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July 10, 1967

From the Orange Country

JAMA. 1967;201(2):144. doi:10.1001/jama.1967.03130020090037

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To the Editor:—  Your esteemed correspondent from the little Republic on the south of us—Dr. Ellis Quay of Dublin (199:768, 1967)—complains that Dr. Gode's discussion of the penis lacks rigor ( 199:256, 1967). And then the man lets out with a flurry of fancy words from the French and the Latin! Well, Sir, if it's rigor he wants, and if he's got any deep regard for the language, let him take a journey north across the border—that is, if he isn't afraid. Then I and some other Ulster boys can meet him for an hour or so of talk, and a drink or two. He'll have a grand time, and we'll remind him of some old words and sayings that his dad, and his dad's dad, used when discussing these matters. We'll recall for him things he can say and write that will match his subject, and ours, far