Canada Geese

Subject: Canada Geese
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 19:20:38 +1100
Don't you mean Bacteria. Using antibiotics on a virus is as about as useful as trying to put out a crown-fire by spitting on it. One of the main causes of multiple drug resistant bacteria is the use of antibiotics against viral infections. As for us exterminating viruses or bacteria, well I think that the opposite is more likely.

Carl Clifford

On 14/03/2008, at 7:04 PM,  wrote:

3. What if I were to assert my individual right to tick off some exotic
virus that do-gooders are exterminating with antibiotics: what about my
personal right to "see" and tick H5N1?


Craig Williams


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