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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 7, 2009 at 08:08

Hi, Merry Whitney !

> I had read the entry about Hirschfield working with Hassan's Bridges TV, and apparently missed a daily ginko biloba dosage or just wasn't paying attention. I still wouldn't out-of-hand suggest a financial benefit for him, but I also wouldn't trust his judgement or credibilty.<

I agree. I think now that he is a dangerous doctrinaire. Such people need no financial incentives to become the devil's advocates.

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