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Topics: swine flu, Pandemic, WHO

Thursday, 11 June 2009

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This swine has flew

There is likely to be the declaration of the first pandemic in 40 years expected after an emergency WHO meeting held in Geneva.

Following the announcement to the world's media, a moribund Pete Townshend said that he was only sorry that Keith Moon and John Entwistle were no longer here to be part of it.

He went on to recount the sad loss of his mother to Alzheimer's Disease in the local supermarket one day in 1992. However, she did eventually turn up at the local rail station three days later, completely unaware as to where she was and what she was doing.

He was only glad that while "people try to put us down", no one had actually attempted that with his mother, and that as long as people were happy to be "talking about my generation", things should turn out alright in the end.

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