Oh great, some guys have bird flu now 2022-04-29 13:00:00

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I’m trying to stay positive here, but Scientists I absolutely refuse to give me a single moment of peace. Our ozone layer looks like a basketball net And Corona virus disease It started to rise again, not the Omicron variant of runny nose and cough but of the OG hospital type. Now, should I wake up to the news that some dude in Colorado has the first human case of bird flu? come on man.

Who got hurt? Oh, just a prison inmate In working version software. Cool, so we’re going to bring it back into a concrete nursery room designed by a human for infectious diseases. This is definitely not the first movie about the deadly chicken disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), they don’t currently consider this a threat to the public, but that’s what the CDC always says and then we cremate again. It appears that the virus can only be transmitted from bird to human and not from human to human. For now.

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Wow, a new disease! I bet everyone wants to hear about this!

Look, CDC, if this isn’t a real threat, then just…don’t tell me. You signed up to know all about every terrifying disease that has the potential to destroy humanity, and I realize you’ve been working overtime. I did not. I’m just trying to eat a chicken sandwich. And now you even destroyed it. I don’t want to know about avian disease until I catch it, and even then, I’ll probably lie to me. He told me I had low blood sugar and that the vaccine you give me is a B12 injection.

I would like to unsubscribe from the weekly update of the disease, at least until the end of COVID, if it ever occurs. Please put me on a need-to-know basis from now on, so that I may resume my blissful ignorance at least of some things that can kill me. It’s tax season, milk costs like $8 a sip, I don’t drive but the prices at the gas station near my house still stress me out. All I ask is a little peace as our world gently goes to that happy night.

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