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how homeopathy might (not) work in A&E

From time to time I am happily diverted into watching funny videos. Many of them use that humour to communicate a serious message. Yesterday (egged on by friends Annette & David) I discovered the goodness that is Mitchell & Webb, and their take on homeopathy. More specifically, their take on how much good it might do in an emergency ward. That is, no good at all.

Which is disturbing, given that you can actually buy homeopathic first-aid kits. (And a fat lot of good the 'apis mellifica' offered in the ad I've linked to would do for someone seriously allergic to bee-stings...)

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watching funny videos. Many of them use that humour to communicate a serious message

But most of them involve cats.

Are you seriously suggesting that cats are not capable of being serious on occasion? With 5(?) of them in your household, it might be time to start watching your back. Or checking what you're about to put your foot in. Or something like that :-)

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