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Pandemic Hysteria Du Jour- The Pharma Terror Chronicles
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CDC in America
CDC in China
CDC in Mexico
They are everywhere.

Global Pandumbdown time.
Media propaganda drumrolls in the latest version of Pig Poo Flu.
Recombinant strain that has bird Whip  and human Dunno

Whistle


something else is happening in Mexico....
I guess they get the CDC Mexican Pig Poo flu,
and we get the CDC soda pop swine flu.


Hey Gard maybe you had the slime flu that then made you acquire a secondary bacterial infection from being Pig foo-ed {immunicompromised}.


That can be the only answer in the Mexican cases that is killing people.
Secondary bacterial infections augmented by the new improved Swine Flu.



Follow the money honey
http://uk.reuters.com/article/governmen ... 6420090424

Venture capital firm set to reap rewards on swine flu
Fri Apr 24, 2009 11:11pm BST

Quote:successful venture capital firms in the United States:
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Thomson Reuters Private Equity Week reported on Friday.

Shares of the two public companies in the firm's portfolio of eight Pandemic
and Bio Defense companies -- BioCryst Pharmaceuticals (BCRX.O) and Novavax (NVAX.O)
-- jumped Friday on news that the swine flu killed a reported 60 people in Mexico
and has infected people in the United States.

The World Health Organization
said the virus appears to be susceptible to Roche's (ROG.VX) flu drug Tamiflu,
also known as oseltamivir,



BioCryst is down nearly 90 percent from its 2006 high of $20.75 per share
and Novavax is down more than 85 percent from a high of $7.98 per share.

Novavax can produce a vaccine from an emergent strain of flu virus in 12 weeks,
according to CEO Rahul Singhvi.
The company has contacted the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
to offer help and is trying to contact the Ministry of Health in Mexico, Singhvi said.

The company uses genetic information and "recombinant, virus-like particle technology"
to rapidly engineer a vaccine.
Its technology has been proven to work in humans during Phase II trials, Singhvi said,
and it might be used in the case of an emergency.

"There is an emergency authorization avenue that is available
that would allow us to use the vaccine in an emergency without further testing,"
said Singhvi.
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Quote:The company uses genetic information and "recombinant, virus-like particle technology"
to rapidly engineer a vaccine.
Its technology has been proven to work in humans during Phase II trials, Singhvi said,
and it might be used in the case of an emergency.

"There is an emergency authorization avenue that is available
that would allow us to use the vaccine in an emergency without further testing,"
said Singhvi.

well that I noticed a while ago this burning post sinus drip I'd acquired every time they'd do a chemtrailing especially the ones they'd do at dusk which is a newly noticed operation for me anyways.

Becky at Pwhores says she had a dream involving 'pork and sickness' a year ago and thinks it may be pork transmitted.

I wonder if there are any Xd out skies in Mexico City? Mexicans are pretty healthy people with wide open pharmacies-if they need specific antibiotics they just go and PURCHASE them, have huge stashes of everything no doubt. And do a lot of old pre-AMA/CDC treatments and old applications of alternative herbs and 'special grandma preparations' like a grandma from Puerto Rico I knew who always carried around a big bottle of Purple Gentian she swore healed everything from hemorrhoids to the plague.

But what I and others have had here that lasts for a good month could be turned out into deadly pneumonia really fast. Green thick sticky mucous trapped below those bronchials is a deadly potential that could get you into those deadly nasty places called hospitals where they can't or don't sterilyze the ventilators and other gear required if you're intubated to breathe. Where you can bring back home all kinds of staph infections etc because they won't treat people with the antibiotics that work and really eradicate the infections you catch from there.

and like always it's the 'kissing, sneezing, breathing' of the masspeople causing this deadly outbreak-don't look up in the sky but someone does-deny...
"Confusion... first sign of a bad relationship-whether personal, societal or governmental"
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#3
I'm sticking with Jane Roberts/Seth's explanation: when living conditions are intolerable due to poverty, endless war, or tyranny, people can take the option to check out together as a form of protest, and epidemics are ideal for that purpose. That's what the Black Plagues were about in Europe, and that's how the 1918 "Spanish" Flu put a stop to WWI.

