Dr. Thorpe, submitted by Amanda.
Fraud! Phony! Impostor! Merchant of snake-oil and wacky pills! Online prescription refiller! …I’m sorry, ladies and gentlemen, Dr. Thorpe may be a perfectly nice man (or perhaps a perfectly nice piece of “Doctor” stock photo clipart), but you all know that I’m intensely protective of my name, and I won’t let just anyone use it.
I must object to your lack of proper resources and credentials, Dr. Thorpe! Behold, his particularly barren “resources” page:
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Just what are you responsible for, “Dr. Thorpe”? AIDS? Foodborne illness? Ailments of the kidneys? The death of Christ?
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