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E tan e epi tas
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Look Mr. and Mrs. twatwaffle, when your kids have a fever how about, you know not drag them around to other kids birthday parties like miniature Typhoid Marys.

Gee I wonder why everybody’s kids are sick now. What a brain teaser.

I swear we should be allowed to smack people in the face with the end of a fishing pole pulled taught. It would be like an stupid person reset button.


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Posts: 3459 | Location: Nashville, TN | Registered: July 25, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Kids are like little germ factories. I have two young daughters and feel like I need to wear a medical mask all the time. Hey, they do it in Asia, why not?
 
Posts: 918 | Location: North Carolina | Registered: January 23, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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When my kid was in day care, we all were sick often.


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Posts: 6846 | Location: Marquette MI | Registered: July 08, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I had a neighbor in Pennsylvania who taught Kindergarten.

She was usually down with a cold or just getting over one.


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My son gave me the flu. Twice within 3 months. Just now getting better. I'm still not sure where HE got it from, as he had the flu shot and we did as well.


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I had a neighbor in Pennsylvania who taught Kindergarten.

She was usually down with a cold or just getting over one.


My wife taught mostly kindergarten for more than 30 years. Somehow she seemed to be immune to everything. The bonus was she would bring a cootie home for me about every year.
 
Posts: 5951 | Location: Over the hills and far away | Registered: January 20, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Buddy of mine, who is definitely in an at-risk group, got one of this season's flu virus' that way. It was only at the end of the holiday get-together, after everybody had already hugged the little walking germ factory, that his parents informed all "he's just getting over something." Shortly thereafter my buddy got sicker than he claims he's ever been Mad

What. The. Actual. Fuck. is the matter with people, anyway?

One of my wife's friends ended-up having to care for her grandchildren all the time because her daughter is essentially a waste of skin. Every time my wife visited that friend she'd get sick. I finally insisted she stop going there until those kids were gone.




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he had the flu shot and we did as well.

When my doctor offered me the shot, I asked,"does this years formulation protect against the strains that are actually going around?"

The answer, unsurprisingly, was NO.




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I swear we should be allowed to smack people in the face with the end of a fishing pole pulled taught. It would be like an stupid person reset button.
That would be a great addition to this thread



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Posts: 16138 | Location: N. Houston, TX | Registered: November 14, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Every room in the hospital close to me is full. 123 deaths so far in Arkansas and the flu may continue for up to 3 more months. It would be nice if sick folks stayed home.
 
Posts: 502 | Location: North Central Arkansas | Registered: February 20, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That would drive me fucking crazy when our kid was little. Birthday party, in walks parents, kiddie takes off then they tell me the little fuck is running a fever and was throwing up last night, but he/she is better! Or the kid is just flowing snot! AGGGGGG. Fucking assholes!
 
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My son gave me the flu. Twice within 3 months. Just now getting better. I'm still not sure where HE got it from, as he had the flu shot and we did as well.


The flu vaccine is only 10-30% effective at best. Doesn't make you immune from the flu.
 
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Friday in school, a 10th grader sitting in the front row about 8' from my desk can't stop coughing. And I mean one of those deep in your chest coughs. His eyes are blood shot and he looks like crap. Finally I ask him if he has a fever, he says yes. Are you on any antibiotics? No. Why did your mother send you to school? She said he can't miss school! This is a "A" student. I washed my hands all through class, tried to make sure my hands didn't touch my face and used Lysol wipes on my desk after he left and wiped his desk to try to prevent the next student that sat there from getting sick. What is wrong with these kids parents?


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