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(The Conversation)   The next global health pandemic could easily erupt in your backyard. But with a little luck and judicious planning, you may be able to blame your crappy neighbors   (theconversation.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Microbiology, Infection, Infectious disease, infectious diseases, Buruli ulcer, human activities, Tropical Environmental, Disease  
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2020-06-02 11:41:51 AM  
Whatever, Mr. Scientist.  I've been eating bats since the '90s and have built up an immunity.  Do your worst.
 
2020-06-02 12:18:30 PM  

LordBeavis: Whatever, Mr. Scientist.  I've been eating bats since the '90s and have built up an immunity.  Do your worst.


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2020-06-02 4:47:37 PM  

SpectroBoy: LordBeavis: Whatever, Mr. Scientist.  I've been eating bats since the '90s and have built up an immunity.  Do your worst.

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That is certainly a much more pleasant picture than one in the article showing the symptoms of one of the diseases.
 
2020-06-02 5:51:43 PM  
I don't have a back yard, so I guess the joke's on you.
 
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