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<<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following the MERS approaching PANDEMIC: it is now here>>>

 
MzTreeChick

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Hey Arkay, Just having a few rough days this week. I have gradually being improving this year so I'm surprised but also grateful the bad days didn't hit earlier.
Sometimes can't get to the computer desk so I just use a small device to surf the web from the uncomfort of the lounge hehehe.

ANYWOO, back on topic, sort of... I came across the following which I find concerning due to Australia's sheep farming.

news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16172204

A new virus is causing lambs to be born with deformities so severe that they die within seconds.
It is thought midges brought the Schmallenberg virus to Britain from continental Europe last autumn.

The foetuses of newly-pregnant ewes bitten by the insects often fail to develop properly.

At Mayfield Farm near Mildenhall in Suffolk, 75 of the 1,700 lambs born so far this year were affected
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... in West Sussex the virus has been found not just in sheep but also cattle. Most lambs and calves are born in the spring so for many farmers it is a waiting game.

"It's a new virus so we just don't know what's going to happen," said Mr Kemble.

"It may be we have seen the peak already but what we may be seeing is the tip of the iceberg and it's just going to get worse and worse."

Farmers do not even have to tell the authorities although they are advised to provide samples. At one farm, a quarter of all lambs were affected.

sheep sheep sheep

* madcow disease
* birdflu
* swineflu
* lamb virus??? what have they done/are they doing to our animals?
* Eat recycled food, it's good for the environment and O.K for you. (Judge Dredd)
arkay (OP)

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02/21/2012 08:48 PM

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Hey Arkay, Just having a few rough days this week. I have gradually being improving this year so I'm surprised but also grateful the bad days didn't hit earlier.
Sometimes can't get to the computer desk so I just use a small device to surf the web from the uncomfort of the lounge hehehe.

ANYWOO, back on topic, sort of... I came across the following which I find concerning due to Australia's sheep farming.

news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16172204

A new virus is causing lambs to be born with deformities so severe that they die within seconds.
It is thought midges brought the Schmallenberg virus to Britain from continental Europe last autumn.

The foetuses of newly-pregnant ewes bitten by the insects often fail to develop properly.

At Mayfield Farm near Mildenhall in Suffolk, 75 of the 1,700 lambs born so far this year were affected
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... in West Sussex the virus has been found not just in sheep but also cattle. Most lambs and calves are born in the spring so for many farmers it is a waiting game.

"It's a new virus so we just don't know what's going to happen," said Mr Kemble.

"It may be we have seen the peak already but what we may be seeing is the tip of the iceberg and it's just going to get worse and worse."

Farmers do not even have to tell the authorities although they are advised to provide samples. At one farm, a quarter of all lambs were affected.

sheep sheep sheep

* madcow disease
* birdflu
* swineflu
* lamb virus??? what have they done/are they doing to our animals?
 Quoting: MzTreeChick


Well first up, so good to see you back here.

Im deeply saddened to hear that you are unwell, my heart goes out to you, and I genuinely wish that there was something that I could do for you.

This isnt right.



Like you, I find this story absolutely astounding, and frightening, these things seem to be coming at us from all directions.

I know that this sounds depressing but, are we all going to go through the direct attack from some lethal virus, or is some other exotic virus going to kill off our food sources, and finish us off through starvation?

I read today that Monsantos GM Corn is being suspected of being the cause of human organ failure.

Where are we going?
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Bogota: Mysterious infection kills 1 soldier; 19 in quarantine (Link) ... 2012's second bird flu death confirmed (Link) .... (Note: It's stated that the strain isn't H5N1 but yet the hospitals have been put on alert. .... by an undetermined type of flu, a doctor at the Military Hospital in Bogota told the newspaper.
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Hi Anon...(the pom)

Can I call you that or does it offend you, I would hate to be responsible for causing you any disscomfort.

Its my Aussie crappy sense of humour and lets face it..Aussies and Poms have been mortal enemies since you shipped all of us over here :)

But back to the real issues here.

Also the one from Bali.

When I started this thread, it progressed for a bit, then things seemed to be settling, but now?

This is looking more and more like it is growing.

Another thing that I have noticed from that site is that they seem to be screening information on H5N1.

