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  1. 01 Jul '09 16:46
    Can a mute person suffer from Tourette's?
  2. 01 Jul '09 18:31
    Yes.
  3. 01 Jul '09 18:49
    ...if he uses hand signals.
  4. Standard member patauro
    Patricia
    01 Jul '09 23:33
    Lou Gehrig had Lou Garig's desease, Statistically, what are the chances of that ever happening again? One the other hand Georges Tourette did not have Tourette's Syndrome.
  5. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    Do ya think?
    10 Jul '09 04:22
    Originally posted by patauro
    Lou Gehrig had Lou Garig's desease, Statistically, what are the chances of that ever happening again? One the other hand Georges Tourette did not have Tourette's Syndrome.
    Nor did Grafenberg have a Grafenberg spot.
  6. 10 Jul '09 05:45
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Nor did Grafenberg have a Grafenberg spot.
    It may have been Mrs Grafenberg's spot that he found.
  7. Standard member patauro
    Patricia
    10 Jul '09 20:40
    You are confusing that with her G spot, that he found.
  8. 11 Jul '09 00:05
    Originally posted by patauro
    You are confusing that with her G spot, that he found.
    I thought her spot was a picnic area with a nice view down the road from where she lived.
  9. Subscriber duecer
    anybody seen my
    16 Jul '09 18:41
    Tourette's is a disorder associated with the frontal lobe, which filters movement and impulses. A person need not have the ability to speak for that filter to go haywire. Nervous ticks, twitches, etc...are also associated with Tourettes