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I put. some
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - tealcanaan
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God, that would be horrible. Ebola literally liquidizes you organs and causes you to bleed from all your orifices, it is by far the worst of all the hemorrhagic fevers.
#13 to #1 - anon id: fc8e364d
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Simulations can have characteristics retroactively inserted to them, kinda like coding a knife into the .mds of a spoon
#15 to #1 - tomjay
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So it basically works the same way dick does...interesting
#56 to #15 - anon id: 02daedad
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what
#50 to #1 - freezingpack
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Someone read the hot zone
#72 to #1 - thempc
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mfw bleeding from all your orifices
User avatar #86 to #1 - zoologyexplain
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Read The Hot Zone. Basically the true story behind the origination of Ebola in the US and the "Outbreak" movie, though of course the true story will never be as cool as a country wanting to bomb its own people.
User avatar #94 to #86 - doneofsteel
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Could you sum it up for me?
User avatar #95 to #94 - zoologyexplain
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Outbreak except for the affected town is a building full of monkeys. No little girl with immunity, either.
User avatar #96 to #95 - doneofsteel
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..I'm sorry, I don't think I understand. Could you rephrase that?
User avatar #97 to #96 - zoologyexplain
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Just watch the damn movie
User avatar #98 to #97 - doneofsteel
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Eh.. Okay. Where can I pirate / stream it?
User avatar #100 to #98 - zoologyexplain
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User avatar #113 to #100 - mralice
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I havent seen this movie since it was in theaters... Thank you for mentioning it... I've got to rewatch it o.o
#112 to #1 - toastandbananas
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User avatar #70 to #1 - bloorajah
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not exactly. bleeding does not happen in every case of ebola. but what it does do is it turns all your tissue into virus particles, making your tissues slowly decompose while you are still alive. you effectively die, and begin to rot about 2 weeks before you actually die. its pretty awful, and ive heard its also incredibly painful.
#88 to #1 - bastardusnorvegi
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User avatar #2 to #1 - gggeee
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Good thing I dont live in Africa right now
User avatar #3 to #2 - tealcanaan
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Didn't you hear the story of the Canadian guy who supposedly had Ebola after returning from Africa.
User avatar #4 to #3 - gggeee
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(04/06/2014) [-]
YEP
REST IN PIECE CANADA
REST IN PIECE USA
WERE ALL ******
RIP
User avatar #14 to #4 - biomedic
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Luckily (i guess) it has a 95% fatality rate so those infected die before they can infect many others and outbreaks are generally easy to contain.
#29 to #14 - applescryatnight
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ebola can live up to a week after the person dies.
User avatar #32 to #29 - ninjaroo
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"Hey, did you hear about the guy who had his organs leak out his ass? Lets go to his house and poke his body with a stick"
#33 to #32 - applescryatnight
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african burial rights require the entire family to touch the body.
so yeah. poke the body is common sense for them
User avatar #34 to #33 - ninjaroo
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We're talking about Canada.
#36 to #34 - applescryatnight
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one of the most famous outbreaks was in africa, i was drawing a tangent.
#114 to #33 - crackedpepper
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if i had a relative who had his blood suddenly decide to be on the outside and all his organs pack up and leave and you suggest hey lets go touch the body to farewell him id slap you and say farewell to that family.
User avatar #53 to #29 - biomedic
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you can survive that long, but you wont exactly be motile enough to spread the infection to the next village and it'll die with you or your entire village.
#69 to #53 - applescryatnight
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i meant that the virus will stay alive. so if someone wants to bury you, or someone comes to find you if they havent seen you for a few days, they can catch it off your corpse
#25 to #4 - anon id: f47e2f7f
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Has Madagascar closed its' port yet?
User avatar #5 to #4 - tealcanaan
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#16 to #5 - bvsfang
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You do realize Ebola is very contagious and is one of the theorized humanity destroying virus' right
#17 to #16 - bvsfang
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If that happened we gon die below is how fast I would run so far away
User avatar #19 to #17 - Anonomousthirteen
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Damn, I hate being this guy, but you can actually just spell it viruses, unless your using the possessive of a virus, as in "the virus' characteristics includes turning one's organs into a sort of pasty liquid, and death."
User avatar #21 to #19 - fistpump
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Damn, I hate being this guy, but you're*
I'm sorry
User avatar #22 to #21 - Anonomousthirteen
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You're a cheeky little cunt.
I like you.
#20 to #19 - bvsfang
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****
User avatar #90 to #16 - radiserne
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It kills the infected too fast for it to ever become pandemic, let alone being able to kill everyone on the planet. It should either mutate into killing the infected slower, or it should be planted all over globe at the same time.
User avatar #55 to #16 - jukuku
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Ebola is highly contagious but it is not airborne or waterborne and for those reasons is very unlikely to reach an epidemic level. You have to come into contact with fluid of the infected individual in order for transmission to occur. Ebola has killed very few people.