To me, that makes the CNN media whores look like cheerleaders for delusional boys in white coats who tinker with virus DNA.
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#4
Quote:I'm sticking with Jane Roberts/Seth's explanation: when living conditions are intolerable due to poverty, endless war, or tyranny, people can take the option to check out together as a form of protest, and epidemics are ideal for that purpose. That's what the Black Plagues were about in Europe, and that's how the 1918 "Spanish" Flu put a stop to WWI.

To me, that makes the CNN media whores look like cheerleaders for delusional boys in white coats who tinker with virus DNA.

also the 1918 epidemic was pinned on the humans' GUILT for the horrors of WWI. Emotionally damaged victims of the War Mongers and the results that came back home or didn't come back home.
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#5
The American infections are categorized as "mild"........

The Mexican infections have a 7% death rate, and that is not mild.

Today they admitted on TV that there are slight variations on this "swine flu" going around
and that means there are strains with varying compositions of the viral components.
It reeks of vaccine testing.
Why is bird flu virus recombinating with Pig Poo virus and human virus in the same stew?

The family of one teen in Texas has been quarantined.

All public venues in Mexico City have been canceled.
National soccer games are being played at empty stadiums and recorded.

Odds are good that the flu itself is not the complete killer strain here in the US,
but that may also mean that the viral components are being incorporated into bacterial nuclei and making secondary infections worse.

It probably makes you extremely susceptible to secondary bacterial infections.

Odds are also good that it has been going around for more than a month.

Remember SARs?
It was here today and gone tomorrow.
This one might be different.
The swine flu vaccine tests may be initialized in Mexico.
It will be interesting to see how the Mexicamn govt. handles this,
not to mention each and every US state where there is an outbreak.

This CDC vaccine testing venue will be very interesting because it already involves quarantine of family in one case,
and awaiting results from NYC school where 75 kids were sickened with flu.

Now they are telling everybody with "flu symptoms" to go in and be tested.

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right........ like they will prescribe me Tamiflu, or quarantine my ass.

I will self quarantine before I catch the Mexi-Pig-Poo-Flu.
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#6
Or the Mexicans were given the one that does them in so Americans want to be customers, and the Americans got the one that doesn't do them in because killing your customers is bad for business. And besides, everyone knows Mexicans are poor and can't afford the stuff anyway.

I could be paranoid (indeed I am) but what good is having a tinfoil helmet if you don't stick it on your head occasionally.

And the CDC will be along shortly to explain to us that is just what happens when birds crap in pigpens anyway.
&quot;Yes, as through this world I've wandered I've seen lots of funny men;<br />Some will rob you with a six-gun, and some with a fountain pen.&quot; <br />(Woody Guthrie, &quot;Pretty Boy Floyd&quot;)
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#7
Quote:And the CDC will be along shortly
to explain to us that is just what happens when birds crap in pigpens anyway.

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excerpts from link
http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2009 ... -flu_N.htm

President Felipe Calderón issued a decree
allowing the federal health department to enter homes and forcibly quarantine people,
and the authorities ordered all schools closed until May 6 in the capital
and neighboring Mexico State.

Health officials were urging people to wear surgical masks in public,
avoid contact with other people
and forgo kissing each other on the cheek,
a traditional greeting in Mexico.

On Tamaulipas street in Mexico City's trendy Condesa neighborhood,
bars and restaurants were deserted as residents stayed home.

Outside the Zydeco Bar,
manager Jair Ascencio and a half-dozen bartenders and waiters killed time
by watching passing traffic.
Inside, there were four customers and a room full of empty tables during happy hour.

"It's a panic, a psychosis, and it's hurting the country economically," Ascenscio said.

In the suburb of Atizapan,
a VIPs chain restaurant that is normally packed at lunch hour was quiet.
Of 42 tables, only 10 were occupied.

"We're seeing a fifth of our normal business," said maitre'd Juan González.
"Everyone's afraid to come out."

Health officials ordered some 500 cultural and sporting events cancelled

=============================



check this out.

In my link earlier on vaccine producers ready to benefit on Pig Poo flu, was listed Novavax.
Here in this link is a Novavax "ready to go picture gallery" of Mexico City people in masks...
picture after picture after picture with propaganda captions
http://indepth.news.sky.com/InDepth/top ... vavax,_Inc.

