H1N1 Haiku (Politiku) On Huffington Post
Susanna Speier just activated her H1N1 Politiku post on Huffington Post.
She Asked People to Write Political Haiku (Politiku) About H1N1
So, I did, of course. I wrote lots of H1N1 haiku.
She Posted This One
My job required it.
I had to get the vaccine.
Ohhhh, I hate needles!
The Rest Are Here
Here are the rest of my haiku pieces about H1N1.
Links to More Articles About H1N1
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Vaccination is a nuanced subject, and I’ve never said all vaccines in all situations are bad. The point I am representing is: Is getting frequent vaccinations for any and all viruses consequence-free
While Wall Street perks are percolating, guess what else those money mavericks have that you probably don’t? They have allotments of H1N1 vaccine.
It may not sound like much, but the best defense against the swine flu involves some very simple steps: Every sneeze should be covered and every hand should be washed.
Parents born after 1970 don’t know about these diseases first hand. They have the luxury of protection and ignorance: they grew up with vaccines and without pandemics.
When we’re bombarded with information (and opinion), experts say our brains simply aren’t wired to balance risk vs. benefit and make sound decisions. Simply put, too many of us worry about the wrong things.