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Monday, September 25, 2006

September 25 - Bird Flu Killer


If you're concerned about the threat of bird-flu, then you will be delighted to hear about Panasonic's new Bird-Flu killer. Just like an ordinary air filter (or so it seems), Panasonic's new Super-Alleru Buster Technology will be there! The world's next supposed 'wildfire-spreading, murderous pandemic', is not going to bleed all of humanity to death afterall (well obviously not bleed, but you get my point). The new technology can be applied to materials aswell as air filters and it is believed that this may be one of the medical breakthroughs of the century. If the technology goes into mass-production, being applied to clothing and such, then 99.999% of harmful diseases could be stopped in their tracks. SARs, Bird-Flu, the lot. All thanks to Panasonic for removing those nasty evil pathogenes from our already highly polluted air.

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7 Comments:

Blogger Seshi said...

Notice how there hasn't really been alot of Bird-flu articles on the news for about a year?

6:46 pm, September 25, 2006  
Blogger Delta said...

Uh... That's becuase everyone got over it, and all of the media felt embarassed that it didn't end up killing a gazillion people. Only like 2000.

6:56 pm, September 25, 2006  
Blogger Seshi said...

Nah, y'think? T_T
That's what I was hinting at xD

7:15 pm, September 25, 2006  
Blogger Delta said...

Oh... Sorry. I'm in a terrible mood. Tonnes of homework for tomorrow. I'm incredibly depressed.

8:30 pm, September 25, 2006  
Blogger Seshi said...

Me too =( Art, ICT (Reviewing a webbie. Guess which one I'm reviewing?) English and maths.

10:24 pm, September 25, 2006  
Blogger Delta said...

Cool. Just don't let your teacher know that you're actually Seshi.

4:42 pm, September 26, 2006  
Blogger Seshi said...

They know B)
They looked at this too. They said it was interesting.

8:14 pm, September 27, 2006  

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