviously this will mean a full public retraction, and a Jane Shore-like walk barefoot through the streets of London...

Glad you are enjoying it, and I shall lance the boil of inaccuracy!

Me Thomas


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