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1918 flu pandemic


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Weird how history repeats itself...




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Different age groups , very different mortality rate , different social and scientific circumstance.

 

There were other pandemics after that (order of magnitude more deaths then current).



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everybody always misses the fact that there was more than one wave of the 'spanish' flu. The numbers of deaths from innitial infections, through each pass through population centers would do a lot to knock the edges off of this belief that this is a one and done situation


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The key reason why the 1918 flu was so deadly was because we did not have a God-Emperor to save us, He would not take on a human form for another 28 years.



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The key reason why the 1918 flu was so deadly was because we did not have a God-Emperor to save us, He would not take on a human form for another 28 years.

How come this doesn't get old to you? It it because you occasionally elicit some reaction from the poor misinformed liberals that you so like to irk? It is genuinely still funny to you? Is this your way to release stress or obfuscate some underlying insecurity? Or is it simply that you've given up trying to speak to the misinformed misanthropes that pervade and putrefy this forum with greater fecundity than the abscess covered genitalia of your local whore?  

 

Not that I care obviously *flips hair* hmphh 


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The key reason why the 1918 flu was so deadly was because we did not have a God-Emperor to save us, He would not take on a human form for another 28 years.

How come this doesn't get old to you? It it because you occasionally elicit some reaction from the poor misinformed liberals that you so like to irk? It is genuinely still funny to you? Is this your way to release stress or obfuscate some underlying insecurity? Or is it simply that you've given up trying to speak to the misinformed misanthropes that pervade and putrefy this forum with greater fecundity than the abscess covered genitalia of your local whore?  

 

Not that I care obviously *flips hair* hmphh 

 

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Well, from now on, I'll be deleting this boring and totally unfunny meme – until you contribute something more insightful to this forum.






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