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UER Forum > UE Main > Your Most Terrifying Animal Encounter? (Viewed 15280 times)
blackhawk 

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Re: Your Most Terrifying Animal Encounter?
< Reply # 120 on 1/29/2018 3:07 PM >
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Funniest typo I've seen in a long time.


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As if my own dyslexia isn't enough, my Android spellcheck edits on the fly.






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Re: Your Most Terrifying Animal Encounter?
< Reply # 121 on 1/29/2018 7:53 PM >
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I read an article from a few weeks ago about the Milwaukee Protocol and another person died after trying to use it as a last ditch for Rabies.

It’s basically just a method of trying to cure rabies after symptoms start showing where they put the patient in chemically induced coma and spam their body with antivirals. Considered a failure as 30ish people died after it and only 2 made it out.

Read it here: http://www.newswee...tocol-fails-782168




Are we living a life that is safe from harm? Of course not, we never are. But that's not the right question. The question is, are we living a life that is worth the harm?
blackhawk 

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Re: Your Most Terrifying Animal Encounter?
< Reply # 122 on 1/29/2018 8:25 PM >
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I read an article from a few weeks ago about the Milwaukee Protocol and another person died after trying to use it as a last ditch for Rabies.

It’s basically just a method of trying to cure rabies after symptoms start showing where they put the patient in chemically induced coma and spam their body with antivirals. Considered a failure as 30ish people died after it and only 2 made it out.

Read it here: http://www.newswee...tocol-fails-782168


It's a fail, the CDC has confirmed this.
All the survivors suffered permanent brain damage too.
At first it seemed like a miracle, but time has shown those 2 survivors were freak incidents.
With rabies there's no hope if the vaccine doesn't take in time.




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