Neil Brooks, DNA Match for David Granet?

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by otisbrown, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. otisbrown

    otisbrown Guest

    Subject: Is David Granet related to his
    patient Neil Brooks?

    Let the readers decide.

    Question: Do you think these two people
    are related?

    Or his patient, Neil Brooks at:

    Let us here from the reader.


    1. Yes, they are related, or

    2. No there is no connection.

    Also if you live in San Diego, perhaps you
    could give them a call?


    otisbrown, Jul 30, 2007
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  2. otisbrown

    Neil Brooks Guest

    I believe you mean "hear?"
    1) Bates is dead. The fact that you write to him on this forum is
    simply another indication of your mental condition.

    2) People CAN actually dial long distance now. Nobody NEEDS to live
    in San Diego to call Dr. Granet OR myself.

    3) I thought YOU were going to test out this little hypothesis of
    yours. STILL unwilling to face facts??

    4) A lot has changed since the days when you dreamed of being a
    commercial pilot. Perhaps you should try to keep current once in a
    Nobody enjoys Otis.


    Here: answer these questions:
    Neil Brooks, Jul 30, 2007
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  3. otisbrown

    Dan Abel Guest

    Of course they are related. By his own admission, Neil has a normal
    doctor/patient relationship with Dr. Granet.
    Dan Abel, Jul 30, 2007
  4. otisbrown

    Guest Guest

    How hard did you have to work to get this idiotic? Did it come
    naturally or thru hard effort?
    Guest, Jul 31, 2007
  5. otisbrown

    Neil Brooks Guest

    I actually think he has the inherent idiot gene, but that he's also
    worked very, very hard to develop it fully.
    Neil Brooks, Jul 31, 2007
  6. otisbrown

    Guest Guest

    I've read a lot of his posts and can't help but wonder how many fools
    out there actually believe him. P.T. Barnum was and still is right.
    Guest, Jul 31, 2007
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