Re: [Histonet] Political histology

Don't know about that but he had fish, chips and mushy peas for his pub lunch today, so there may well be a tail wind behind Air Force One going back to the US tonight.
(For our American Cousins who aren't aware of what mushy peas are, they are an essential accompanyment to fish and chips and have a rather unfortunate side effect if you're not used to them! Think of the camp fire scene in Blazing Saddles and you'll get the idea)

Nick Kirk
Hinchingbrooke Hospital
(3 miles from a US airbase so I had better watch what I say)

>  from:    amosbrooks 
>  date:    Fri, 21 Nov 2003 16:20:36
>  to:
>  subject: Re: [Histonet] Political histology
> Why,
>      Did he have a biopsy done there? Or did he mention histology while
> there? I don't recall Mr. Bush's visit having anything to do with histology
> or ehen healthcare at all. I think I must have missed something.
> Hi Sarah
> Hopefully I'm now in plain text.
> I was just wondering if you thought we here in the UK might be "whoopin =
> & a'hollerin" at the visit of your leader.
> Hedley Glencross
> Manchester Cytology Centre UK
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