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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by cslewis, Mar 9, 2006.
Dear God! What a horrible way to go.
mmm, makes me glad that I live in North Carolina 3/4 of the year. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
I hope I get this thing through an open thumb wound.
That's terrible! How common is this stuff elsewhere?
it's a real common bacteria, it's just a crapshoot if it gets in you or not. if so, you effectively win the bacterial jackpot, and it kinda sucks for you.
Two button Apple Mice, Intel chips, water and posible life on another planet and flesh eating bacteria are we in the Twilight Zone??
eeeeeeehhh there's life all over the universe. little wormies and bugs and stuff. probably other species more advanced like ours too.
THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE.
Read the post above yours
Gezz that sound painful. So much things to look out for in this world.
awww... no photo.
Dear fracking god sakes
i doubt you will be 'looking out' for bacteria, unless you have microscopes for eyes.
that really is pretty disgusting though, its sounds like pretty much one side of her body was removed to attempt to get rid ouf it. eeugh!
The most horrific story I have seen on a TV program recently involved a pregnant woman in a Florida hospital delivering her baby. Somehow she developed toxic shock syndrome and then flesh eating bacteria was also a problem. In order to safely deliver her baby and save the mother's life, doctors had to perform a quadruple amputation. It was utterly devastating to see.
Just goes to show you how precious and fragile life really is.
Virus and bacteria are some of mankinds worst enemies.
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Oh man. I think flesh eating disease is the scariest thing to get in this world. Things like AIDS would seem "mild" in comparison. Absolutely horrific.