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http://article.wn.com/view/2009/04/01/N ... _infusion/
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#8
Unemployment must be down: apparently they are hiring more help and working double shifts at the government fear factories.
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#9
Mayor Bloomberg in NYC today:

close quote:

"....If you have sniffles, a slight fever or a scratchy throat,
stay home,
don't go to work,
don't go to school...."

Rofl

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/first10 ... swine-flu/
The incubation period for swine flu is 24-48 hours.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs
said despite reports Obama did not have a medical exam since
it's been nine days since he left Mexico.

Gibbs said earlier Sunday that now is not the time to panic.
Sheep Sheep Sheep Sheep Naughty Naughty Naughty
http://www.naturalnews.com/025760.html
Vaccines as Biological Weapons?
Live Avian Flu Virus Placed in Baxter Vaccine Materials Sent to 18 Countries


Deerfield, Illinois-based pharmaceutical company Baxter International Inc.
has just been caught shipping live avian flu viruses
mixed with vaccine material to medical distributors in 18 countries.
The "mistake" (if you can call it that, see below...)
was discovered by the National Microbiology Laboratory in Canada.
The World Health Organization
was alerted and panic spread throughout the vaccine community
as health experts asked the obvious question:
How could this have happened?

As published on LifeGen.de (http://www.lifegen.de/newsip/showne...),
serious questions like this are being raised:

"Baxter International Inc. in Austria
'unintentionally contaminated samples with the bird flu virus
that were used in laboratories in 3 neighbouring countries,
raising concern about the potential spread of the deadly disease'.
Austria, Germany, Slowenia and the Czech Republic -
these are the countries in which labs were hit with dangerous viruses.
Not by bioterrorist commandos, but by Baxter.
In other words:
One of the major global pharmaceutical players seems to have lost control over a virus
which is considered by many virologists
to be one of the components leading some day to a new pandemic."

Or, put another way, Baxter is acting a whole lot like a biological terrorism organization
these days, sending deadly viral samples around the world.
If you mail an envelope full of anthrax to your Senator,
you get arrested as a terrorist.
So why is Baxter -- which mailed samples of a far more deadly viral strain to labs
around the world -- getting away with saying, essentially, "Oops?"

But there's a bigger question in all this:
How could this company have accidentally mixed LIVE avian flu viruses
(both H5N1 and H3N2, the human form) in this vaccine material?

Was the viral contamination intentional?
The shocking answer is that this couldn't have been an accident.
Why? Because Baxter International adheres to something called BSL3
(Biosafety Level 3) -
a set of laboratory safety protocols that prevent the cross-contamination of materials.
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#10
Quote:a set of laboratory safety protocols that prevent the cross-contamination of materials.


Ok, let's talk about reality now, instead of fantasy land wishful thinking which passes as science.

Have any of you worked in a lab? What kind of mental geniuses did you find in the white coats that did that actual work in that lab? Not the alphabet soup doctorates that sit upstairs in the plushy chairs, but the actual people who do the work.

I worked at the Red Cross, where there should be the highest focus on protocals. Let me assure you that the lab tech that is handling that blood bag and is responsible for its marking and transportation to the hospital for your surgery is suffering from a hangover and possibly still half drunk from the night before. Any of the other lab techs or data entry people (my position there) who confronts the lack of diligence in them actually following the written protocals they say they follow? Well, we don't have jobs with them any more. That should tell you something right there.

These are humans we are talking about, and there will always be human error, ineptitude, stupidity, sleepiness, politics, personalities, laziness, etc. that will cause a break in the protocals.
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Quote:
Quote:a set of laboratory safety protocols that prevent the cross-contamination of materials.


Ok, let's talk about reality now, instead of fantasy land wishful thinking which passes as science.

Have any of you worked in a lab? What kind of mental geniuses did you find in the white coats that did that actual work in that lab? Not the alphabet soup doctorates that sit upstairs in the plushy chairs, but the actual people who do the work.

