Monday, October 29, 2007

LA Times: Polls don't reflect Obama's support

"There is something missing," Mellman said. "He's raised money in unbelievable amounts, generated tremendous enthusiasm . . . and vast amounts of publicity. And those advantages were not given to him on a silver platter. He earned them. There is something unique and special about this guy, and I don't know why that has not translated into more support."
Do not read below this line of you don't like when people point out coincidences or think openly.
"1435" Why is Barry staring at a colony-simulating factor? Hemopoietic stem cells were cultured on a so-called semi solid matrix (Earth?) which prevents cells from moving around, so that if a single cell starts proliferating, all of the cells derived from it will remain clustered around the spot in the matrix where the first cell was originally located, and these are referred to as "colonies." It was therefore possible to add various substances to cultures of hemopoietic stem cells and then examine which kinds of colonies were "stimulated" by them.
I know I'm not the only person alive to notice the frequent usage of sun-crosses by certain media. Are we a flippin' experiment? Hey, I told you not to read below the line.

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