Your link...[link to www.kid-mask.com]

from the previous page is very alarming to read.

It appears that there could be many more people with the virus, but at this stage they in the earlier stages of their infections.
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offtopic a little bit.

Unfortunately GMO's are in most things, the big M also makes roundup (another for you to research if you haven't already), so a few months ago started my own organic vege patch, hubby hadn't tasted a REAL tomato in decades and couldn't get enough of them. I USE NO PESTICIDES, I encourage spiders to keep the insects down, and sacrifice lettuce & capscium for the grasshoppers to minimise damage to my other veges. onion smells amazing & my corn has started to grow nicely.

GMO's, fluoride, aspartame etc ALL have negitive effects on our bodies & immune systems, animals also are feed GMO's & given huge amounts of antibiotics, which we then ingest. Vaccines also compromise the immune system.

BACK ON TOPIC we are then easy prey for disease & viruses like H5N1. wall
* Eat recycled food, it's good for the environment and O.K for you. (Judge Dredd)
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offtopic a little bit.

Unfortunately GMO's are in most things, the big M also makes roundup (another for you to research if you haven't already), so a few months ago started my own organic vege patch, hubby hadn't tasted a REAL tomato in decades and couldn't get enough of them. I USE NO PESTICIDES, I encourage spiders to keep the insects down, and sacrifice lettuce & capscium for the grasshoppers to minimise damage to my other veges. onion smells amazing & my corn has started to grow nicely.

GMO's, fluoride, aspartame etc ALL have negitive effects on our bodies & immune systems, animals also are feed GMO's & given huge amounts of antibiotics, which we then ingest. Vaccines also compromise the immune system.

BACK ON TOPIC we are then easy prey for disease & viruses like H5N1. wall
 Quoting: MzTreeChick


Our gardens sound quite similar!!

I use garlic in all the beds and it does seem to help heaps.

But alas, I am guilty of using some snail pellets, never go near any of the glyphosates etc and am lucky to have gotten my "base" soil from a very deep sandy loam excavation so almost no weeds.

It took a heap to get the Ph right but we're there now, will be composting from now on.

Have a look at a worm farm, best fertilizer ever and they steralize the waste you give then too.

Sorry, but Ive got to go out now...chores!!

Be back sometime soon..

YOU STAY WELL...OK?
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02/22/2012 05:31 AM
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[link to www.kltv.com]
does anyone else get the feeling that authorities are censoring this ????
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02/22/2012 05:35 AM
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does anyone else get the feeling that authorities are censoring this ????
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Three East Texas women die after suffering from similar flu like symptoms.

Now their families want answers.

43-year old Debra Rust of Gilmer died November 21 just hours after coming down with a high fever, vomiting, and chills.

Within nine days two other Longview women had died after suffering from similar symptoms.



His wife of 20-years died November 21-st.

The cause of death still unknown.

"She woke up that morning about two o'clock in the morning. Freezing, shaking all over just hurting," recalls Ronald Rust about the morning of November 21st.

Debbie's temperature was about 102.


Four days later 42-year old Cheryl Bothwell of Longview died.

Five days after that on November 30th 17-year old Ashley Taylor was also pronounced dead.

Ashley too had suffered from vomiting, diarrhea, high fever and eventually began having trouble breathing.

For all three women no cause of death is listed on their death certificates.

something not right here or am i just being paranoid
arkay (OP)

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wow..I just typed in a huge post and it vanished...
so...what is going on here?


I'll come back tomorrow and try again.

its a lost cause but beauty sleep is no longer a consideration...its more like maintanence...
so have a laugh at that..I do..and its honest too...!!!

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does anyone else get the feeling that authorities are censoring this ????
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you bet...that was the big post that dissapeared...be back soon
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does anyone else get the feeling that authorities are censoring this ????
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you bet...that was the big post that dissapeared...be back soon
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I cant imagine how GLP can allow that to happen...but I have seen these complaints before...someone is playing games!
arkay (OP)

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Trinity...
Can have a look at this please.
this is happening far too frequently of late...no dissrespect meant...but you own this and we have a right to know if you are able to keep this site secure..!

too many threads being accused of being deleted....whats with that?

