Everyday on the news I hear over and over again about the long lines to get a flu shot and limited supply they have on hand, and people worried they might not get theirs. To me it seems pretty pointless to pay someone to give me the flu, since the flu virus is what exactly they inject inside you. The other thing is they probably manufactured this year's flu supply, a year ago when they used last year's flu version to make, and since the flu strain changes every year and possibly this year's flu could not be stopped by a flu shot. I just figure, if I get the flu, I get, if I don't, then I don't. I know you could die from getting the flu, but couldn't you also have the possibility to die from getting the shot. Anyhow, I'm trying to argue my point to others so they won't have to worry so much about not being able to get a flu shot, so if you can help prove my point, or even disprove my point, it would greatly be appreciated.