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    This is a moment of great understanding

    Post by amaterasu

    Okay, so out of boredom, I go to read the news on cbc.ca because I live in canada, and this is our average news station and all.


    but this article appeared
    http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2009/12/10/h1n1-pandemics-study.html#socialcomments


    Now, if you're like me, and find the comments to be the most interesting part of the page, then maybe you will see how many people just knew it all along, or something like that, also, <- I did not get a needle for this Virus/pandemic/flu

    Did you guys?
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 21:32 by sabaku no ketsueki

    Shall I make an immune system joke?

    No. Not this time.

    Haha, of course the British figure it out. Though a 2% fatality rate for the 1918 pandemic seems very low.
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 21:39 by quater

    It is very low.

    I've been ignoring this H1N1 crap for a year now~

    http://www.fox11online.com/dpp/news/local_greenbay_swine_flu_in_the_70s_20090501_rev1

    Oh look. H1N1 was around 30 years ago, too ^
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 21:46 by sabaku no ketsueki

    It's not that bad. The media made a huge deal out of it, too. I only got slightly worried during those 2 days when half the school was out sick.

    Ama, you were one of them! Irony!

    And then they get the vaccine to our school AFTER the whole mess is over. Makes sense? Not really.
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 21:50 by quater

    Its government for ya, Saba.
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 21:54 by sabaku no ketsueki

    Very true.
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 22:04 by amaterasu

    But I wasn't out because I had the swine flu.


    Not officially anyway, I had flu like symptoms that were not that bad, but my mother made me stay home because there was a threat to being infected on the last day there where there were hardly anyone at our school. Looking back, it makes less sense now
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 22:22 by sabaku no ketsueki

    Still! Irony!
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    Post on Thu Dec 10 2009, 22:26 by amaterasu

    wait, how so?

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