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i can tell you the future now until 2007

 
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02/03/2006 02:01 PM
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This person is correct. Not a lot happening in 2006.
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yes
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'Beware united kingdom as for the your country there are visions of a economy collapse somewhere between march and april to early spring as before there will be an outbreak of a disease somewhat major and fateful for the whole world too see also. a disease outbreak of some sort and a collapse in the market will be seen come spring time'
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Oops, wrong again.
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[link to ktla.trb.com]
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Deadly Bird Flu Hits Britain

By Shawn McGinnis, KTLA News

April 6, 2006, 3:44 PM PDT

Britain has confirmed its first case of the deadly bird flu.

A swan in Scotland tested positive for the virus, making Britain the 13th E-U country to report cases of the deadly H5N1 strain in wild birds. The dead swan was found in the town of Cellardyke, 450 miles north of London. Two other dead swans found in Glasgow are among 14 being tested for H5N1.

British officials say there are no implications for public health or consumers, but a government crisis committee has been meeting to consider contingency plans.

Officials say they are considering isolating wild birds from poultry, or even putting a short-term ban on the movement of poultry in Britain.

At least 109 people have died from bird flu since an outbreak of the H5N1 strain swept through Asian poultry in 2003. Health officials say the victims were all infected through contact with poultry.
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