The Flu

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  1. MaritimeGirl11

    MaritimeGirl11 Member

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    I've got the Flu. type A. 99% possibly H1N1. I was sent home from the academy till i have fully recovered. Im on meds called temiflu.
     
  2. trackandfield08

    trackandfield08 USCGA 2014

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    feel better! I know what it feels like, having gotten it during Swab Summer at the USCGA. Get plenty of rest and fluids and you will be fine :smile:
     
  3. AF6872

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    Notified to pick up the Son today. School has closed down for five days. Parents Weekend cancelled. All athletics cancelled. Many Teachers and students have cough and fever. :thumbdown:
     
  4. vampsoul

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    I'm curious, where does your son go to school?
     
  5. AF6872

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    The Gunnery
    Washington CT:thumb:
     
  6. Maximus

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    I used to live right down the road from the Gunnery, Does Mrs. Hammerstein (Rogers and Hammerstein) still live across the street?
     
  7. AF6872

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    Possibly: There are some great houses in the area. We live about 15 minutes away. There are a great many people that live in the area that are not "noticed" by the locals. They all like it that way. You see them in the hardware and grocery stores. We don't go around in the same circles. Although I met him on one formal ocassion Doctor Kissinger and I do not normally converse.:yllol:
     
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  8. Maximus

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    Wow, small world! I know many people in the Washington area and you're right, it's a big who's who list there. I know a good friend of Dr. Kissinger's from Roxbury, a diplomat and former UN ambassador.

    I miss that area, it was a great town to live in and I still have many friends there. BTW, congrats on the Gunnery, that is a great school and I know what the tuition is! :eek:
     
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    Wishing you a speedy recovery.
     
  10. AF6872

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    Sixth Degrees of Seperation. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$. Senior and applying to the Academys. We will see how it goes.:yllol: It is also a Foundation School for those who might think about a fifth year. Good choice for that option and they graduate a lot of PG kids to the Academys.
     
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