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Epidemiologist’s tweet about Johnson & Johnson vaccine sets off a ‘pun party’ – The Boston Globe

After an exhausting year filled with bad news, Julia Marcus wanted to give people something to chuckle about on the Internet. And boy did she ever succeed.

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It was a screen shot from a 75-slide presentation posted to the US Food and Drug Administrations website, which was shared with her by a friend who attended a recent meeting about the emergency authorization of the vaccine.
The image featured a thin black line, surrounded by heavy gray shading rising toward the top of the graph.
None of that sounds all that funny. The image, however, looked conspicuously like an anatomical part that cant be repeated in a family newspaper. That wasnt lost on Marcus,…

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