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wow..I just typed in a huge post and it vanished...
so...what is going on here?

bugger this..

I'll come back tomorrow and try again.

its a lost cause but beauty sleep is no longer a consideration...its more like maintanence...
so have a laugh at that..I do..and its honest too...!!!
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he he I am sure your a sweet as sugar arkay who needs beauty sleep with a heart as big as yours, sweet dreams arkay
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This is strange cant find anything medical in form of reports for texas and now theres the same story dated 2002
so Im a little unsure of this yesterday quite by mistake I came across it searched my normal sites for info nothing
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[link to www.asianewsnet.net]
would this imply that blood salava test may not pick up h5n1 untill its quite advanced or am i reading it wrong I believe hiv is not always detected immediatly is this correct
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[link to www.promedmail.org]
make of this what you will
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A ProMED-mail post
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International Society for Infectious Diseases
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Date: Wed 22 Nov 2006
From: ProMED-mail <promed@promedmail.org>
Source: CIDRAP News, Wed 22 Nov 2006 [edited]
< [link to www.cidrap.umn.edu]

Two new reports on human cases of H5N1 avian influenza that occurred in Turkey and Indonesia during 2005 show that the illness proved difficult to diagnose, with many tests yielding false-negative results. A report on 8 cases in Turkey and a similar report on 8 Indonesian cases, published in the Thu 23 Nov New England Journal of Medicine, says many of the patients tested negative the first time around, even on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests. The Turkish report describes 8 of the 12 confirmed cases the country has had so far, all of which occurred in late December 2005 and January 2006. All 8 patients -- 4 of whom survive -- were treated at a hospital in Van in eastern Turkey. The patients included sets of 3 and 2 siblings, and 7 lived in the same community. The hospital tested a total of 290 patients for avian flu during the outbreak, using a rapid influenza test, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), and real-time PCR. All the rapid and ELISA test results were negative, the report says. Four of the 8 case-patients initially had negative results on all 3 tests, using nasopharyngeal specimens. Because the patients were severely ill, the tests were repeated using tracheal aspirate specimens, and the real-time PCR tests then were positive. Tests of nasopharyngeal specimens established the diagnosis in the other 4 patients. "Before H5N1 infection was diagnosed in the 8 patients, a total of 8 real-time PCR tests, 12 rapid influenza tests, and 12 ELISA tests were negative," the article states. The Indonesian report covers 3 family clusters of H5N1 cases that occurred between June and October of 2005 and included the country's first cases. The clusters consisted of 3 cases in Tangerang, Java; 2 cases in Bintaro, Java; and 3 in Lampung, Sumatra. Four of the 8 patients died. All rapid tests on the patients were negative, and many reverse-transcriptase PCR tests were negative, particularly with nasal specimens, according to the report. Throat swabs were more likely to test positive on RT-PCR than nasal swabs were. The Turkish authors write, "Because of the difficulties in detecting H5N1 infection, repeated testing from nasopharyngeal swabs or deep tracheal-aspiration samples in patients who are strongly suspected of having H5N1 infection should be performed even if tests of initial nasophyaryngeal swabs are negative." In other findings, the Indonesian report says that the source of infection for the first patient in 2 of the clusters was never identified. The 3 patients in the first cluster reported no contact with birds, other animals, or sick people other than family members before they fell ill. In the 2nd cluster, patients reported no contact with birds, other animals, or sick people, but the index patient used fertilizer containing chicken droppings that tested positive for H5N1. The report says limited person-to-person transmission could not be ruled out in the first 2 Indonesian clusters, since the patients had no other known exposures to the virus. Three of the 4 Indonesian patients who recovered were children (aged 4, 5, and 9) who had mild disease. This resembles the pattern in Hong Kong's 1997 H5N1 outbreak, in which most children who were infected had relatively mild disease, the article says. The Indonesian authors write that the clusters in Indonesia and Turkey, as well as others in Hong Kong, Viet Nam, Thailand, China, and Azerbaijan, "raise questions as to whether genetic or other factors may predispose some persons to H5N1 virus infection or to severe disease." They add that more investigation is needed to understand "the role of mild cases in the epidemiology of this disease and whether genetic, behavioral, immunologic, and environmental factors may contribute to case clustering." -- ProMED-mail <promed@promedmail.org> [The 2 papers referred to in the preceding CIDRAP News report shed some light on the question of the extent of mild or sub-clinical infection of humans by the avian H5N1 influenza virus, although the emphasis of the CIDRAP report is concerned more with problems in diagnosis of the disease, particularly in younger patients. The 2 papers appear in the 23 Nov 2006 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. - Mod.CP. 1. Avian influenza A(H5N1) infection in eastern Turkey in 2006. Ahmet Faik Oner, et al. N Engl J Med 2006; 355(21): 2179-85.
I have posted this becaus some of my lnks seem to be going down at least its here if link vanishes perhaps they have just change site names or something but it makes me question
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a list of useful sites brif explanation included
World Health Organization: Avian Flu

