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Typhoid Barry

By idaflo | September 23rd, 2010 | No Comments » 

Robin speaks to the psychology of a Presidential  figure nobody knows…. yet who is world renowned, powerful and cold.


By Robin of Berkeley at American Thinker

There’s a fascinating phenomenon in medicine of a “carrier” of a disease. The most famous example is Typhoid Mary.

Mary was a cook in the early 20th century who spread typhoid to over fifty people, although she never contracted the infection herself. There are carriers of a variety of illnesses. For instance, a person can test positive for TB without having suffered from the disease.

Typhoid Mary is, I think, an apt metaphor for not just carriers of physical disease, but of psychological mayhem. I’m referring to people who wreak havoc without so much as lifting a finger….(Continue reading HERE)

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