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  1. 24 days ago on Tom Stiglich

    They already tried that again in ’72, it was nothing to lose another weekend over !

  2. 25 days ago on Henry Payne

    The cross on the chest is a good touch . . .

  3. about 1 month ago on ViewsAfrica

    They’ve lived in isolation for so long that their body hair has become exactly that . . . so long!

  4. about 1 month ago on ViewsBusiness

    Naw, He’s just out of TP . . . !

  5. about 1 month ago on Bob Gorrell

    UNTIED we fall . . .

  6. about 1 month ago on Matt Wuerker

    I can only wonder how many of those patients in the blocked ambulances were Republicans . . . the Darwin Effect at work. After all, a virus IS an “Equal Opportunity Employer”!

  7. about 1 month ago on Ken Catalino

    love the ‘P’ emphasis in ‘Blunders’, gives a great new meaning to POTUS.

  8. about 1 month ago on Henry Payne

    Part II" . . . because replication is the only way virus penetrates into the mammal’s mind. As the body temperature lowers the infection gets slower too—preventing the opossum to get infected by the rabies.”

  9. about 1 month ago on Henry Payne

    This one; For those of you and all others who do not recognize a URL (Universal Resource Locator), there is one near the beginning of my post. Have someone, who understands how computers work, copy it, paste it, and click on it for you, It will then lead to: Do Possums Carry Rabies? – Rabies and Opossums – Possum Facts on that and the article will explain some things that, perhaps, you did not know. First answer: “Yes, but the chances are far too remote. First, you’ve got to understand that any mammal no matter how small it is can carry rabies. Some animals such as monkeys seem to have maximal capacity to carry rabies while others can’t. Possums, on the other hand, are ten times less likely to transport rabies as compared to wild dogs perhaps because of their low body temperature. Not only they have a strong immune system, the body temperature is so low that the virus just can’t survive. So, it is potentially safe to have opossums in your backyard as long as you’re not irritated by their presence. Let’s see why possums have less probability to carry rabies in comparison to other animals.”A little research will carry you farther into understanding form and function. second paragraph below the picture of the ‘possum in the flower pot: “People do believe that opossums and rabies go hand in hand possibly due to its natural defense mechanism. Since opossums play dead or sway or even involve in excessive drooling some people take these mechanisms as a threat to carry rabies. Unlike placental mammals, the marsupial mammals have moderately lower body temperature one that is unsuitable for any virus let alone rabies to survive. Rabies are known to thrive in warm-blooded animals but possums aren’t warm-blooded.According to a research, the possum’s body slows down the multiplication of virus precisely due to its effective immune system. Thus it becomes harder for a virus to get into the nervous system of a possum

  10. about 1 month ago on ViewsEurope

    Isn’t that the Hungry Aryan? The clock says it’s Dix after T’what!