WHO also maintains a similar Web page on avian flu.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Pandemic Flu Powerpoint

HHS provides an easy-to-understand presentation from HHS on pandemic influenzas throughout the 20thcentury.

Infectious Diseases Society of America: Pandemic Flu

This membership organization ofphysicians, scientists and other health care professionals who specialize in infectious diseases provides information on the biology of avian flu and prevention issues, including vaccine development. Site also provides access to infectious disease experts

Public Policy

National Conference of State Legislatures: Pandemic Flu

The NCSL's Web site has a section dedicated to state-level pandemic flu preparedness.

Centers for Law and the Public's Health

This center, based at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown universities, provides information on the powers and rights of the government and individuals during pubic health emergencies. The Web site provides copies of public health emergency powers legislation enacted in some states in anticipation of acts of bioterrorism or pandemic flu.

Agency for Health Care Research and Quality: Emergency Preparedness

This federal agency's Web site has a section dedicated to current issues and research in emergency preparedness.

Advocacy

The American Public Health Association: Prescription for Pandemic Flu

The oldest and largest organization of public health professionals in the world, APHA advocates for increased resources for public health agencies to prepare for pandemic flu.

Guidance for Consumers

PandemicFlu.gov: Planning for Emergencies

This federal government Web page offers pandemic planning guidance for consumers.

Blogs

Avian Flu Diary

Michael Coston, a retired emergency medical technician, blogs on swine flu, avian flu and other emerging infectious diseases,with an emphasis on personal and community preparedness

Pandemic Information News

A regularly updated collection of news stories and blog posts emphasizing international developments in swine and avian flu.

Effect Measure

This blog, by public health scientists and physicians who prefer to remain anonymous, offers a public health perspective on swine flu containment.

Get Ready for Flu

This blog is sponsored by the American Public Health Association.
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Hi folks, sorry Im so late on here today, been out all day.

But Ive just checked my usual resources and this is really getting very serious now.

Its beginning to look like this vurus could make its move sooner rather than later.

News from South Africa, in the State of Western Cape, here...

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

theres a puzzling comment referring it to it as H5N2..Authorities say!!!

yet its classification is H5N1

is this being down played?

And next and far more scary is this from Indonesia with 5 infected persons...

link here.. [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

that description seems a little confusing too, I think that it means that the pathology tests are about the children, but its just not clear.

Again, Indonesia does a lot of poultry village farming, but with 5 people infected all at once?

What is this implying, that this villages entire flock have become infected, or is the virus mutating to airbourne contamination.

Too many incidents occuring in this region now and I for one am becoming increasingly concerned.
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would this imply that blood salava test may not pick up h5n1 untill its quite advanced or am i reading it wrong I believe hiv is not always detected immediatly is this correct
 Quoting: anon 11212494


From when I was nursing ages ago...this

Re HIV and hepatitus...

the example that we were given to the lethality of HIV was this analogy

If you were to sit beside an olympic swimming pool... and there was a glass of water on the edge...

You would have to consume the entire contents of the pool..representing the HIV virus, to contract HIV

wheras that little glass of water, representing Hep B, would indicate the same contamination risk, by comparison.

With respect to anyone that might be HIV positive, I intend no dissrespect.

But, to become infected with HIV, basically you really do have to exchange contaminated blood.

