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What is the most feared virus

 
black 2020-03-26 17:14:32 

in history?

 
black 2020-03-26 17:24:54 

The world have taken tremendous measures against the coronavirus but I don't think is the most feared.

 
black 2020-03-26 17:31:22 

Ebola and HIV were virtual death sentences but their infection rate were not tremendously high.

And, HIV could be controlled with safe practices.

 
johndom90 2020-03-26 17:32:38 

In reply to black

If we include modern history, i would say the education received by Donald Trump.

 
camos 2020-03-26 17:33:47 

In reply to black

the one after this.

 
black 2020-03-26 17:38:10 

In reply to camos

I think the high infection rate is what's scary about this current virus but if you are relatively young with a healthy immune system, you should be fine.

 
bravos 2020-03-26 17:49:29 

In reply to black

The plagues..

 
black 2020-03-26 18:01:51 

In reply to bravos

Plagues are bacterial in nature.

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 18:02:45 

Hahahahahaha!!!

You're never too old to learn. And there I was thinking that the plaque was caused by a bacteria. Ah well...the garrulous lil' Johnny at it again.

lol lol lol

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 18:04:11 

In reply to black

Plagues are bacterial in nature.

lol lol lol

You are way too old to learn.

big grin

 
bravos 2020-03-26 18:19:43 

In reply to black

Ok but it was one of the most feared most prolific and most lethal pandemic diseases..

 
black 2020-03-26 18:37:01 

In reply to Courtesy

Is this some sort of inside joke? lol

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 18:40:47 

In reply to black

Is this some sort of inside joke? lol

Why did you post this? I have always thought the plaque was caused by a bacteria. I am extremely happy that some unknown facts came out today.

 
black 2020-03-26 18:42:21 

In reply to Courtesy

What are you smoking? lol

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 18:43:21 

In reply to black

Kaka boeuf...from the Northern Range.

big grin

 
bravos 2020-03-26 18:49:22 

In reply to black

Small cock looking for playground points for that oversight..

I think any pandemic regardless the type would be as alarming and as significant no matter the definition .

It all boils down to the death toll,human suffering and displacement etc..

Same character that look for points on simple punctuation, typos and message board slang..

Small cock symptoms,is that a virus a bacteria or a state of mind btw ?

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 18:53:06 

In reply to bravos

Fool, I gave you credit, can't you see?. Just accept it and disappear from this thread. Cut your loses man.

lol lol lol

 
bravos 2020-03-26 19:00:07 

Credit for being as ignorant as fucking he ? What a cock..

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 19:00:23 

Teacher: What is the most feared virus?

Lil' Johnny: (with all the confidence in the world) The plague.

lol lol lol Raucus applause from the entire class.

 
bravos 2020-03-26 19:00:56 

Black why limit pandemics to viruses ?
You have something against bacteria? smile

Treatments?

 
Drapsey 2020-03-26 19:10:20 

In reply to black

Careful, black.

The Courtesy is in his element when it comes to this subject.

Remember, he studied medicine alongside one who moved on to become the Deputy Minister of Health, Liberia.

 
black 2020-03-26 19:19:47 

In reply to Courtesy

Leave my boy alone. evil

 
black 2020-03-26 19:21:16 

In reply to Drapsey

The Courtesy is in his element when it comes to this subject


I acknowledged that on another thread. lol

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 19:23:29 

In reply to black

Leave my boy alone.

There is an idiotamatic expression..."birds of a feather..." Have you heard it?

big grin

 
black 2020-03-26 19:32:24 

In reply to Courtesy

lol lol lol

STFU

 
bravos 2020-03-26 19:32:38 

In reply to black

I think the forum asstick may be the most 'feared' of all..

We all have one ,sometimes two,even three,sometimes we even share common assticks.

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 19:37:43 

In reply to black

lol lol lol

Flat footed response like lil' Johnny's post above.

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 19:38:44 

In reply to bravos

You have ample reason to fear me pal.

Whaaaaaahhhhh!!!

Btw, thanks for keeping this thread and your legacy alive.

big grin

 
bravos 2020-03-26 19:47:55 

Asstick full circle...

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 19:54:38 

In reply to bravos

What's the most feared virus? That's full circle for you.

I dare you to answer without the use of unbridled language. This time, take your time. That may very well be the stopcock in your... to end the full circle.

big grin

 
Halliwell 2020-03-26 19:58:04 

In reply to black

It would probably be the hemorrhagic fever viruses like Ebola or Marburg or Lassa.
Rabies isnt funny either. There are some rabies ward vids on YouTube from India and just scary. And a diagnosis of rabies with neurological symptoms is death.

 
methodic 2020-03-26 20:01:12 

In reply to camos

the next one is correct. There is one that just kicked off in China with a 38% fatality rate. It killed one person so far. They are not sure what it is as yet.

 
black 2020-03-26 20:04:09 

In reply to Halliwell

I just read something that says rabies kill 55,000 people a year.

Bats are notorious for carrying rabies.

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 20:06:48 

In reply to black

To put the SMR of rabies into context, there are approximately 7,000 neonatal deaths every day globally.

 
black 2020-03-26 20:09:07 

In reply to Courtesy

7000 Neonatal deaths daily?

Is that possible?

 
Halliwell 2020-03-26 20:11:41 

In reply to black

In Asia and Africa it’s more canid bites though

 
Courtesy 2020-03-26 20:17:18 

In reply to black

Yep. Also Maternal Mortality is about 270, 000 annually.

Every day 740 mothers die.

 
black 2020-03-26 20:43:04 

11 deadly diseases that hopped across species

Bats host more than 60 human infecting viruses

 
black 2020-03-26 21:54:50 

In reply to bravos

Nothing beats the 14th-century Black Death (also called Bubonic Plague) for sheer global impact of a single disease outbreak and bringing civilization to its knees. It is the epitome of plague. Corpses piled in the streets from Europe to Egypt and across Asia. Some 75 million people died — at a time when there were only about 360 million living on Earth. Death came in a matter of days, and it was excruciatingly painful


The bubonic plague was indeed, badass.

 
Scar 2020-03-27 04:41:38 

I think the question ask "is" so that means current and now not controllable. Funny thing is the flu still kills a lot of people annually though not as,quickly as COVID-19. I guess there.is no fear of it. ROTO virus and EBOLA are I think currently the most feared.

Historically SmallPox killed the most people ever. Over 300 million- wiped out the milions of American Indians real quick. Still around.
The plague killed roughly 60 million at that time considered half of europe. Still around since it was rodent borne. Dont let Trump know where it started.
Rodents also carry Rabies.
Funny thing how all of them are animal borne and cross over due to human unsanitary behavior and recklessness.