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Glad you enjoyed it too, BB!
Good! Sorry I've been away so much, I am getting a firsthand taste of H1N1. I did a whole long post about it at KOOK's. Here in FL, swine flu is responsible for 98% of all hospitalizations. When that flu finds it's way into a family home or workplace, everyone catches it. It seems to like our warm rainy weather here. I hope H1N1 spares the rest of you as it is less than fun. I didn't get a bad case of swine flu, but it still knocked me out cold when it hit. The one good thing about this is that I now have natural immunity to it. I did a post because the full flu came on very suddenly. Had it hit me while driving a car or swimming, it could have been fatal. I have not heard anything on the news about H1N1's sudden onset. That is something people should know about. I hope all is well on your end. I'll be back now more as I am feeling better gradually.
So glad you're on the mend, Andrew! Haven't heard too much here about H1N1. A few cases. Isn't it ironic how it's going full blown just on the cusp of the vaccine being released? Not that I'm paranoid... :-D
Crap, Crapity, crap, crap, crap!Hi BOF:that made my day! Totally hilarious.Obugger should change his name to CRAP, cause that's what he's full of! Luv ya,thx for the laugh.
BOF: You are more than welcome, hon! I thought it was pretty good. Might have to watch it again after the game today. UGH!Much love to you too, sweetie!
If Obama changes his name to crap, then I will call my turds obama's. That would be really rude to call Mr Hankey Obama though. Honestly, obama would insult #2s from all over the country by calling himself that. Honestly, has feces done anywhere near the harm to this country that Obama has? I say no as "chocolate trout" often becomes valuable fertilizer. Did leave out any good names for "Obamas?"
By the way, H1N1 is rampant locally but our humid rainy climate, abundant Mosquitos away from the beaches, and daily rains make a perfect environment for infections to flourish here in the summer. H1N1 is in no way widespread nationally. Our Flu season is summer here, as in the winter, the humidity drops, rains stop, Mosquitos die. It does not get cold enough to be stressful to us so we get some flu from up north but not as bad as the majority of you that live in mid lattitudes with cold winters. Actually it is probably good that I got it now because now I am immune to it. Those who don't get swine flu early won't have an immunity to it later if it becomes a much more serious illness. Now there is no reason for me to get a shot for it as I have now got a natural resistance to it.
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