Whereas with a bug like HEP B it is so virulent that even after say a contaminated glass should be left for some time that bug will still retain its capacity to infect.

This is why I raised the question re H5N1, after its victim has expired...just how long after death is this virus still a contaigen threat.

That is the reason for my question, still unanswered, is because the tragic death of the boy in Bali and his removal for cultural/ religous reasons caused me to ponder that risk.
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a list of useful sites brif explanation included
World Health Organization: Avian Flu

WHO also maintains a similar Web page on avian flu.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Pandemic Flu Powerpoint

HHS provides an easy-to-understand presentation from HHS on pandemic influenzas throughout the 20thcentury.

Infectious Diseases Society of America: Pandemic Flu

This membership organization ofphysicians, scientists and other health care professionals who specialize in infectious diseases provides information on the biology of avian flu and prevention issues, including vaccine development. Site also provides access to infectious disease experts

Public Policy

National Conference of State Legislatures: Pandemic Flu

The NCSL's Web site has a section dedicated to state-level pandemic flu preparedness.

Centers for Law and the Public's Health

This center, based at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown universities, provides information on the powers and rights of the government and individuals during pubic health emergencies. The Web site provides copies of public health emergency powers legislation enacted in some states in anticipation of acts of bioterrorism or pandemic flu.

Agency for Health Care Research and Quality: Emergency Preparedness

This federal agency's Web site has a section dedicated to current issues and research in emergency preparedness.

Advocacy

The American Public Health Association: Prescription for Pandemic Flu

The oldest and largest organization of public health professionals in the world, APHA advocates for increased resources for public health agencies to prepare for pandemic flu.

Guidance for Consumers

PandemicFlu.gov: Planning for Emergencies

This federal government Web page offers pandemic planning guidance for consumers.

Blogs

Avian Flu Diary

Michael Coston, a retired emergency medical technician, blogs on swine flu, avian flu and other emerging infectious diseases,with an emphasis on personal and community preparedness

Pandemic Information News

A regularly updated collection of news stories and blog posts emphasizing international developments in swine and avian flu.

Effect Measure

This blog, by public health scientists and physicians who prefer to remain anonymous, offers a public health perspective on swine flu containment.

Get Ready for Flu

This blog is sponsored by the American Public Health Association.
 Quoting: anon 11212494


Hi,

UK anon...

your resources seem to be inexhaustable, and as stated many times before they are not only appreciated but I for one will freely admit that I rely on them.

Yor are the best researcher here, and you should get a very big medal for all the extrordinary efforts that you have to have made to make the contributions that you do.

Its unfortunate that with the recent developments that are popping up all over the place that out earlier contributor..

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seems to be absent.

I dont think that this is the case and it would be good to get some insight from her/him, given the qualifications involved.

Im concerned that this virus spreading is seeming to be a growing trend, and from time to time now there seems to be a lack of reports of poultry to human contact, does this imply possible mutation in small isolated cases, or is it just a manefestation of poor reporting and information gathering?

Does the CDC know of any case where this virus has made its necessary mutations to become an airborne vector, this is my greatest concern?

As it would be for all.
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And now also we have this example of huge egos outweighing the welfare of the entire human race.

Link here...

[link to www.newscientist.com]

Surely research laboratories and suitably equiped facilities and their personnell would be well known to the researchers that conducted these developments that instead of insisting on publishing for all to see, they restrict their findings to other credible research facilities.

Given time, and I have the tinniest of knowledge in this area of pathology, but I honestly believe that even I could develop this virus into an airborne vector that would directly contaminate humans.

Its just not that difficult a process to understand, and I am NOT a scientist.

This bug will do that for itself naturally sooner or later anyway.

Why would anyone even consider placing that knowledge into the hands of less ethical entities.

While I dont wish to focus on any individual section of our world wide communities, there are those that consider suicide bombing as an acceptable practice.

With that said, the argument that the irresponsible production and deliberate release of H5N1 because of its indiscriminate nature would not be used in a deliberate sense doesent hold any credibility with me.

I profoundly dissagree with those assertions, given the above mentioned considerations.

Some religous fervour is so powerful that people will follow any direction that is an ordained religous or cultural assertion no matter how destructive.

