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delusional wrote:The way I see it, the guest = the antibiotic. The pleasure provided by the cook = the resistance concocted by the germ.
Bacteria = Cook.
Resistance = A pleasurable meal.
If a bacteria is resistant to a single antibiotic, then a cook is able to cook a pleasurable meal to a single guest.
If a bacteria is resistant to multiple antibiotics, then he or she is able to cook a pleasurable meal to multiple guests.
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I've said it before but the worst part about Oct was I had an extra LR section and called my friend to ask her if she had the bacteria/guest question or the "by that reasoning" question and she said she didn't. Immediately after the exam too. The exp. LR section was easier.
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