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Influenza strikes again and other stuff.

Been almost all the day in bed for three days now because of periodically known time and well hijacker, Influenza.

I tried almost all advised herbals that supposed to heal or ease down the side effects but none worked out and this make me think of why flu has a season, I mean does that virus has a season to spread or is it out bodies that has seasons of ability to host the virus, Hareega please burn it out.


On the other news, Noam Chomsky talks about How Propaganda is made



Gutsy Gibbon is cool and it's stable from day one or actually a 30 days prior to release date which is awesome, developers did their best and now giving their best work under your disposal, don't get shy and upgrade to Gutsy.



Now I have Ubuntu Baseball Cap although I don't play Baseball and I don't even watch it but with Canonical Store it was possible for someone like me to have Ubuntu Baseball cap, although I have had bad experience with them but that pushes me to say American and Canadian rocks when it comes to retail business and they should teach British how to do such business, anyway I also got Ubuntu Stress Ball & Metal Key Fob.


Isn't it nice to play for charity ? if you think so check what Lalla Mira's has in her bag.


hatsoo, later.

[tags]noam chomsky,virus,google,videoplay,ease down,herbals,hijacker,influenza,flu,periodically,bodies [/tags]

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