Stay Healthy, San Diego...

Instead of stay classy? Ha. I crack myself up!

But, in all seriousness, I bring you yet another reason one should try to stay healthy!

The recent revamp of Swine Flu freak outs have got me thinking that maybe, just maybe, it's more than just swine flu. For instance, read this statement of what doctors are doing to prepare for the school year (lots of little kids in close proximity to one another means lots of germ sharing.... eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew):

Hoping to finish emergency plans for H1N1 this week before students return to school and begin the next stage of the pandemic. Incubation is 1-10 days after exposure. Individuals shed H1N1 virus the day BEFORE symptoms until after the 7th day after symptoms begin. EVERYONE needs to wear a mask if you are coughing and wash hands and/or use hand sanitizers very frequently. Up to 70% will become infected.

Does that sound like zombie virus awareness to you? Cuz it sounds like zombie virus awareness to me! So, get yourselves healthy, people! You don't want to catch the H1Z1 virus!

BUT, that is not the only reason you want to get healthy.

A recent mathematical study shows that the only way to survive the zombiepocalypse is to "hit hard and hit often." Something that can't be done if you're too lazy to get off your couch!

“An outbreak of zombies is likely to be disastrous, unless extremely aggressive tactics are employed against the undead. It is imperative that zombies are dealt with quickly, or else we are all in a great deal of trouble.”

(To read more about this mathematical study, go HERE)

So you see, living a healthy lifestyle won't only help to prevent heart attacks, but it'll also help to prevent the spread of zombie flu and the extinction of man kind!

So stay healthy, San Diego (and everywhere else)! Because becoming a zombie? SO not classy.

(still camping)

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Anonymous said...

thanks for commenting on my post a few days ago. i try to not worry excessively about things like the swine flu. i think a healthy dose of practicality never hurts anyone. living and working in one of the biggest cities in the world has led me to be a much more diligent hand washer and to be much less "touchy" in general.
but in the end, there is only so much you can do to protect yourself.