Missing: The Swine Flu.

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What happened?Confused.

Why didn’t all of the schools close?

Why did the media stop covering the story of the century?

Where did the Swine Flu go?

I’m confused.

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6 Responses to “Missing: The Swine Flu.”

  1. Margaret Howard
    on Mar 26th, 2010
    @ 8:36 pm

    I’m guessing you’re too young to remember the last projected outbreak of the Swine Flu, back in my teen years (the 70s). Not much came of that either. The air-pressure inoculation guns were pretty cool, though.

  2. Tim
    on Mar 27th, 2010
    @ 12:52 am

    Around here we’re calling it H1N1 which IMHO sounds waaaaay more foreboding… Like a killer droid escaped from the set of Star Wars….

  3. Diane
    on Mar 27th, 2010
    @ 4:57 am

    No swine flu, but plenty of stomach viruses going on around here.

    Glad I opted to not have myself or the kids innoculated.

  4. ricochet
    on Mar 27th, 2010
    @ 6:50 am

    On the other hand, my son’s school (here in the home of the CDC) had 100 cases at one point in September and kids were being sent home. Do I think it was a correct diagnosis yes (because it is a good school with a medical school attached).

  5. Melanie
    on Mar 28th, 2010
    @ 6:19 pm

    I had at least 3 of my students come down with it and a number of others who probably had it though weren’t officially diagnosed. Locally we had a few kids get it and die, but those had pre-existing conditions which made them more susceptible to the disease. Overall though it did not hit the way they thought it would. Of course, the fact that we didn’t have enough vaccine when it was needed didn’t make the government look too good either.

  6. Jo Hawke
    on Apr 17th, 2010
    @ 8:05 pm

    Yeah, it kinda makes you wonder what was happening over *there* while we were corralled into looking over *here*…

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