Saturday, February 9, 2008

Super spreading double dipping

What is it with Seinfeld? I don't even particularly like the show but somehow I seem to have seen most of the episodes. It has replaced M.A.S.H. for the program that you are likely to watch when stranded in a motel or airport. The only reason I don't like it is that it is often too true to life, too painful to watch. I think the writing is wonderful and some of the best that has ever been on TV. The number of phrases that have made it into everyday language is amazing. Yadda yadda yadda... Anyway, this is all relevant to the class because of the classic 'double-dipping' episode. Science has now caught up with sit-com and the risks of double dipping have been quantified.

"I like to say it's like kissing everybody at the party — if you're double dipping, you're putting some of your bacteria in that dip."

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