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[Game 8/9] Bingo @ Norfolk| Novembeer 2nd, 2012 | 7:05pm w/ stream

Yet another last-minute, non-graphical, uninformative GDT Game tonight and tomorrow @ Norfolk. I'll have dat stream going.

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ill be watching. and zibby will score tonight, book it.

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Thank you nonetheless Main and hopefully I can add some content for you to help out.

This isn't so much about the game itself as it is about our opponents city and the horrible virus that sprang from there (courtesy of Sudbury and District Health Unit - sdhu.com)

"Norfolk Virus


What is Norfolk virus?

Norfolk is a virus that commonly causes vomiting and diarrhea in people of all ages. Illness usually begins within 24 to 48 hours after infection. Symptoms have a sudden onset and include watery diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, cramps, headache and occasionally fever. Illness usually lasts 24 to 48 hours. Immunity against the virus is short-term, lasting up to 14 weeks.

Norfolk virus is frequently associated with outbreaks in nursing homes, retirement homes, daycare centres and schools due to the close proximity of the residents. Even though most cases are included as part of an outbreak, single cases can occur. Infection is possible year round with case numbers being highest in the fall and winter.

Children and the elderly are at increased risk of suffering from dehydration as a result of infection. Consult a physician if you suspect dehydration.

How can you get sick from Norfolk virus?

Humans are the only known reservoirs for the Norfolk virus. Norfolk is probably spread through hand to mouth contact following contamination of the hands with the feces of an infected individual. Contact with contaminated surfaces may also lead to infection.
Transmission through the air is another possible way of becoming infected. This is due to the airborne spray of the virus during vomiting. The virus is very contagious, and only a few particles are needed to cause illness.

Contaminated water is the most common source of Norollk virus outbreaks outside of institutions.

Shellfish and salad ingredients are the foods most often implicated in Norfolk outbreaks"

So it would appear as though that place is a veritable Petri dish of disease and bacteria...let's just hope our boys come out of this without any serious gastro trouble and can play tomorrow night as well.

Here is hoping Zib gets off the schneid tonight too!

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Oh god finally some hockey. Most games seem to be played on the weekends and leaves me with nothing during the week. Torture.

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Shane Prince tweeted he'll make his debut tonight. So that's something to watch.

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Shane Prince tweeted he'll make his debut tonight. So that's something to watch.
now it begins!!

thanks steffe. and thanks main. will be watching

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now it begins!!

thanks steffe. and thanks main. will be watching
I'm glad I can take credit for his recovery.

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Thank you nonetheless Main and hopefully I can add some content for you to help out.

This isn't so much about the game itself as it is about our opponents city and the horrible virus that sprang from there (courtesy of Sudbury and District Health Unit - sdhu.com)

"Norfolk Virus


What is Norfolk virus?

Norfolk is a virus that commonly causes vomiting and diarrhea in people of all ages. Illness usually begins within 24 to 48 hours after infection. Symptoms have a sudden onset and include watery diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, cramps, headache and occasionally fever. Illness usually lasts 24 to 48 hours. Immunity against the virus is short-term, lasting up to 14 weeks.

Norfolk virus is frequently associated with outbreaks in nursing homes, retirement homes, daycare centres and schools due to the close proximity of the residents. Even though most cases are included as part of an outbreak, single cases can occur. Infection is possible year round with case numbers being highest in the fall and winter.

Children and the elderly are at increased risk of suffering from dehydration as a result of infection. Consult a physician if you suspect dehydration.

How can you get sick from Norfolk virus?

Humans are the only known reservoirs for the Norfolk virus. Norfolk is probably spread through hand to mouth contact following contamination of the hands with the feces of an infected individual. Contact with contaminated surfaces may also lead to infection.
Transmission through the air is another possible way of becoming infected. This is due to the airborne spray of the virus during vomiting. The virus is very contagious, and only a few particles are needed to cause illness.

Contaminated water is the most common source of Norollk virus outbreaks outside of institutions.

Shellfish and salad ingredients are the foods most often implicated in Norfolk outbreaks"

So it would appear as though that place is a veritable Petri dish of disease and bacteria...let's just hope our boys come out of this without any serious gastro trouble and can play tomorrow night as well.

Here is hoping Zib gets off the schneid tonight too!
I thought something looked different about the Admirals...


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Was gonna watch that old mutated-bear horror movie Prophecy but I'll watch the game now that I know it's on and streamed.

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I'm at BK in Manlius picking up a White cheddar whopper meal. The sweet potato fries are amazing so I ordered a 2nd helping so they're giving me the "can you please pull forward and we'll bring it out to you" routine. I don't see how 1 extra order of sweet potato fries is grounds for a "pull forward". It really pisses me off when fast food restaraunts do this.

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I'm at BK in Manlius picking up a White cheddar whopper meal. The sweet potato fries are amazing so I ordered a 2nd helping so they're giving me the "can you please pull forward and we'll bring it out to you" routine. I don't see how 1 extra order of sweet potato fries is grounds for a "pull forward". It really pisses me off when fast food restaraunts do this.
Probably just means they didn't have enough sweets dropped in their fryers, so they'd rather not hold up the line for three minutes while the sweets cook.

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I'm at BK in Manlius picking up a White cheddar whopper meal. The sweet potato fries are amazing so I ordered a 2nd helping so they're giving me the "can you please pull forward and we'll bring it out to you" routine. I don't see how 1 extra order of sweet potato fries is grounds for a "pull forward". It really pisses me off when fast food restaraunts do this.
I have no idea what you are talking about.

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Well I'm home on a friday night, after partying way too much for my birthday on wednesday I have to take it easy. So happy I get to watch a hockey game though!

Thanks Main.

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I thought something looked different about the Admirals...

Nice- I am satisfied that even one person took note of my somewhat sad attempt at humour.

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Nice- I am satisfied that even one person took note of my somewhat sad attempt at humour.

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that was a joke?

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Sounds like old Megaman music.

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Sounds like old Megaman music.
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Why are people so much more vulgar and offensive on the stream chats?


We need more of that here.

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Chat says Master Blaster , an NES game. Never had and NES. SNES is the only console I've ever had.

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Chat says Master Blaster , an NES game. Never had and NES. SNES is the only console I've ever had.
Ah! Master blaster! Couldn't figure it out. Awesome game.

Is there a problem with the stream? I can't see the chat.

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That Patrick, what a Maroon!

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