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11-01-2009, 03:07 PM
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Thanks for the insight Dr. Menance greatly appreciated, and by the way I wasn't refering to who was gonna get the flu next, I was refering to who might we lose next due to injuries, sickness, errant sticks to the eye etc.... because seems we have had some pretty bad luck in that department so far, genius!
... you didn't say that. The topic is about the H1N1 flu. The original post is about Jonathan Ericsson not feeling well, possibly because of the flu.

If you didn't want to have responses about who might get the flu next, perhaps you should have made the topic clearer.

What's with the name calling?

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11-01-2009, 03:13 PM
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... you didn't say that. The topic is about the H1N1 flu. The original post is about Jonathan Ericsson not feeling well, possibly because of the flu.

If you didn't want to have responses about who might get the flu next, perhaps you should have made the topic clearer.

I also don't understand why you feel the need to resort to name calling in all of your responses to me. If you have a problem with me, just say it.
Sorry, I dont have a problem with you, u just rubbed me the wrong way about something u said in the Hudler thread, but its cool, my bad all be more a little more sensitive next time, anyway you can blame the (H1N1, flu) subtitle on whoever was moderating the board, I never put that in the title, which makes me wonder why they feel they can just go in and change thread titles?

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11-01-2009, 03:45 PM
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Sorry, I dont have a problem with you, u just rubbed me the wrong way about something u said in the Hudler thread, but its cool, my bad all be more a little more sensitive next time, anyway you can blame the (H1N1, flu) subtitle on whoever was moderating the board, I never put that in the title, which makes me wonder why they feel they can just go in and change thread titles?
Cause you said something about disinfecting the locker room, and he wasn't "feeling well." Hence the question mark. Had he been injured, the title would say injury or torn/broken something-or-other, or he needs surgery...... ya know?

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Defenseman Jonathan Ericsson didn't skate. He wasn't feeling well and stayed at the hotel. The team isn't prepared to call it the flu yet. Coach Mike Babcock said there still is a chance Ericsson could be ready for tonight's game against the Flames.

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11-01-2009, 04:35 PM
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Cause you said something about disinfecting the locker room, and he wasn't "feeling well." Hence the question mark. Had he been injured, the title would say injury or torn/broken something-or-other, or he needs surgery...... ya know?

Also from the article you linked:
I wasn't necessairly refering to the flu, I meant "who's next" as in you know we've had already two major injuries, now this, who's next?

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11-01-2009, 04:44 PM
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Dang that sucks Marky9er, hope ya feel better man!
Thanks! I'm already feeling a little better. I'm hoping to make my return saturday @ the air canada center!

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11-01-2009, 04:50 PM
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I wasn't necessairly refering to the flu, I meant "who's next" as in you know we've had already two major injuries, now this, who's next?

You want me to get rid of the parentheses then?

For the record, you can just send one of us a PM and clarify, or ask that a different title be used. It's not that big of a deal. In this case, I really did think you were bringing up the flu thing based on the article and Big E's possibly having the flu.

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You want me to get rid of the parentheses then?

For the record, you can just send one of us a PM and clarify, or ask that a different title be used. It's not that big of a deal. In this case, I really did think you were bringing up the flu thing based on the article and Big E's possibly having the flu.
No, its not a big deal, I should of been more specific I guess in the first place.

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11-03-2009, 07:16 AM
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Flu bug hits Kronwall and Rafalski as well? via mlive. http://www.mlive.com/redwings/index....red_wings.html
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The flu bug could make Tuesday night's game against the Boston Bruins even tougher for the Detroit Red Wings.

Three of their top five defensemen -- Brian Rafalski, Niklas Kronwall and Jonathan Ericsson -- could not practice Monday because of the flu.

The Red Wings hope all three will play Tuesday and need at least two dressed to fill their lineup. If only one can play, Detroit would need to recall somebody from Grand Rapids (AHL), possibly Jakub Kindl.

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11-03-2009, 08:03 AM
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If Kindl plays, I think I'll pass out with excitement.

I could see his NHL debut (this one's being shown in Aus)!!

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Probably too late. He's been with the team the entire time. They'll be dropping over the next 7-10 days.

I wonder if it'll be like some numerical sequence, 1, 2, 4, 16..... that should cover everyone then.