We should be much more concerned about anti-biotic resistant tuberculosis, pertussis and bird flu. However, people insist on not finishing their round of anti-biotics and getting vaccines against many diseases so we're going to pay for it eventually.
User avatar #66 to #3 - chrisis
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It was ebola like, the news station (cp24) that confirmed it was ebola is the biggest pile of **** in the world. They can barely spell and a lot of people only watch it to laugh at the frequent errors in their captions
User avatar #52 to #3 - jukuku
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It tested negative.
User avatar #54 to #1 - Javapenguin
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so don't eat my food
#11 - mankey
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But we're not letting Ebola have all the fun!
But we're not letting Ebola have all the fun!
#38 to #11 - infinitesinz
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Could someone make the scientist OC and the cannon shoot out thumbs?
User avatar #59 to #38 - mankey
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peanutbitter seems to be in a gif making mood, he might do it for you if you ask him nicely. ^.^

www.funnyjunk.com/permabanned/funny-gifs/5086942/
User avatar #43 to #38 - atrocitustheking
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If you want to do it yourself I used to use GIMP for that sort of thing. It's free to download.
#46 to #43 - infinitesinz
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I have photoshop, would that work?
User avatar #49 to #46 - atrocitustheking
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I don't know. I'm not familiar with Photoshop. Maybe.
#12 to #11 - zxczero
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Comment Picture
#64 - HarvietheDinkle
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DAMMIT JERRY
User avatar #65 to #64 - psyachu
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I'm not a fan of Jerry Seinfeld, but I always chuckle at this picture.
#62 - megaducktoaster
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if anyone wants
#6 - include
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#8 to #6 - boomerpyro
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i made dis, have it
User avatar #71 to #8 - dende
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Thanks
#91 - hopporto
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**hopporto rolls 26**
#92 to #91 - hopporto
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User avatar #107 to #92 - funkycow
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**funkycow rolls 52** have mercy!
User avatar #99 to #91 - sabcy
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**sabcy rolls 33** sorry, I rolled them.
#28 - ellina
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**ellina rolled image**
**ellina rolled image**
#116 to #28 - checkedem
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**checkedem rolled image** Jerry´s FW he was lying
User avatar #10 - enjoyablepretzels
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who puts a biohazard in a fridge with food, idiots.



Follow the protocol bro
User avatar #27 to #10 - lolollo
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You can put it in the food, wrap it up, and keep it in a separate storage bin with absolutely no issues. Or, what, do you throw out your whole fridge worth of food whenever anything spoils in there?
User avatar #67 to #27 - cleverguy
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labs usually have separate refridgerators
User avatar #87 to #10 - shadowbreech
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It's called bait
User avatar #68 to #10 - leafonthewind
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don't you mean

the brotocol?
#77 - pagastan
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The Ebola virus spreads through bodily fluids (blood, saliva). There is no cure. It begins when small blood clots begin to appear in the bloodstream, which get stuck in the capillaries. This shuts off the blood supply to various parts of the body, causing dead spots to appear in the brain, liver, kidneys, lungs, intestines, testicles, and all through the skin. The skin develops red spots, which are hemorrhages under the skin. Collagen (the chief constituent protein of the tissue that holds the organs together) in the body turns to mush, and the under-layers of the skin die and liquefy. The skin bubbles up into a sea of tiny white blisters mixed with red spots, similar in texture to tapioca pudding. Spontaneous rips appear in the skin, and hemorrhagic blood pours from the rips. The red spots on the skin grow and spread and merge to become huge, spontaneous bruises, and the skin goes soft and pulpy, and can tear off if it is touched with any kind of pressure. Your mouth bleeds, and you bleed around your teeth, and you may have hemorrhages from the salivary glands -- literally every opening in the body bleeds, no matter how small. The surface of the tongue sloughs off as you vomit. Your heart bleeds into itself; the heart muscle softens and has hemorrhages into its chambers, and blood squeezes out of the heart muscle as the heart beats, and it floods the chest cavity. The brain becomes clogged with dead blood cells. Ebola attacks the lining of the eyeball, and the eyeballs may fill up with blood: you may go blind. You may have a hemispherical stroke, in which one whole side of the body is paralyzed, which is fatal in a case of Ebola. While the body's internal organs are becoming plugged with coagulated blood the blood streams out of the body. If you put the runny Ebola blood in a test tube and look at it, you see that the blood is destroyed. Its red cells are broken and dead. The blood looks as if it has been buzzed in an electric blender.
#78 to #77 - drunkenmonkeydk
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Sounds like fun.
User avatar #105 to #77 - doyouevenupload
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**doyouevenupload rolled comment #59 ** :
Forrest Gump isn't stupid. Forrest Gump beating both Pulp Fiction AND Shawshank Redemption in the best picture category of the 1994 (maybe 95?) of the Oscars, though, is absolutely ******* STUPID.
User avatar #79 to #77 - doneofsteel
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Reading this literally makes me hyperventilate because there's an ebola outbreak somewhere in Africa right now. And it might come to Sweden. I've not even had a good life yet. Well, compared to others, I guess I've had a brilliant life but I'm still a virgin :|
#82 to #79 - azsx
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how can it come to sweden
User avatar #83 to #82 - doneofsteel
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DON'T MAKE ME THINK RATIONALLY!.... Well, I had hypochondria for a while and I guess it's kind of returning. **** sucks. But anyway, I'm thinking something like flight from Africa to France then from there to my country
#101 to #83 - airplanexplain
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I darnededely hope ebola won't show up in France. I don't want to die before I can achieve my dream to be an airliner pilot
#109 to #83 - anon id: 64e0c422
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hypochondria? I heard that's uncurable...
User avatar #81 - popperz
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When I was about 8 and my sister was 4, I remember getting into the fudge in the fridge.
My stepdad came in and asked if we had eaten it.
We both declined.
He called us into the living room like five minutes later.
"Popz, and sister, did you guys eat the fudge?"
"No." "No."
"Guys, I really need you to tell me if you did because there was poison in those."
We both start immediately crying and begging not to die.
Stepdad grins and says, "Telling the truth will save you."
"We ate the fudge. We ate the fudge."
Looking back on it, that was brilliant parenting on my stepfather's part.
User avatar #84 to #81 - Crusader
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I wouldn't have gone with the whole "I put poison in it"

I'd have gone with "I put medicine in it that will make you poop"
User avatar #93 to #84 - undeadmaus
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And the kids would just take note to expect pooping that would not come. It would not make them confess.
User avatar #117 to #84 - popperz
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Poison.
Go big or go home.