Written by Hydrogen Balloon
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Topics: Computers, Virus, CDC

Sunday, 19 April 2009

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DATELINE:ATLANTA-- The Center for Disease Comedy (CDC) is reporting the first case of a computer virus infecting human beings. The virus is called MSM (Missing Some Memory) and it has infected at least two-hundred people in the USA. The virus jumped from cyberspace to the human race 'last week' and the CDC fears there may be a pandemic.

The MSM virus first infects email. Computer users may receive an email from MSM sent to their attention. Viewing this corrupted email apparently changes the brainwaves via the optic nerve. Infected humans pass the MSM virus either by looking at other people or simply by looking at other websites.

The disease is growing at an alarming rate, according to CDC officials, and Homeland Security has been notified. Many websites are already infected.

Symptoms of MSM appear at once. Short term memory disappears immediately. Long term memories are either erased or corrupted within seconds. The IQ drops to almost zero and reading skills disappear. There is no known cure at this time.

TheSpoof.com was identified as a major source of the virus and is about to be shut down. Anyone reading stories may first notice ltters strt disappearing. Thn, th rdr mght not be able to fllw th rst and nd. Sd? Y gt!!

Death quickly follows.

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