I worked at the Red Cross, where there should be the highest focus on protocals. Let me assure you that the lab tech that is handling that blood bag and is responsible for its marking and transportation to the hospital for your surgery is suffering from a hangover and possibly still half drunk from the night before. Any of the other lab techs or data entry people (my position there) who confronts the lack of diligence in them actually following the written protocals they say they follow? Well, we don't have jobs with them any more. That should tell you something right there.

These are humans we are talking about, and there will always be human error, ineptitude, stupidity, sleepiness, politics, personalities, laziness, etc. that will cause a break in the protocals.

This is true, many labs have big problems with people following protocal, there was research done on this and just reading about it scares me be cause these people are mishandleing, mislabeling, etc the various germs and viruses, and you know that when there has been multiple instances of someone getting sick with one of them and not telling anyone, we have a problem. This is happening at various labs across the country(not just the sick part), that there hasnt been an outbreak of something they handle because of these slip ups is almost amazing.
Quote:No mountain is too tall if your first step is belief. -Anonymous
...Because even if there were no artifacts anywhere, not studying things of interest is an extreme disservice to science. -Tarius
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#12
They hire the cheapest help possible for labs, who do stupid shit like store their lunches in the refrigerators where all kinds of nasty toxic samples are kept.
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#13
Quote:They hire the cheapest help possible for labs, who do stupid shit like store their lunches in the refrigerators where all kinds of nasty toxic samples are kept.


Exactly! They tend to be the next-to-lowest pay scale, and in my experience are usually students in school while trying to get a degree in something. And how many responsible college students do you know? I'm not saying it is 100%, but considering the risk, it is ridiculous. And just like with all things - hospitals, doctors, lawyers, legal system, government, politics...they lie to us and lead us to believe it is something it is NOT.

And that reminds me - I'm really getting a kick out of the fact that every freakin' office you go to anymore you have to sign a form that says you read their confidentiality agreement - which is supposed to tell me how they will not give out my information - when in fact there is no system in place to protect any of my privacy. Any office personnel can get into their computer system, and now medical personnel only have to say that they need the information for emergency reasons, and like magic you have no privacy. More lies to lull us into a coma.
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#14
Quote: More lies to lull us into a coma.

I think the majority of the planet is in one already.

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#15
Quote:They hire the cheapest help possible for labs, who do stupid shit like store their lunches in the refrigerators where all kinds of nasty toxic samples are kept.


I've only known one person who worked in a lab-and she was a county lab tech who did the really scary lab tests on sputums for like... RABIES... and they were all really shocked when they got HEP C from wearing their lab coats while they had lunch with their lunches stored in the same refrigerators as their samples. They at least stopped wearing their lab coats outside to restaurants and stuff after they all caught HEP C.

that was so dirty and stupid I didn't respect her anymore after she told me that one. I never had dinner at her place for an example of my disrespect for her lack of conscious hygiene.
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#16
I heard one lab horror story about the receptionist getting killed because they didn't chain up the gas tanks. A big tank of compressed something fell over and the regulator broke off, causing it to shoot through the wall like a rocket and hit the poor woman sitting at her desk.
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#17
Quote:I heard one lab horror story about the receptionist getting killed because they didn't chain up the gas tanks. A big tank of compressed something fell over and the regulator broke off, causing it to shoot through the wall like a rocket and hit the poor woman sitting at her desk.

Thats not so much a lab horror story as a general horror story.
Quote:No mountain is too tall if your first step is belief. -Anonymous
...Because even if there were no artifacts anywhere, not studying things of interest is an extreme disservice to science. -Tarius
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Quote:[quote author="Samurai Jane"]I heard one lab horror story about the receptionist getting killed because they didn't chain up the gas tanks. A big tank of compressed something fell over and the regulator broke off, causing it to shoot through the wall like a rocket and hit the poor woman sitting at her desk.

