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that is a pretty funny graphic..
what is funnier, that no travel ban has been made or any mention of an earth quack on CNN... how bizarre
These Mexican's have some serious friends in high places.. over 150 dead because of a infectious illness.
What bothers me the most:
that Toronto was so damaged by Sars and the 40 that died.. over 150 dead in Mexico and no travel ban..
odd i would say.. Toronto was pushed into a recession, Theatre business was devastated and shut down, still yet to recover. Not going to even mention the tourism in TO is still recovering..
It is amazing how things operate and the double standards that occurs.
I hope that they do find a cure for this flu soon. But i guess i will never understand politics.
in the words of David Miller " if you have to sneeze, use your sleeve" LOL
good luck in China Town with that one.
I used to work Downtown Toronto - China town, no one ever covered up.. also most of them held a parking metre with one hand and the other plugged one nostril and blew the contents of the other spraying every where..
Last edited by macintosh doctor; Apr 28th, 2009 at 03:50 PM.
I did hear they are working on developing a vaccine, so surely if this makes a "come back" next winter we should be ready if it follows the 1918 pattern as mentioned...
I've never gotten a flu shot and have survived quite nicely, but it this instance I believe I would do so. I hope to think that our medical knowledge and technology has advanced enough to avoid another 1918 disaster.
"The question that sometimes drives me hazy: Am I, or the others crazy?" - Albert Einstein