Honestly, I'm getting rather tired of the Swine Flu and the panic it's causing/caused. I also found an article on Reuters that said companies could vaccinate over 4.9 billion people against the swine flu. Now, if people would slow down long enough to think they would remember that this is not new to our country (USA) or the world for that matter. 1 person died in 1976 from the swine flu but then over 25 died from the vaccine which begs the question, this time around, over 30 years later, will you take the swine flu vaccine? And yes, I realize that there have been more deaths, however, it is still less than 100 but it's also important to realize that nearly 3 million people die from TB alone each year. TB is contagious and spreads through the air like the common cold. So I present the question to you, will you take a swine flu vaccine when it eventually hits the market?