We can chalk it up to advancing age, but we find that we repeat ourselves more often as we get older and more redundant. This dynamic is surely exacerbated by our insistence on use of the first person plural and the multiple posters here, who lack a Borg-like collective consciousness. We have already posted twice this year on exclusions of Dr. Blond by Judge Middlebrooks in the Trasylol MDL. Perhaps the latest decision is not so different than the prior decisions, but we have enjoyed reading decisions out of Trasylol since the memorable evisceration of noted author and serial “prostilocutor,” Suzanne Parisian, in In re Trasylol Products Liability Litigation, 709 F. Supp. 2d 1323 (S.D. Fla. 2010). Besides, decisions rejecting facile calls to “differential diagnosis” as a stamp of a reliable causation opinion have more use than awkward puns in our post titles. Being punny matters, but kicking out the sort of “significant contributing factor” causation opinions that are often offered in drug cases matters more.