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What About Where You Live?

Okay, now I’m sitting up here in my study with the laptop and a half-empty bottle of bourbon, typing the words and it seems like it happened to a different person. It’s late and the house is quiet—if I listen I can actually hear Meredith down the hall, sleeping. She has to sleep on her side with a pillow between her knees. Dr. Meachum says that’s best. I’m going to post this now and try to keep it as updated as possible. If you’re reading it, and anything like this is happening where you live, I hope you’ll leave a comment.


5 Responses to “What About Where You Live?”

  1. 3Lister says:
    April 18 at 8:53 am

    I am in Philly and it’s the same thing here. Local and national news keep saying there’s nothing going on, it’s just scare tactics like swine flu but everybody knows the truth is those Iraq al kida bastards did this six months ago when they set off the thing in Baltimore harbor. Everybody knows it’s a coverup, its just a matter of time! Screw all terrorists!

  2. Meghan says:
    April 20 at 11:54 am

    Where I live, outside of Seattle, there hasn’t been a single documented case of this so-called plague. Reading your entry I wonder if you have any medical background at all. I’m a physician here and the Emergency Department has yet to treat one verified case of the “vampire virus.” In fact the vast majority of what’s represented on the internet is exactly the sort of alarmist conspiracy nonsense that web seems to specialize in. Shame on you for pandering to people’s fears.

  3. Shirley says:
    April 20 at 2:55 pm

    Meghan, you live in Seattle? I won’t say where I am, Miss Smell so sweet, but the military presence here makes what this guy described sound like Chuck E. Cheese. For the last four days there have been tanks and half-tracks down my street. My husband was in the military and he’s seen this all before. I’m a mother of four and I pray for the safety of my children. Just because you’re a ‘physician’ (fancy name for a doctor) doesn’t give you any more right to call what’s happening ‘nonsense.’ Not that it matters—I have a feeling you’ll be seeing the truth soon enough. My husband and I just praise God for this opportunity to chastise our nation for its sinful ways.

  4. TureX says:
    May 19 at 2:11 pm

    We’ve had four suicides on Cornell Campus

  5. Ryan says:
    July 6 at 4:31 am

    Twelve suicides around Bucks County. Bunch of people got together and passed a gun around.
    Over eighteen disappearances of people who were reported to have “called in sick.”
    Many houses have gone dark and lots of people have packed up. Moved on to other places.
    What is happening?

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