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Let's Spoon for Forty Years

Sunday, July 21, 2013 - 04:00 AM

You've got them... under your skin... Well, hopefully not. But if you did get infected with blood flukes, would it make you feel better to know they're monogamous creatures, pairing up and sticking together for years, sometimes even decades? Warms the heart.

Illustration by Nye Wright


Brenna Farrell


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vicky from canada

Am Vicky Ben from Canada. I never believed in love spells or magic until i met this spell caster once when i went to Africa in may this year on a business summit. I meant a man who’s name is he is really powerful and could help cast spells to bring back one’s gone, lost, misbehaving lover and magic money spell or spell for a good job or luck spell .I’m now happy & a living testimony cos the man i had wanted to marry left me 3 weeks before our wedding and my life was upside down cos our relationship has been on for 4years. I really loved him, but his family was against us and he had no good paying job. So when i met this spell caster, i told Dr Ogogoro what happened and explained the situation of things to him. At first i was undecided, skeptical and doubtful, but i just gave it a try. And in 8 days when i returned to USA, my boyfriend (now husband) called me by himself and came to me apologizing that everything had been settled with his mom and family and he got a new job interview so we should get married. I didn’t believe it cos the spell caster only asked for my name and my boyfriends name and all i wanted him to do. Well we are happily married now and we are expecting our little kid, and my husband also got the new job and our lives became much better. His email is

Aug. 01 2013 04:52 AM
nya from 48104

I was riveted to the radio listening to the amazing feats of ants & parasites.

Jul. 21 2013 10:11 PM
Charles King from Cleveland, Ohio

I would not recommend worm therapy for anything. Anecdote is not evidence. If you'd like better evidence, the Danes did do a randomized placebo-controlled trial of worm treatments for patients with allergies. It was not at all effective in reducing allergy symptoms, nor did it lower anti-allergen IgE. Those who got the actual worms had belly pain, diarrhea and flatulence. A significant minority dropped out because of symptoms.
I don't think that exposing yourself to worms after childhood will have a beneficial change to how your immune system has already been set. I'd stick to standard medical treatments, and definitely get rid of the cats.

Jul. 21 2013 04:00 PM
Susan McDowell from La Mesa, calif

Love your show!

Jul. 21 2013 09:45 AM

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