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Posted: 5/19/2009 6:24:02 PM EST
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:24:43 PM EST
Trop tarde
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:26:32 PM EST
Originally Posted By raven:
Trop tarde


Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:27:31 PM EST
Originally Posted By CombatMP:
http://i41.tinypic.com/6yodxd.gif


Knew what it was before I clicked, but it never gets old.
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:28:51 PM EST
Isn't this the president of Madagascar?

Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:36:33 PM EST
If the S ever HTF I am moving to Madagascar.......
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:38:03 PM EST

Originally Posted By justsayin:
If the S ever HTF I am moving to Madagascar.......

All points of entry would be closed long before you ever got near it.
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:38:43 PM EST
I HATE MADAGASCAR... I can never win at Pandemic 2 because they always shut everything down right away.
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:38:59 PM EST
Originally Posted By vanilla_gorilla:

Originally Posted By justsayin:
If the S ever HTF I am moving to Madagascar.......

All points of entry would be closed long before you ever got near it.


Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:39:57 PM EST
Originally Posted By CombatMP:
http://i41.tinypic.com/6yodxd.gif




Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:44:46 PM EST
Originally Posted By Tekka:
Originally Posted By CombatMP:
http://i41.tinypic.com/6yodxd.gif


http://i40.tinypic.com/20g0dfs.jpg



Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:48:57 PM EST
fuck Madagascar
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:49:10 PM EST
Link Posted: 5/19/2009 6:52:56 PM EST
madagascar can never catch a virus... I don't believe it
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 2:47:34 PM EST
It has mutated into a newer highly lethal strain. Head for the hills.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.594b3919f568748326be82a3a65d7646.241&show_article=1

Brazil finds new strain of H1N1 virus
Jun 16 02:11 PM US/Eastern
Brazilian scientists have identified a new strain of the H1N1 virus after examining samples from a patient in Sao Paulo, their institute said Tuesday.

The variant has been called A/Sao Paulo/1454/H1N1 by the Adolfo Lutz Bacteriological Institute, which compared it with samples of the A(H1N1) swine flu from California.

The genetic sequence of the new sub-type of the H1N1 virus was isolated by a virology team lead by one of its researchers, Terezinha Maria de Paiva, the institute said in a statement.

The mutation comprised of alterations in the Hemagglutinin protein which allows the virus to infect new hosts, it said.

It was not yet known whether the new strain was more aggressive than the current A(H1N1) virus which has been declared pandemic by the World Health Organization.

The genetic make-up of the H1N1 virus and its subvariants are important for scientists.

Pharmaceutical companies are working to mass produce a vaccine against the current A(H1N1) flu.

There are fears though that it could mutate into a deadly strain, much in the same way as the 1918 Spanish flu –– also an A(H1N1) virus type –– did when it killed tens of millions around the planet.

According to the WHO, 36,000 people in 76 countries have been infected with the H1N1 virus, causing 163 deaths.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 2:58:43 PM EST

Link Posted: 6/16/2009 3:00:02 PM EST
fheg.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 3:04:25 PM EST
Originally Posted By Popobawa:
It has mutated into a newer highly lethal strain. Head for the hills.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.594b3919f568748326be82a3a65d7646.241&show_article=1

Brazil finds new strain of H1N1 virus
Jun 16 02:11 PM US/Eastern
Brazilian scientists have identified a new strain of the H1N1 virus after examining samples from a patient in Sao Paulo, their institute said Tuesday.

The variant has been called A/Sao Paulo/1454/H1N1 by the Adolfo Lutz Bacteriological Institute, which compared it with samples of the A(H1N1) swine flu from California.

The genetic sequence of the new sub-type of the H1N1 virus was isolated by a virology team lead by one of its researchers, Terezinha Maria de Paiva, the institute said in a statement.

The mutation comprised of alterations in the Hemagglutinin protein which allows the virus to infect new hosts, it said.

It was not yet known whether the new strain was more aggressive than the current A(H1N1) virus which has been declared pandemic by the World Health Organization.

The genetic make-up of the H1N1 virus and its subvariants are important for scientists.

Pharmaceutical companies are working to mass produce a vaccine against the current A(H1N1) flu.

There are fears though that it could mutate into a deadly strain, much in the same way as the 1918 Spanish flu –– also an A(H1N1) virus type –– did when it killed tens of millions around the planet.

According to the WHO, 36,000 people in 76 countries have been infected with the H1N1 virus, causing 163 deaths.


well, thats unfortunate
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 3:08:47 PM EST
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 3:11:07 PM EST


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