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Oct
17th
2015

Random: Bird Flu · 6:17am Oct 17th, 2015

Pegasi aren't the only ones...


Source: Horse Wife GO READ IT

Report Proper Noun · 300 views · #bird flu
Mar
16th
2020

Farmer Bruener To Entertain Flu-Trapped Readers and Other Interesting Bits · 2:18am Mar 16th, 2020

Since some of you will be looking for things to do online for the next few days, Chris Eliopoulos was so kind as to post his Misery Loves Sherman archive, Spaniard Kiwi has posted a Spanish translation of How Many Princesses Does It Take, and I’ll be publishing another chapter now in

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Oct
20th
2020

¡I got my InfluenzaVaccination today! · 11:38pm Oct 20th, 2020

¡Vaccines rule!

Nov
26th
2017

Holidays and the Flu · 5:40pm Nov 26th, 2017

Deathless update status: 6k words and nearing draft completion. I like where it went, but it’s rough, so it’ll need a couple of editorial passes, but release is in sight. Had to spend some extra cycles on this one, because it hints at a lot of things that happen later, and character motivation isn’t something you want to get wrong. Poor Hurricane.

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Sep
15th
2018

A Look Behind the Scenes: Caponey and Morbits Break the Bank · 3:23am Sep 15th, 2018

Here's a special behind-the-scenes look at my writing process! This episode, we're covering the latest chapter of The Supervillain Flu.

For those who are interested, here are my unedited "jot these down so I remember later what I want to write" notes on the chapter Caponey and Morbits Break the Bank.

glim reads letter, go patrol town
patrol the town? Who does she think you are batmare?

Trixie's guset room =Spike overflow of comic collection

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Nov
21st
2021

Had a third jab and my Flu jab · 7:53pm Nov 21st, 2021

Title says it all, had both my flu and third COVID jab yesterday and I’ve been feeling odd throughout the whole day today but I’m feeling better.

On a side note I’ve recently updated my new fanfiction story, if you’re interested here’s the Link

Stay safe and happy Christmas!

Oct
1st
2017

TLDR: Vaccines are safe. Lack of herd immunity kills. Get your flu shot. · 2:04am Oct 1st, 2017

I encountered this on a Facebook comment thread and decided that, since we're headed into flu season, it deserved a response, because this kind of "warning", devoid of context and clarification, is really just scaremongering. I'm reposting it here because this is important, and because Twilight would want us to stand up for scientific accuracy. :twilightsmile:

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Jan
30th
2018

The first twelve chapters of Turnabout Storm have been updated... · 1:46pm Jan 30th, 2018

Everything through the end of the first day of trial (part 12) has been completely revamped. The chapters have been carefully edited and expanded to include additional detail and dialogue, and use a lighter touch on the early shipping. I also dramatically cut back on overuse of Lavender Unicorn Syndrome (or Violet Unicorn Syndrome in this case--it really made me grimace rereading this how often I did it back then), fixed some of the more stilted lines, added a few additional Ace Attorney game

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Feb
1st
2018

Into the Storm will update this weekend... · 4:10pm Feb 1st, 2018

I'm sorry for the delay, but I had one of my worst bouts of writers' block in recent history over the third chapter of the Cloudsdale battle, unable to figure out how it was going to work--how civilians and retired veterans away from the weather factory could or would successfully fight back against the Knights and Ravens. But being down with the flu for the past few days was good for one thing; it gave me plenty of down time to think about it and I'm pleased to say I finally broke through and

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Nov
11th
2020

I May Have the Flu · 8:44pm Nov 11th, 2020

But I also have a new story for you! I wrote it on my third day of quarantine. Which is, uh, today.

Please stay safe. This is a threat.

-Icy

Dec
16th
2021

Had a scare earlier... · 3:42pm Dec 16th, 2021

When I started getting sick on Monday and one of those home COVID rapid antigen tests came back positive. But the symptoms didn’t match, as even though I was shortly running a temperature, I had no trouble breathing, my coughing was productive, and I kept my sense of smell. Instead, I was chilled and achy with a yo-yoing fever.

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May
21st
2018

In The Spirit Of Rambling (21/5/2018) · 10:02pm May 21st, 2018

Hiya! Just littering some words here, about story updates, life, music and other things I can think up off the top of my head.

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Dec
17th
2021

Feeling better... · 7:34pm Dec 17th, 2021

But still have a lot of malaise after four days down with the flu. No joke, folks. This is the worst bout I’ve had with it in about twelve years. :pinkiesick: Anyway, just wanted to give one last update on Feathered Hearts before the fourth and final chapter of this rapid-fire release sequence is launched.

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Mar
25th
2020

A VERY Simplified Comparison Between Influenza and Coronavirus Death Rates in the US · 4:40pm Mar 25th, 2020

Since it gets brought up a lot these days, I'd find it fascinating to know: how do these two viruses compare? Say, on death rates? What sort of numbers are we talking about here?

First, a few clarifications, and then the numbers themselves. Please note that all this is for casual purposes only: this is not an official analysis!

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Oct
28th
2017

The Hat Man Reviews! - "Featured" Stories · 8:35am Oct 28th, 2017

I’ve had the flu all this week, but it means I’ve had time to read a few more stories lately, so today I’ll be looking at three stories that recently made a big splash on the Featured Box: “Numbers,” “Sum of Their Parts,” and “Mrs. Robinson’s Stand.”

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Feb
28th
2017

Oh god, he's got the flu... · 10:18pm Feb 28th, 2017

Yeah. I have.

And it sucks more than a cheap prostitute from Hamsterdam. Not that I would really know, I just go off rumors that my old school chums say. I doubt they ever paid to get laid.

Anyway, the flu sucks all hell. There's like a huge weight to my steps, like someone chained my legs up to boulders. I feel weird all over, and I'm sneezing so much I can't put food in the bird feed without dropping it all over the place every time I shake violently from my sneezes

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Oct
20th
2015

Read It Now Reviews #60 – Where the Sun Don’t Shine, What If I Told You There Was A Changeling in the Basement of Carousel Boutique?, Mark Misconception, Bird Flu, A Moment’s Hesitation · 7:20pm Oct 20th, 2015

After finishing writing Mistletrapped, I sat down and read a bunch of recent stories I’d missed reading.

Today’s stories:

Where the Sun Don’t Shine by Obselescence
What If I Told You There Was A Changeling in the Basement of Carousel Boutique? by Hoopy McGee
Mark Misconception by scifipony
Bird Flu by mr maximus
A Moment’s Hesitation by FanOfMostEverything

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