Peter, its not all that bad. Having said that I would NOT want to be going to a hospital herepeter said:How are all you folks doing down in the Toronto area, we hear and read about out here, I can just imagine what it must be like on a daily basis trying to go about your normal routines, or perhaps, I can't imagine.
In our traditionnal old dialect prophecy ...it has been mentionned by the old ones that one day a terrible disease will strike and will destroy many nations...It is said that only a handfull of people will survive.....It is said that it will arrived one day like a bird with the early wind breeze of spring ...But what is striking is that line....after a long cold upside down winter....Randal said:I think I read in the local news paper that S.A.R.S. has more of a devastating payload on middle aged people
Thank god I'm still just a kid, if I get this S.A.R.S. I think I'll be fine but I wouldn't want to spread it to my parents. I also read in a recent paper that S.A.R.S. may really be a blessing in disguise because it will help prep everyone for an even more deadly outbreak. God forbid we ever get anything worse than a mass infectuous case of S.A.R.S. but it's one of Murphy's laws. If something can go wrong it will and maybe S.A.R.S. is just a warning for more serious things to come.