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6 Double Vodkas

A guy came into a bar one day and said to the barman, "Give me six double vodkas." 
The barman says, "Wow! You must have had one hell of a day." 
"Yes, I've just found out my older brother is gay." 
The next day the same guy came into the bar and asked for the same drinks. When the bartender asked what the problem was today, the answer came back, "I've just found out that my younger brother is gay too!" 
On the third day the guy came into the bar and ordered another six double vodkas. 
The bartender says, "Geez! Doesn't anybody in your family like women?". 
"Yeah, my wife..." 

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Sir David Bruce

Born 29 May 1855; died 27 Nov 1931 at age 76.English bacteriologist and military physician who traced (1886-87) the Malta-fever to a bacterium later (1920) named for him, Brucella melitensis. Malta-fever is also the undulant fever that causes abortion in goats. It is usually transmitted by goat's milk. He also investigated (1894) the trypanosomes which caused nagana, a disease of horses and cattle in northern Zululand, Africa, and found (1895-97) it to be transmitted by the tsetse fly. He thought the local wild game was the trypanosomal reservior. This work led to his further research which identified the tsetse fly as the vector in sleeping sickness. He was knighted in 1908, and won the Leeuwenhoek Medal in 1915. He also researched tetanus and trench fever.«
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