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2020-09-25 12:27:20 PM  
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No. Sorry subby, that is beyond stupid. Let me explain why the spanish flu was as bad as it was


Information was being supressed
Idiots were spreading horrible advice
The state of medicine was terrible
No one knew how it spread
No one had immunity
No one had antibiotics to deal with secondary infections
There was no global food market, meaning malnutrition was all over
It caused the immune system to overreact which helped kill people
It mutated from a normal flu into a holy fark you are dead in a day flu after the first wave of infection passed


Basically, read actual history instead of some morons attempt at headline grabbing

https://www.history.com/news/spanish-​f​lu-second-wave-resurgence

You will be better off doing so
 
2020-09-25 5:57:24 PM  
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lifeslammer: No. Sorry subby, that is beyond stupid. Let me explain why the spanish flu was as bad as it was

Information was being supressed
Idiots were spreading horrible advice


What a relief, that's totally different from now.
 
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