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  1. Interesting. And ditto.

    There are subtle differences between Europe and the US on what constitutes desirable health markers. I have very low blood pressure. In the US, the doctors think it’s just wonderful. Living in Europe, they prescribed medication to bring up my pressure.

  2. I think the issue is limiting the operational availability of someone who is bit while they have to be around for shots.

    In Viet Nam soldiers would give themselves “rat bites” with their P-38 so as to stay in the rear while they got the shots, finding hanging out in the rear getting shots much preferable to walking through rice paddies that were often booby-trapped.

    If a bite can be seen as a way to avoid danger, it may become quite popular.

    Just a thought.

  3. actually, the solders are not reporting for fear that someone is going to put down the animal which bit them. At the same time, we have a couple of people how are more interested in which law and what letter than they are to the on the ground implications.

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