Thats not so much a lab horror story as a general horror story.[/quote]


If I have heard one man who uses tanks of gas say it once, I've heard them say it a dozen times 'nahhh it's okay like that-unless you knock the regulator off it's not like it's going to take off like a... missile or anything!'... as they're half assedly loading up fully charged big propane tanks in my little truck equipped with massive bungy tie downs so they don't move let alone jostle or god forbid! fall down while I'M driving them around.
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#19
CDC Discovers Vector For Birdie Piggie Flu

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I would have maybe accepted that Mexico isn't as well stocked on Tamiflu, but the experts continue to claim they're baffled why it seems less fatal in the USA.
&quot;Yes, as through this world I've wandered I've seen lots of funny men;<br />Some will rob you with a six-gun, and some with a fountain pen.&quot; <br />(Woody Guthrie, &quot;Pretty Boy Floyd&quot;)
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#20
Just in case ya missed the coinky dinky synchy links regarding the Swine Flu, please see the latest post in the Mothman Buddy thread...

The Swine Flew (flu) Prophecy: brought to you by Roger Waters and the Pink Floyd Pig

http://www.keithlaney.net/TheHiddenMissi...&start=152
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#21
Anybody remember.....AIG?........Bank Bailouts?.....Torture documents?....NFL draft?.....

Pandemic Distraction du Jour

It is a Pandemic marathon at CNN,
nonstop step by step accounting of every positive test result in every country....
Dr This and Dr That, Dr Quick and Dr Quack,
tomorrow the senate hears from the CDC Kahuna Dr Fauci.
It is a Pharma Circus

Live on CNN
Global Pandemic Toilet Training for the Masses
1. wash your hands Scream
3. stay home if you are sick Hmm2

36000 people die each year of influenza in the USA...........
and now we have 24 hour a day coverage of Swine Flu,
complete with an intense TV push propagandising future vaccine readiness for "predictable" potential pandemic viruses.

the little CDC cartoons are on CNN now with bird flu and graphic arrows pointed at pigs,
funny though....
congested hog farms are all over the world in far more prevalent bird flu areas.....

The kids in NYC got sick from visiting Cancun area , not Mexico City.

At least they are all talking about the lack of flu severity and deaths here in the US
and the amount of deaths in Mexico openly.
Even CNN Pharmastooge Dr Sanjay Goofta offered the premise of a more deadly strain.
So CNN sent him to Mexico City and now he is nauseatingly forever on the air on CNN,
in a cesspool of humanity fighting over N-95 masks.


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interesting article on Gupta when he was in the running for Stoogeon General
excerpts
http://www.notmytribe.com/2009/dr-sanja ... #more-5935
Dr Sanjay Gupta the US Quack General?

Gupta has also proven to be an outspoken advocate of Gardasil,
the tragically flawed inoculation being foisted upon our nation’s young girls.

More recently Gupta was the chief critic of Michael Moore’s health care documentary SICKO.
Gupta led the corporate media charge to discredit Moore’s scathing assessment of the corrupt US medical system.

To call Dr. Sanjay Gupta a quack would do disservice to chiropractors.
He’s in a league with Republican Bill Frist.

Maybe being a CNN talking head comes with having to shill for whoever are your advertisers.
at CNN, that would be the pharmaceutical advertisers, the HMOs and the insurance companies.

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you can get boxes of several hundred real cheap
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you can buy boxes of 10 , 20 , 30 masks at a time
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and hand them out to:
That unpopular labor force north of the border these days.....lol
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#22
Quote:And the CDC will be along shortly to explain to us that is just what happens when birds crap in pigpens anyway.

That's where communicable diseases came from in the first place: domesticated farm animals. They won't say a damn thing about how new influenza strains (the natural ones, anyway) originate in China because they keep swine and ducks together and perpetuate a pig/bird/human flu mutation cycle.
And it's totally not flu season. This strain had to have come from Bastards International. They turned this shit loose on Mexico to head off a revolt.
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#23
Wow! Barry asks for $1.8 billion to fight this flu and the first thing that becomes an issue is the name. WTF?

Maybe V can tweak up a 'name that flu' version of this pick.
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And maybe sarafina could break out her slide rule and tell us how many zeros are after the decimal in the percentage of people on the planet that have this flu. (my calculator can't handle dividing less than a hundred by 6 plus billion).

Anywho...related stories.

http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2009/04/ ... co865.html
http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2009/04/2 ... ge028.html

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#24
Quote:(my calculator can't handle dividing less than a hundred by 6 plus billion).

