PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.: Cafe Pharma
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PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.

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Cafe Pharma

Things are going completely crazy over there. I won't put fuel on the fire so I won't quote.

6 Comments:

Blogger Moogirl said...

I was minding my own business, I swear. They drew first snark...

9/22/2006  
Blogger Peter Rost said...

I thought it was great when I saw your name over there. And you dared to use it! If my readers suddenly start swarming Pfizer's Cafe Pharma message board. Oh boy . . . they won't know what hit them!

:)

9/22/2006  
Blogger Moogirl said...

I now know what it feels like to be the lone female at a Star Trek convention...

9/22/2006  
Blogger Argon said...

The last time I went to a Star Trek convention in San Francisco I saw lots of women, some were dressed up as blue Adorians with antenna, some wore the costumes of green Orion slave girls and lots were just in regular casual clothes. I got to meet Marina Sirtis there and was surprised how well she kept her British accent out of the dialogue on the show.

Maybe a better analogy would be now you know what it's like to be the lone visitor in the home team section?

I did like your comments on Cafe Pharma and you had a good point about people hiding behind the anonymous comment.

9/22/2006  
Blogger Moogirl said...

Ok, bad analogy Argon, it was just the first thing I felt when I read the comments over at the Café, like I was in a room with a bunch of computer geeks.

Perhaps I should have said a Dungeons and Dragons convention? Ok, seeing as how you met your wife in virtual reality world, this might also be an inappropriate analogy. Star Wars convention? Probably no...

I got it! NASCAR!!! I felt like the lone female at a Nascar rally! How about that? You can’t possibly be into Nascar...can you?

There’s always the WWF analogy if you are.

9/22/2006  
Blogger Argon said...

Funny you should say D&D since I got my screen name in 1983 from a local BBS version of it because I wanted something that was close to Aragorn, Noble and Elemental in nature so I chose Argon.

I haven't been to any NASCAR races but from what Jeff Foxworthy says about them, they don't have fans that diss other fans becaue it's not really 2 team sport, they only have drivers they like more than others, the only drivers they hate are like Jeff Gordon because he can enuciate his words.

I'd stick with the visitor and home team analogy since that can be applied to a lot of different sports.

I'm not sure if I'd believe that all the anonymous commenters of Cafe Pharma were employees of Pharma Companies, they probably just like to mess with people it's a lot more likely

9/23/2006  

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