Friday, October 28, 2005

Be Careful What You Search For, You Just Might Catch It

"Although users are constantly being told not to open attachments from unknown sources, some are likely to ignore these warnings because of their interest in the epidemic and potential threat to their own lives."
- from "Bird flue brings on PC virus," by John Blau.

The H5N1, avian flu, virus is no longer just an organic threat. Computer virus hackers coded e-mails with a new Trojan Horse virus with a subject line about the bird flu sweeping Asia and Eastern Europe.

Some pundits consider the media is responsible for starting a global panic. Maybe that panic has caused this new internet virus. Maybe people just like playing God to tear down our false plasma idols.

No amount of Homeland Security color spending can prevent natural disasters and pandemics. Preparation for before and after, can be and has been a stitch in this administration's side since Katrina hit nearly two months ago, followed by Rita and Wilma. We can't blaim the administration for this new computer virus outbreak, it's as good a time as any to start blaming the media again.


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