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Results from WashPost Swine Flu Naming Contest!

By Michael Fumento

The Washington Post has named winners in its swine flu naming contest that seem to suggest a certain skepticism about the WHO labeling it a pandemic - a well-founded skepticism, as I've written. Among the winners:

- "CNN Flu"
- "Fox News Flu"
- "NewFlu" because it will "disappear as quickly as New Coke," and can be "recycled as needed."
- "Ponzi Flu," because it "starts with just a few, increases until widespread," and then everyone realizes "nothing is there."
- "Y2K Flu," because "It's the same hype and senseless waste of money. Twice."

My, my! Whom can not trust the WHO?

June 20, 2009 07:28 PM  ·  Diseases (other than AIDS and cancer)