Mar. 14th, 2009


Mar. 14th, 2009 08:50 pm
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This doesn't make any sense.

I've picked through at least four specimens and I can't find any trace of something that causes the same antibodies in the blood samples. There's no kind of venom sacs or anything of the sort. Their blood, their saliva traces, nothing creates the same reaction. It can't be just... disappearing.

If it's a virus, perhaps it has a rapid rate of decline when the host dies-- but even then, I've been working with some real fresh ones and I'm still not getting what I want. I can't isolate it out of the infected blood samples, and the older ones have stopped getting any results either. Nothing in there but antibodies and sick human cells.

Vete al carajo, it's a little difficult to find a vaccine for a virus you can't even get your hands on.


Is it spring yet? There isn't enough sun around here. I'm starting to get too pale.

So say a gentleman was looking for a lady interested in having a few drinks with him some night this week. Might there be any such bored ladies in all of Manhattan? Everybody says it's a party town, you know.


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