And for that matter there is no way that this information should not be subjected to the most rigerous of controls.

Egos cannot and must not be considered here, professional or otherwise.



My little saying...


"So you are intelligent enough to know how to do it".

But...

"Are you smart enough to know if you should"??

Had THAT question been adequately addresses when the atom bomb was being developed, we might be living in a much nicer world than the one we are in today!
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wow..I just typed in a huge post and it vanished...
so...what is going on here?

bugger this..

I'll come back tomorrow and try again.

its a lost cause but beauty sleep is no longer a consideration...its more like maintanence...
so have a laugh at that..I do..and its honest too...!!!
 Quoting: arkay


he he I am sure your a sweet as sugar arkay who needs beauty sleep with a heart as big as yours, sweet dreams arkay
 Quoting: anon 11212494


Mmmm, Im meant to reply to this a while ago.

A) a bloke at 57 is not going to ever be a good sight, especially when his belly is bigger than his head!
Point 1.

B) A bloke that has a head full of silver hair isnt going to win any beauty pagent!

C) It is a well established fact that short blokes have inferiority complexes...


how am I going?

D) a bloke with too much time on his hands will always make a nuisance of himself...me!

Oh hell, thats enough...please...trust me...sleep for me really IS maintanence.

Im just greatful that GLP doesent have cam functions...if they did Id never get a look in...hehehe

BUT..for your overtly missinformed but well wishing comments I am appreciative, I do try to be helpful and from an invisible mask I can fool all sorts of people...hahahah

seriously, Im just a bloke from the "back blocks", no different than any other human that feels that they can contribute in some small way.

Just as everyone else on this thread had so willingly done.

Im the one in debted to you all...so thank you, each and every one of you.

Sleep well and always know that you deserve peace.
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02/23/2012 08:56 AM

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This...recently spotted, probably not related, but the shut down of information IS the big concern.

It demonstrates what may well be the noem should H5N1 get loose, of this I have little doubt, but please feel free to offer your thoughts...

here's that link...

[link to badcanto.wordpress.com]
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02/23/2012 09:12 AM

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Its that maintanence time again...in fact way past it...probably explains the uglyness...hehe

But I am off for tonight..hoping UK anon will keep things moving in her typical way, and I'll be back tomorrow...my time!

there are unanswered questions that would be good to get info on if anyone can go back a page or two and might be able to help...that would be a good thing!

cheers
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02/23/2012 09:39 AM
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Mmmm, Im meant to reply to this a while ago.

A) a bloke at 57 is not going to ever be a good sight, especially when his belly is bigger than his head!
Point 1.

B) A bloke that has a head full of silver hair isnt going to win any beauty pagent!

C) It is a well established fact that short blokes have inferiority complexes...

ARKAY your down to earh good humoured , sweet guy ,
who really knows how to make people feel comfortable
sleep well
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From Baidu


1. I heard the rumour half a month ago. It is not SARS. It is stronger than SARS.
2. I heard that Baoding 252 Hospital didn’t accept patients anymore. It was said that there were soldiers and the contagiousness was very great. However, it wasn’t SARS. The fever could be brought down but was uncontrollable. The fever could be brought down in the morning and it would come back on the afternoon or evening. That’s what I heard. Please confirm. Thank you.
3. It wasn’t happened in 252 hospital. It was happened in the school of PLA. A group of soldier ate bad things and their fevers couldn’t be brought down. 252 Hospital suspects that it is SARS. Those solders have already been isolated. The hospital has blocked info exchange. Everybody please don’t go there. I have relatives in there. They told me today.
Wow this is scary 1918 revisited soldiers being its early victims, there must be a media block I am so far unable to find out more going to ask my neighbour if they can translate from the baidu site see if there are any more clues brilliant find arkay your on the ball
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[link to www.cdc.gov]
REGARDING H5N1 HEALTH AND SAFTEY
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[link to www.saigon-gpdaily.com.vn]
looks like vietnam officials are worried
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[link to blogs.nature.com]
maximum security unit canada h5n1
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[link to blogs.nature.com]
maximum security unit canada h5n1
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What prompted Canada to review the biosafety level of the new flu viruses, and give them the highest RG4/BSL-4 rating?

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