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steve1906
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Don’t go anywhere. And don’t let your pets go anywhere.

Basically becoming a hermit is your best option. Gather your pets around you and lock the doors, convince the pets to hibernate if you must.

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Quit your job and mail order your groceries. Or just order pizza repetitively. The world outside is dangerously full of ticks. It’s simply not worth the risk.

If you do go anywhere, always wear a hazmat suit.

Grocery shopping? Wear the suit. Fetching the mail? Wear the suit. Going for a walk? Wear the suit. Walk around in confidence knowing that you have given no opportunity to contract Lyme. People may stare at you. Ignore them. They are ignorant of the dangers. You, sir, are safe.

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Hint: If you really don’t want to look out of place, you can always just wear a storm trooper suit. That basically covers just as much a hazmat suit would. And stormtroopers always look cool. People even might ask for your autograph, and you could become famous.

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[lol] [lol] [lol]

Thanks for the laughs - I needed this today!

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This might just work as a way to hand out Lyme brochures!!!
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Robin, I think that's a great idea!

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I think it would make a point and would be hilarious!
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Too funny! Tanks fer de laffs!

BUT, we are missing something. We need Darth Vader to show up with a sandwich board sign with his name in big letters...

IDSA

[lol]

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Oh, and may the force be with you.

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Sure Robin if you have a gun you can force anyone to take lyme leaflet. I just don't think it's a good idea to allow lymies to carry guns. It's probably just me. But, I'm worried some might forget to pass out the leaflets.

And TC what do you think Darth would say about lymies carrying guns. Maybe you could talk to him if he isn't too busy putting letters on the sandwich board signs.

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Oh shoot! I was going to ram those pamphlets down people's noggins and tie 'em up till they promise to douse everything and everyone they know in tick repellent.

Maybe this could all be done on May 4th for Lyme Awareness month, as in May the 4th be with you!

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I LOVE IT

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My imagination is going wild again.

If we retrofitted the storm trooper armor to be a combination hyperbaric chamber with LEDs infrared sauna and hooked up a high powered battery to drive a rife machine and connect the light saber which becomes a combo plasma tube with nogier pulse settings.

We could then put them on an army of lymies. We would march these lymies on lyme insensitive news papers like the dailybeast or the new York times. And as we are marching get a wonderful treatment at the same time.

And when we finished with the new papers. we can storm the bastille.

So whose with me!!! [lol]

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(breaking up all this crazy energy for easier reading...)

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The New York Times won't know what's hitting them next! First the silent Butoh treatment, then the superduper energetic Lymie Armie marching into the editorial department, treating everyone that gets in the way -

Is the Bastille the CDC headquarters?

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Ummmm, I was wearing my stormtrooper outfit today & I got bit at the base of my neck......ugggghhhhh!!!!


But at least I got the Dark Lord to telekinetically remove it.

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Lymed, don't forget to show up in your stormtrooper outfit at the doctor's tomorrow for some prophylactic abx just in case.
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