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Mopar1973Man

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Gotta love this from a male reader:

"I'm not really concerned about swine flu. Here's my concern.

• 3 years ago, Chinese calendar year of the cow . . . Mad Cow disease.
• 2 years ago, Chinese calendar year of the bird . . . Avian flu.
• This year, Chinese calendar year of the pig . . . Swine flu.

Next year is the year of the cock . . . Anybody else worried?"

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:ahh: I had to make sure :biggrin: Wonder where he came up with that though :punish:The year 2009 in the Chinese calendar is the Year of the Ox. It lasts from January 26, 2009 to February 14, 2010. 2010 is the year of the Tiger.

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Well either way I'm a bit comcerned... But it was just one of those funny pages you find out on a web site and had to snag...:wink:

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You think that means the politics will start taking over?! More so than they already are :shocked:

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