Tamiflu hourding

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by snowbound, Oct 23, 2005.

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  1. Cochise

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    Looooooooooool!...:D :D....that sure is a lot of Effs there Dib Dob....:D :D..Cracking Post Mate..


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  2. snowbound

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    No rumor mongering here. Just trying to keep the uninformed, informed.

    Post em as i see em. ;) :D

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  3. Cochise

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    Just a thought before we all Die from the dreaded 'Dicky-birddeath' Nat.....is there any chance you might post some of your more lurid Love-letters that we helped you to find.......at least then, we could all, maybe, die happy......:D


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  7. ~*Nat*~

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    http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/mesg/emoticons7/19.gif He He ---- No No [​IMG]

    The safe is safe as a maximum prison cell ! :D

    The look of it being open is to deceive....giving potential nosey noses something to feel sorry about, after they discover they fell for that trick !!


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    Dash!.....and there was me thinking you might have just been kind enough to brighten up our sad little Computer driven lives......Aaaaahhhhh!..Well.....Siiiggghhhh!.

    Cochise,:cool: Nosey in Nashville....
     
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    I hourd it just yesterday from Tami that if you wear a necklace of grapes it keeps your sinuses clear and protects you from the floo. Seems to work much better than the beans I put in my ears. Using grapes and removing the beans also improves hearing! Got any tips on how to remove juice stains?

    Stompin the skins in Chardonnay, Whiney ed
     
  11. Primrose

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    Try titration to isolate the protein.:p REDOX will fill you in on the details.

    http://members.aol.com/profchm/titrate.html
     

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    Oopsie Rosie,

    Afore I inoculated the Pro-Teen group, Caca-Roche Corp lopped off the corners of the market to form a circle of wagons. Sitting Bulldip..ie:Cochise, I'm afeared, was the only Brave (Brave...get it?) brave enough to defy the Bravettes an sneak into Nursie Simone's wagon to get his nails clipped and his clock cleaned. He wasn't successful in getting any of Nursie Simones hourd but he musta got something because everything is all itchy now!!

    Scratching like the dickens in Despondence, I told you so ed
     
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    It's all 'Hokus Pokus' anyways !

    Just gargle and sniff with pure Bleach, and you will hear like a newborn puppy again !! And your nose and sinuses ?
    FREE of all debris - forever !!! Try it, it's great stuff ! :)



    WARNING: Kids Do Not try this at home.
    This is very potent stuff !



    Nursing in Nairobi, nice Nat
     
  15. Primrose

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    Check yer numbers for the power ball :D
     

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    Hmmmmm [​IMG]

     

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    http://breakingnews.iol.ie/news/story.asp?j=161849794&p=y6y85x5xx

    Not if but when.....

    I've been to Vietnam many times and have witnesses the relationship between people there and their poultry. When one of their birds dies, even of flu, it is still consummed. :eek:

    In the countryside, families depend on their livestock(poultry, pigs) for their livelihood. They buy and sell most livestock and usually consumme their birds when there is not enough to eat....

    Killing all the birds in the nation as they did in Hong Kong during the SARS epidemic is not an option as too many families depend on them. The result most likely would be mass starvation and death.




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  18. Primrose

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    Thanksgiving Turkey Bird Flu Prevention Tips :cool:

    http://www.avantnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=178


    9) Disguise yourself and your Thanksgiving dinner guests as fish. There has as yet been no proof of successful bird-fish avian flu transmission.


    Do you know sushi like i know turkey..OH what a gal.
     

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  19. iceni60

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    where's the link for Tamiflu?

    BTW in 1918 all the younger healthy people died and the older lot lived i think.
     
  20. big ed

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    That wasn't the flu! That was WWI!!
     
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    LOL, oh yeah maybe i was getting confused :D
     
  22. Primrose

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    US reviewing deaths of Tamiflu patients
    Thu Nov 17, 2005 10:53 AM ET



    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators have asked Roche AG for more information about the deaths of 12 children who took the flu-fighting drug Tamiflu, saying in a report released on Thursday that the cause of the deaths was "extremely difficult to interpret."

    The Food and Drug Administration also said it was "concerning" that 32 psychiatric events, such as hallucinations and abnormal behavior, had been reported in children who took Tamiflu, which is in high demand because it is considered to be one of the best defenses against avian flu in people.

    Most of the reports came from Japan, the FDA said.

    Roche, in a separate summary posted on the FDA Web site, said, "there is no increase in deaths and neuropsychiatric events in patients on Tamiflu versus influenza patients in general."
     
  23. big ed

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    Good find A.G. Primmy,

    No increase of deaths in General(s)! How about Privates?
     
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    Ducks infected with avian flu found in Manitoba, B.C.
    Last Updated Sat, 19 Nov 2005 21:21:14 EST
    CBC News

    Wild ducks in Manitoba have tested positive for a form of avian flu that's not known to be harmful to humans, federal food inspection officials said Saturday as a B.C. farm remained quarantined because of an infected duck.

    Dr. Brian Evans

    The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said two wild ducks have tested positive for H5N1 viruses, but not the dangerous strain of the flu hitting Southeast Asia.

    Officials called the viruses "low pathogenic," meaning they're not viewed as a public health threat.

    "I want to emphasize that the H5N1 subtype detected in Manitoba is completely distinct from the strain currently present in Asia," Dr. Brian Evans told a news conference.



    http://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/national/2005/11/19/flu_051119.html



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