does the Australian Flu make your dizzy head spin the other direction? ~Travis
You could also hypothesize that pharmaceutical companies distributed plain saline while charging for flu vaccine...
"Australian Flu", thats the first time I've ever heard of that strain, but it did come from Australia.It literally got on board a plane and flew to the UK.
The 'strine strain?
"Australian Flu", thats the first time I've ever heard of that strain,
All we will eventually be able to do is broadcast;"Aussie Aussie Aussie"and the whole world will respond;"Oi Oi Oi.."Ohh the power........
not sure if i want you as a guest on my internet radio station, after that comment. ~Travis
I'm So RoneryI'm so ronerySo ronerySo ronery and sadry aroneThere's no oneJust me onrySitting on my rittle throneI work very hard and make up great pransBut nobody ristens, no one understandsSeems that no one takes me serirousryAnd so I'm roneryA little roneryPoor rittre meThere's nobodyI can rerate toFeer rike a bird in a cageIt's kinda sihryBut not rearryBecause it's fihring my body with rageI work rearry hard to stay nice and fitBut none of the women seem to give a shitWhen I rure the world maybe they'rr notice meBut untir then I'rr just be roneryRittre ronery, poor rittre meI'm so roneryI'm so ronery
PS. "Someone has to keep the wheels of commerce turning around here.."
Another problem with flu is secondary infections.I suffer badly from sinuositis, i am dependent on antibiotics and a bad case can have me in bed for many weeks.Luckily i have managed to avoid it for 20 years or so.I recall a comment that existing antibiotics are only three or four mutations of bugs to render them largely useless. EDITThis problem has already become evident with MRSA which is resistant to all antibiotics.What for some is a case of strep throat can become fatal to others.New antibiotics are very seldom found , although there has been a promising discovery in the last few days.Remains to be seen though as promising discoveries seldom pan out.This is a fairly sobering article.https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jan/23/number-of-new-antibiotics-has-fallen-sharply-since-2000
Any yet antibiotics are still being fed to animals !!!!!!!!!
I went from being in good health to being a wreck in under 12 hours because of a bacterial infection. Boy was I glad to get antibiotics and that they were so effective. It made me really appreciate what a fantastic thing they are.