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Old 04-27-2009, 05:46 AM
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Swine flu

What does everybody think? Are you southern border residents worried? Taking precautions?


U.S. Declares Public Health Emergency in Wake of Swine Flu - First 100 Days of Presidency - Politics FOXNews.com
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Old 04-27-2009, 06:58 AM
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I read where they are considering a name change...............Bacon Fever.
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Not to worry. Napolitano is hot on the case. We're saved.

Maybe now they can understand why an open border with a third world country does not work.
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Old 04-27-2009, 07:20 AM
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I read where they are considering a name change...............Bacon Fever.


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Not to worry. Napolitano is hot on the case. We're saved.

Maybe now they can understand why an open border with a third world country does not work.
That's true, I forgot about Aunt Janet

Amazing they won't even close the border for an outbreak of a deadly ailment, they will NEVER close it, unless WE clear the scum out of the White House, and close it ourselves
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Old 04-27-2009, 07:46 AM
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Oink Oink Oink Oink I think I have swine flu oink oink oink yeppers I am sick over bacon oink oink oink.

Seriously though I think people are getting scared for no reason. You got the chicken flu, cow clue, and now swine flu. It is all influenza just different strains that react differently to vaccines.

On a side note though. It is our own fault for having these strong viruses around. Being we keep going to the doctor to get antibiotics for our kids and selves. If your sick stay the heck home, rest for a couple days and then get back to the daily grind. No need to go to work sick and get everyone else sick.

If your kid is sick keep them home from school for a couple days. Don't run to the doctor. Pump some oj in the youngin make them stay inside and rest. Time and rest is the key to get rid of an illness.

Running off to the doctor for medications only makes our immune system weaker. If your body does not have its own anti bodies built up. Then it is more likely you will get sick.

I rarely get sick and I have found out that when I think I am sick it is allergies more then an illness.

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Old 04-27-2009, 07:57 AM
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Oink Oink Oink Oink I think I have swine flu oink oink oink yeppers I am sick over bacon oink oink oink.

Seriously though I think people are getting scared for no reason. You got the chicken flu, cow clue, and now swine flu. It is all influenza just different strains that react differently to vaccines.

On a side note though. It is our own fault for having these strong viruses around. Being we keep going to the doctor to get antibiotics for our kids and selves. If your sick stay the heck home, rest for a couple days and then get back to the daily grind. No need to go to work sick and get everyone else sick.

If your kid is sick keep them home from school for a couple days. Don't run to the doctor. Pump some oj in the youngin make them stay inside and rest. Time and rest is the key to get rid of an illness.

Running off to the doctor for medications only makes our immune system weaker. If your body does not have its own anti bodies built up. Then it is more likely you will get sick.

I rarely get sick and I have found out that when I think I am sick it is allergies more then an illness.
I agree with that

I'm the same way, I'll catch a cold, but it usually is gone pretty quickly
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Old 04-27-2009, 08:09 AM
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Well I am sick, and they closed a school a mile from me for the swine flu... OH SH!T!
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Old 04-27-2009, 08:14 AM
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Oh and I never ever get the flu shot. Again all your doing is making your immune system weaker.

When you get the flu shot, your getting last years most seen or treated strain of the flu. It is a small dose of it so your body can build anti bodies to fight it off. The problem is the specialists that come up with this shot. Have no clue what flu strain will be the most active. So getting the flu shot only causes the flue strains to mutate and create a new strain of the flu. There for the flu shot is actually useless.
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I live about 30 miles from the border of Mexico and I'm not worried about it at all..
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It's a government cover-up.
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