H1N1... Is that all there is? - Willdood.com

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Well, there we go. Swine flu is taking over. The H1N1 virus is in
Canada, and now we're doomed.



Oh wait.

I almost forgot to mention that this is just a new version of the regular old disease known as the flu, and we're perfectly capable of stopping it. The only reason to be scared is the people who may drive you insane with their inane rambling about the "danger" of this disease. The reason that lots of people are dying is simple: Poor health conditions. Mexico does not have the healthcare power of Canada and the U.S., and therefore is more capable of getting a bad viral infection from the virus. The flu is at the same danger level as H1N1, because, you see, it IS possible to die from the regular flu, just like the new snazzy version of the classic disease. The main fear factor is the major media influence. The major news networks like CNN are acting like this is the apocalypse. The very dangerous infections weren't very important in the list of newsmakers, because if you remember SARS, you will notice that the media is blowing this WAY out of proportion. SARS was a disease which created severe respiratory problems. H1N1 is a minor flu epidemic.

Now tell me, is it really that bad?

This is another post typed, another update made, another media affair overdone. This is Willdood, signing off while news anchors are signing in.


swine flu only killed 21 people. and 20 died from the vaccination, so only one from the flu itself. and sars only killed 2 peple


Actually, SARS was a major killer, and H1N1 has killed 141 last time I checked, and that was a while ago. Your information is correct in the canadian levels, but world levels are completely different.


I agree with willdood.



Sars. only 774. Out of the billions of the people on this planet. half a million people die from the normal flu every year. Its not a big deal what so ever



Both are diseases. They kill people. Period. Or comma, whichever tyou prefer ;)


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