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11-03-2009, 09:54 AM
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The team was just in Edmonton, where the Oilers had been dealing with H1N1, and H1N1, as well as the seasonal flu, is rapidly spreading in Michigan from the west coast and northward from Monroe. It was only a matter of time before the team got nailed.

I'm surprised NHL teams haven't been using their connections to acquire vaccinations for their player. Hell, I'm surprised flu vaccinations aren't mandatory in the NHL.

edit: If this flu bug follow previous pandemic patterns it might be better to get it now anyway. The 1919 swine flu had a mild wave and then came back a few months later and ****ed up anyone who didn't get it before.


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The H1N1 shot is causing more issues than the actual virus itself. If you get the injection - which is a live virus - you're supposed to wear and mouth/nose mask for 3 days following the injection. How many people got the shot? How many do you see walking around with said masks? Exactly.

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If Kindl plays, I think I'll pass out with excitement.

I could see his NHL debut (this one's being shown in Aus)!!
He would be interesting to see him up with the big club, but I dont think he's anywhere near ready for that role, so thats not gonna happened instead we've recalled Doug Janik, with Rafi and Big E out I'm hoping we dont get steamrolled tonight.

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The H1N1 shot is causing more issues than the actual virus itself. If you get the injection - which is a live virus - you're supposed to wear and mouth/nose mask for 3 days following the injection. How many people got the shot? How many do you see walking around with said masks? Exactly.
The regular seasonal flu is a live virus as well. Can you reference that claim because I haven't seen anything anywhere about being required to wear a mask.

The H1N1 shot isn't any more dangerous than the seasonal flu shot as it was prepared in the same time frame and with the same general information as the seasonal shot - they just had to split production between seasonal and H1N1 this year.

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The regular seasonal flu is a live virus as well. Can you reference that claim because I haven't seen anything anywhere about being required to wear a mask.

The H1N1 shot isn't any more dangerous than the seasonal flu shot as it was prepared in the same time frame and with the same general information as the seasonal shot - they just had to split production between seasonal and H1N1 this year.
Yea I'm pretty sure I've been on the up and up with H1N1 and I"ve haven't read anywhere about people being required to where a mask after receiving the vaccine.

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The inhaled vaccine is a live virus. It's not a shot. People who are going to be around immunocompromised or high risk people are instructed to wear a mask for 2-3 days if they get the inhaled version.

Most people will get the shot however. The shots are made from killed viruses (heat, chemicals), just so that the protein coat is intact so the immune system knows what to target. (There are things called antigens on the viral coat that the antibodies, once sensitized, will "remember" and mount a very quick response if the virus ever shows up again.)

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The inhaled vaccine is a live virus. It's not a shot. People who are going to be around immunocompromised or high risk people are instructed to wear a mask for 2-3 days if they get the inhaled version.

Most people will get the shot however.
I've worked in an Elementary School for the past 5 years so I'm feeling pretty good.

I think I'd get reported if I was walking around in a surgical mask.

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The inhaled vaccine is a live virus. It's not a shot. People who are going to be around immunocompromised or high risk people are instructed to wear a mask for 2-3 days if they get the inhaled version.

Most people will get the shot however. The shots are made from killed viruses (heat, chemicals), just so that the protein coat is intact so the immune system knows what to target. (There are things called antigens on the viral coat that the antibodies, once sensitized, will "remember" and mount a very quick response if the virus ever shows up again.)
Yep, the live shot has deactivated virii with the H1N1 serotype. I think I've read that the inhaled vaccine is a virus with the H1N1 serotype that has mutated to be less virulent and milder but that may be BS.

I'm dealing with either a cold or flu right now and I'm hoping it's swine flu so I can get it out of the way. My family doctor has already told me to stay home all week just in case.

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The regular seasonal flu is a live virus as well. Can you reference that claim because I haven't seen anything anywhere about being required to wear a mask.

The H1N1 shot isn't any more dangerous than the seasonal flu shot as it was prepared in the same time frame and with the same general information as the seasonal shot - they just had to split production between seasonal and H1N1 this year.

You aren't required to wear it. You're supposed to wear it, per the medical staff at St. John's Oakland (where my sister works) and Detroit Medical Center (where my father works).

And yes, this is for the vaccination that is essentially the nasal spray.

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I just left work today because I wasn't feeling well. It feels like getting in a car crash because your whole body aches. No fun at all. Boo H1N1!
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