Ann Arbor E. coli outbreak sickens 10

Amy’s always telling me how great Ann Arbor is, because she spent six years getting PhD-ified there at the University of Michigan.

I’ve been there a couple of times, driving between Ontario and Kansas with Amy, and didn’t think much of the place. Expensive and dumpy.

Now Ann Arbor has its own outbreak of E. coli (sounds like O157:H7) amongst at least 10 residents. Other details were sparse – which is weird considering it’s such a big university town (that was sarcasm).

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