geospyder wrote:If I catch the flu at BM I'm only an hour and a half away from home. We have a seven day Mexican cruise scheduled for mid-July. Currently cruise lines are cancelling Mexican port calls. Worse comes to worse we sail around the ocean for seven days getting fat and drunk
Marscrumbs wrote:geospyder wrote:If I catch the flu at BM I'm only an hour and a half away from home. We have a seven day Mexican cruise scheduled for mid-July. Currently cruise lines are cancelling Mexican port calls. Worse comes to worse we sail around the ocean for seven days getting fat and drunk :twisted:
So you are planning to infect us all. what an interest Darwinian trial.
Marscrumbs wrote:Playa alkai dust is a natural anit-viral cleans...
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Playa Tom wrote:How can we tell if someone is wearing a mask because of the dust or because of the flu?
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