U.S. government health officials claim there's nothing strange in their decision to quarantine a small East Texas town, where a new strain of what's believed to be swine flu has got half the population in bed and the other half down with the sniffles.
Katie, the folks at the Atlanta Disease Control Center told me that these masks wouldn't stop a flu germ with a hangover.
You can call it the superflu or by its West Coast name, Captain Trips, but it means the same thing either way. There've been some horror stories about the Army clamping down on everything.
Oh. Old man Vic thinks "simple economics” is some new breed of Irishman.
-Hey. Ain't you ignorant? I think licking the glue off the back of all them food stamps has finally done something to your brain.
Maybe it's food poisoning. You know, he's got California plates. He may have got some bad chow at a roadside stand or something.