Pennywise
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#25
Quote: Pennywise

So your vote is for Bunny Flu™ and you want Bill Murray to play Tom Kennedy in the movie version of Name That Flu™?

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#26
Ok...I can Name That Flu Johnny!!

Can I get the next clue?

How many human sacrifices does it take to get to the center of the of the next worm hole?

Umm... <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/hmm2.gif" alt="Hmm2" title="hmm2" /> = I'm going with....666 Johnny?

Ok....Then let's Name That Flu!

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Arnold Ziffel?

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#27
Daily Mail article:
Hundreds of Brits 'will get swine flu in weeks'... and pandemic could strike 40% of us

By Daniel Martin
Last updated at 1:59 AM on 29th April 2009

* Comments (135)
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Drastic steps: Clerks are trained how to use respiratory protection masks in Oakland, California, to avoid possible infection

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autious: An airport official checks a thermal camera which monitors the body temperature of passengers at Tan Son Nhat Airport in Vietnam

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Taking no chances: Quarantine officials preparing to board a flight from Chicago at Tokyo's Narita International Airport in Japan

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... 40-us.html
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#28
Geez, can they terrorize us with anything else? Is it going to rain fish tomorrow too?

What is the deal - why are they hitting us so hard right now with the emotional barrage? Is it only because they want to steal all the money? It seems like they already got away with that. Afraid that somebody might wake up and start thinking, "Hey, what the..." unless they bombard us with mental warfare?

God, give it a rest already! We've already collectively surrendered, what else do they want?

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#29
Quote:Geez, can they terrorize us with anything else? Is it going to rain fish tomorrow too?

What is the deal - why are they hitting us so hard right now with the emotional barrage? Is it only because they want to steal all the money? It seems like they already got away with that. Afraid that somebody might wake up and start thinking, "Hey, what the..." unless they bombard us with mental warfare?

God, give it a rest already! We've already collectively surrendered, what else do they want?

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yeah the fly through joyride nobody knew about in Manhattan and Newark had to be chilling to those who were just WORKING FOR A LIVING-LIVING THEIR LIVES TODAY EH?
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#30
Quote:yeah the fly through joyride nobody knew about in Manhattan and Newark had to be chilling to those who were just WORKING FOR A LIVING-LIVING THEIR LIVES TODAY EH?

Exactly. And those images that you posted above, am I the only one that has a visceral response to those photos? And that is even knowing that I'm being played - they still manage to manipulate my emotions, and I hate them for it. Leave me the hell alone already!



Or is it just that time of year for the LOOSH harvest?
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#31
Quote:
Quote:yeah the fly through joyride nobody knew about in Manhattan and Newark had to be chilling to those who were just WORKING FOR A LIVING-LIVING THEIR LIVES TODAY EH?

Exactly. And those images that you posted above, am I the only one that has a visceral response to those photos? And that is even knowing that I'm being played - they still manage to manipulate my emotions, and I hate them for it. Leave me the hell alone already!



Or is it just that time of year for the LOOSH harvest?

I don't get what the Japanese crash team are supposed to be doing... a check on the plane passengers or what? like traveling on a plane isn't sick making enough?

maybe this will force the tight wad plane profiteers to figure out how to get some fresh air onboard? I read a piece saying how the air exchange brings in air off the engines or some shit and it is very sick inducing, like what 'jet lag' is really all about.

awww the good old daze when you could get about 4 packs worth of smoke in transit on a long flight to like Hawaii... and do hits in the bathrooms and nobody'd arrest you for it.
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I thought these were like business clerks, but I suppose they are hospital clerks in OAKLAND... didn't think there were too many white people working in Oakland. Maybe the hospitals will clean up their dirty MRSA, STAPH infected nasty hospitals with crusty bed rails and infections off the charts?

nahhhhh unless you couldn't breathe at all why would anyone go to a hospital with the flu? Didn't everybody read THE STAND?
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#33
Quote:nahhhhh unless you couldn't breathe at all why would anyone go to a hospital with the flu? Didn't everybody read THE STAND?


Because everyone is terrified by the nonstop images burned into their brains and being told we're all going to DIE!! I imagine anyone with even a sniffle is running to a medical professional - just to be sure.
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