Rise of the MAD Flu: Day 3

Rise of the MAD Flu: Day 3

Patient Zero. Nothing is being divulged to the public, except that a man by the name of Dean Foes, who had been stationed at Travis Air Force Base (about 30 miles southwest of San Francisco), is now believed to be the first diagnosed with this flu.

They’re calling it the MAD flu, which stands for Motor Ascendency of Dependent. The name obviously has reference to Mad Cow Disease, and basically means a complete motor function authority shift, in which the virus is completely in control of, and dependant on the human brain.

More paranoid theorists are calling it the Zombie Virus, as it apparently causes severe dementia, lack of coordination, and leaving the host to fits of rage, though no cases of that sort have been confirmed.

Of course, those who look to gain from mass hysteria (those out for ratings and/or with stock riding on the success of the new vaccine) aren’t objecting to the free publicity. The Zombie Virus title, conjuring sensational images of mindless, slow-moving and unrelenting creatures of the undead, coupled with the Travis Air Force Base quarantine, have certainly helped the buzz factor.

Though details are sketchy in regards to why a quarantine would be necessary, I have little doubt that, because this has quickly become a nation-wide scare, the President would rather over-react to this situation now than be eaten alive after the fact for not doing enough in times of supposed crisis…if this were to actually become a real threat.

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  1. T.J. Stacy January 10, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    My girlfriend started coming down with something yesterday. How do we tell this virus from any other?
    Also, I heard some people talk about zombies, but they couldn’t say where they heard it from. I don’t think this is the zombie apocalypse as some people are saying, ’cause let’s be real… zombies… c’mon!… right?

  2. Frattali January 22, 2011 at 8:51 am

    Very nice post, i love this website, keep on it!

  3. Orto January 25, 2011 at 12:10 am

    Great post!

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