Undertoad Monday Dec 22 01:13 PM
12/22/2003: Duck kill in S Korea
Beletseri Monday Dec 22 01:16 PM
I hope they are actually destroying those ducks and not turning them into people or livestock feed.
dar512 Monday Dec 22 03:40 PM
FileNotFound Monday Dec 22 03:54 PM
Hell..I'd eat that duck!
insoluble Monday Dec 22 09:27 PM
Should have gotten their flu shots this year. Silly ducks.
xoxoxoBruce Monday Dec 22 11:59 PM
Wouldn't cooking kill the flu?
Torrere Tuesday Dec 23 01:31 AM
I read that as "Duck kills 5 in Korea"
wolf Tuesday Dec 23 01:39 AM
There are diseases that are transmissible across species.
Not all the results are in, but there are suspicions that Creutzfeld-Jacob Disease in humans is caused by Mad Cow.
You go ahead and eat what you want, but I'd prefer not to risk it, thanx.
Beletseri Tuesday Dec 23 06:19 AM
Most of the new strains of flu that come through every year originate in the farming practices where pigs and ducks are raised in proximity and on each other's waste products. Read more about it here. http://www.sciencenews.org/sn_arc97/12_13_97/fob1.htm
FileNotFound Tuesday Dec 23 09:51 AM
Ulch - that meat was tainted! You feel deathly sick.
Undertoad Tuesday Dec 23 09:56 AM
Leus Friday Dec 26 03:29 PM
Torrere Friday Dec 26 07:45 PM
Well, that's no ordinary duck! That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered fowl you ever set eyes on!
ladysycamore Monday Jan 5 07:20 PM
Yum...crispy duck...but maybe not THOSE ducks.
chrisinhouston Tuesday Jan 27 11:06 AM
The caption for this one says: "An official sprays chemicals on poultry cages at a Bangkok market, as Thailand announced its second bird flu death." Perhaps this avian flu is this year's version of SARS.
paranoid Tuesday Jan 27 01:13 PM
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Jan 27 08:44 PM
If it doesn't, I'm not gonna eat it.
FelinesAreFine Tuesday Jan 27 10:06 PM
Only an Osbourne would eat a live bird.