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Well, the H1N1 hysteria continued unabated in Canada last week, fed by stories that Canadian professional sports teams had jumped the queue and gotten their vaccinations ahead of so-called "at-risk" Canadians, not to mention the general public.

Oh, yeah, and in case anyone missed it, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla undertook a Royal Tour across the country.


Anonymous said…
I'm still waiting for people to start calling H1N1 Hiney. Those number ones could easily pass for capital i's.

I like the sound of it too. The Hiney Flu. And it's "spot-on" in the description.


word veri: amicar
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Yeah, some have said she looks like the south end hiney of a north-bound horse. Oh, you're talking about the H1N1 cartoons?
Donnie said…
Yeah. Some of the same stories are circulating in the states. One of the latest is that federal inmates in some corrections facilities will be getting their doses before sick citizens in the same towns can have a dose.
Me-Me King said…
I loved the Prince Charles and Camilla cartoon. Question, what do they call Camilla? Is she the Princess of Wales II? That has always confused me.
nonamedufus said…
Don: Hey, we're discussing the pros and cons of H1N1 vaccinations - pro-athletes and con-victs!
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Some call her a horse, but officially she's the Duchess of Cornwall.
Michael said…
you know, you wouldn;t even know Charles adn Camilla have been in Canada (other than through blogs) as no one is covering it on the major news here. That's ok though. I think they are rather ghastly royals anyway! Hardly Royal to me but then since the Queen, few have been.
nonamedufus said…
...mmm...: Don't get me started on the uselessness of the Royals

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