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Old 04-29-2009, 06:52 PM
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A kid died in the US from the virus.
 
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Old 04-30-2009, 09:27 AM
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A kid died in the US from the virus.
After they carried him across the border to get some of our free medical care. Not the way it was reported, according to the story he was visiting family.

When are we going to take down the bird feeder?
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Old 04-30-2009, 09:32 AM
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After they carried him across the border to get some of our free medical care. Not the way it was reported, according to the story he was visiting family.

When are we going to take down the bird feeder?
Wow, the press slipped that one past me.
 
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Old 04-30-2009, 11:32 AM
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YEah i read about this virus in news paper. its really danger. i want to know in which country this can be attack?
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Old 05-01-2009, 02:36 AM
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YEah i read about this virus in news paper. its really danger. i want to know in which country this can be attack?
Any country can be affected as people travel from one country to another.
 
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:51 AM
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Everyone is becoming more cautious.
In Japan, masks are sold out!
Makes a great fashion statement, too.
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I find it quite funny

First it was Mad Cow disseas / Bird Flu / Pig Flu what's next rat flu ??? something suspecious about this disseaseas ...
 
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Old 05-02-2009, 04:21 AM
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Yeah, I figured that one too. Hmm.... how about dog flu? or cat fever.
These diseases are possibly the backfires of modernization or virus evolution.
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ACtually they are thinking about calling the swine flue something else and now they are saying it has nothing to do with pork.

Go figure. Why were they talking about undercooked pork then?
 
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Go figure. Why were they talking about undercooked pork then?
Yeah, you caught that one too? They got me there -because I'm stumped. CDC did say something about handling raw pork and eating it below 170 degrees F too. They actually said, that it had to be internally heated to that temperature and not only externally. But then they go back and say that you can't get it from eating pork.

Smells fishy to me -no, it smells porky.

I still think that the scare is Politics. Somebody's gonna profit from this one -I'll guarantee that.
 
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Old 05-03-2009, 06:33 AM
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Any meat needs to be cooked properly before eating. You cannot get swine flu from eating pork or even coming into contact with pork.

Swine flu is a virus like any other kind of flu, it is passed on like any other kind of flu. The reason it is called swine flu is that this strain of flu is peculiar to and started in pigs. Like all viruses, it has mutated. While previously it could not be passed on to humans, its mutation has meant this strain has crossed the species barrier and is now harmful to humans. At some point a person or persons caught it from close contact with a live pig and it has spread from that person/s around the world.

Cook the meat properly and wash your hands and all cooking surfaces and implements, (as you would normally) and there is no danger of contracting it from food. The greatest danger at this stage is contracting the flu from other HUMANS!
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They have changed the name from swine flu to the "flue formally known as the swine flu" .

Now they are saying it has nothing todo with the artery clogging high cholesterol meat known has pig,hog, or swine. It all sounds like a skit from pulp fiction.
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H1N1 Flu?

I think some divine intervention just happened. I think it's time that I get more Spiritual. If that wasn't divine intervention, then I don't know what is.
 
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You should just don't think about it and don't travel a lot.
 
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I am really afraid of this,hope it will not happen with me
 
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Supposedly it's up to a million people who have contracted this flu virus now.
 
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