By Jim Campbell
February 4th, 2018
Tomorrows the big day, and I’m ready for it.
Let the loser who reuse to watch it, clean out their sock drawer.
If any member is unable to play, it’s the same as an injury keeping that player out for the rest of the game.
The back up players have all been chomping at the bit to get some prime time play, this will be the day to put their worth on complete display.
Perhaps MacDonald’s will let their infamous boy take the day off?
Don’t bet on it, they don’t want to lose anymore customers.
The New York Post
February 4th, 2017
They could in fact be too ill to play, but don’t forget, our government isn’t the only one at using the tricks of psychological warfare to win the game, any game.
Follow the Money !
It’s still not to late for New England to come down with the flu tonight.
It’s so bad, the Nevada Red Cross is recommending Super Bowl parties “huddle up” Sunday not only with friends and beer, but with “soap and disposable hand towels.”
It’s so bad that an ESPN report — revealing that the dreaded virus has stricken Philadelphia Eagles starters Tim Jernigan, Ronald Darby and Mychal Kendricks — set off a #flugate conspiracy-theory free-for-all on Twitter.
“Damn, Bill Belichick planting flu in our players now?” one ardent Eagles fan tweeted of the rival New England Patriots coach.
The country is experiencing the worst flu season in a decade, with no sign of slowing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that the flu season continued to intensify the week ending Jan. 27.
One of every 14 visits to doctors and clinics nationwide that week was for symptoms of the flu — the highest level since the deadly swine flu pandemic in 2009.
In New York, the flu has been categorized as widespread for the eighth consecutive week, according to the state Health Department.
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The week ending Jan. 27, there were 11,683 lab-confirmed influenza reports in the state, a 50 percent increase over the previous week.
The number of patients hospitalized with influenza was 2,221, a 21 percent increase over the previous week.
In New York City, 3,015 people have been hospitalized since the season began in October, 33 percent more than at this time last year.
Experts had thought this season might be bad, but its intensity has surprised most everyone because the flu usually peaks in February.
Dr. Anne Schuchat, CDC acting director, warned, “We are not out of the woods yet.”
She urged people to wash their hands frequently and cover their mouth while coughing or sneezing.