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3 comments

Why not published? Simple sadism. (1)

RockDoctor (15477) | about 2 years ago | (#40964609)

You have an ex-girlfriend working for "Gordon Gallup, a psychologist at SUNY-Albany," ; seems a good enough reason to me.

But I actually RTFA. "Gordon Gallup" seems to have some fundamental problem with basic biology. By the time that morning sickness comes along (weeks to months after insemination, I dunno ; reproduction is something I opted out of decades ago), the woman's body should be absent the father's sperm (unless it's a regular repeated relationship), and being 50% the mother's genes and 50% the father's genes, the foetus is at least as likely to be triggering the morning sickness itself, as any residue from the father.

I call "bullshit."

I'll add Thomas Harris's disdain, voiced by Hannibal Lecter, about psychologists not being medical doctors anyway. "Billy Reubin" indeed.

Re:Why not published? Simple sadism. (1)

chill (34294) | about 2 years ago | (#40964741)

Yeah, I call bullshit, too. But potentially entertaining, useful bullshit to many people. Gordo needs a statue erected to him somewhere.

Re:Why not published? Simple sadism. (1)

RockDoctor (15477) | about 2 years ago | (#40966391)

An inflatable statue? And we know where the valve would be.
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