DistendedPendulusFrenulum: Only if the object can be referred to as him, them, or her..
Generation_D: whats this racist little sh*t breitbart even doing on fark.
Minimally Hairy Beer-Powered Simian: Who should stick to music.Who?Yes that's right.
Biness: Whats the name of the organization calling for the monitoring?
Bartleby the Scrivener: Biness: Whats the name of the organization calling for the monitoring?Who
Biness: Bartleby the Scrivener: Biness: Whats the name of the organization calling for the monitoring?Whothats what i'm asking you. Who is the organization calling for the monitoring???
The Who? WHY?
NeoBad: Poor quality journalism.The bug is not even named. Is this a cockroach? Ok yeah they did refer to it as a bacteria, but NDM-1 is New Delhi Metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM-1)which is the enzyme that allows the bacteria to be resistant to antibiotics. Is it a Staph, or Strept or Proteus or what?
probesport: Superbug? Is it a spider named Boris?
DjangoStonereaver: "Why do you keep bringing my name into this sort of thing?"
TheSilverOne: Didn't read this link, but I know the "bug" (really a plasmid) they're discussing. Not the end of the world, people. Think of MRSA. Is this spreading like wildfire? Is it significantly increasingly the infection and mortality rate of simple surgeries? No, it's just a new complication that needs to be addressed. It's a concern, but not an epidemic.This has the added problem of being spread from bacteria to bacteria and isn't limited to one strain, but it's note likely to spread out of control, just a new complication to be addressed.Also, phage therapy. If this starts becoming a serious issue rather than the rare, specific cases in specific regions thing, you'd better believe phage therapy is going to be more widely used in treating drug-resistant strains. So it's not like it's traditional anti-biotics or death. Humanity has other, effective, options.
Headso: TheSilverOne:All that was probably in the original article before he chopped it up and changed the meaning.
It's actually whom: See above.//It should also be "Horton hears a whom." The estate of Dr. Seuss hasn't been returning my emails, though.
NeoBad: Poor quality journalism.
Cletus from Canuckistan: Can we please stop linking to Breitbart for AP/Reuters (or in this case, AFP) articles ? I refuse to give him the page hits. I'd click on a WND, or even a *gag* Human Events link before I'd visit his site. Either subby is a frequent greenlight-ee who gets all his 'news' off of Breitbart (and should therefore consider voluntary commitment) or mods are greenlighting the Breitbart links to wire copy stories preferentially. Either way it stinks to high heaven.
Victoly: Biness: Whats the name of the organization calling for the monitoring?No, WHAT is a Philadelphia radio station. WHO is calling for monitoring this new superbug.
I_C_Weener: It's actually whom: See above.//It should also be "Horton hears a whom." The estate of Dr. Seuss hasn't been returning my emails, though.Wrong. A "Who" is a creature. Its like saying, Horton hears a tiger. Instead of tiger, substitute Who, the name of the creatures in the story.Now, if Horton heard someone but didn't know who, then yes, whom is correct. But that is not the case.
DistendedPendulusFrenulum: Only if the object can be referred to as him, them, or her.
Words Words Words: The stories and information posted on Breitbart.com are journalistic works of fiction and falsehood.Only a fool/teabagger would take anything posted there as fact.
Biness: Words Words Words: The stories and information posted on Breitbart.com are journalistic works of fiction and falsehood.Only a fool/teabagger would take anything posted there as fact.you can say that, but the ACORN scandal was very, very real
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