posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 02:26 PM
Yup, and if their mere arrival (and not quarantine, mind you) isn't enough, there's the wonderful germ-sharing tradition known as Thanksgiving where
everyone gets on planes, trains and automobiles and spends several hours in a warm house with their relatives, amassing as many more germs as
possible, then goes back to college or school and shares them THERE, and if that's not enough, does it again a perfectly timed for incubation
purposes 5 weeks later at Christmastime. Don't forget all that fun shopping in malls to spread the cheer!
By January 2 when everyone is back to so-called normal and the weather starts to really suck, we should know what new flu's, Ebola's and whatever
else they have planned for us go ummmmm, viral.