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I think I'm getting sick. Woke up with a sore throat and popping ears... almost fluish feeling, too. bleargh. drugrevenue.com

I swear, I kept a certain radius from him yesterday. Guess I caught it anyways... I've always had a crappy immune system.

I guess I should bust out the Tylenol Cold or something. What are your cold remedies, or how do you fight off your pending illnesses?

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It's going around... something... elusive.

transmitted by Chris Pirillo on March 16, 2003 02:59 PM

Two things:

1) Zinc tablets - They seem to help the symptoms a bit.
2) Hot sake - The heat and alcohol always do a good job clearing the head.

transmitted by Michael on March 16, 2003 03:31 PM

vitamin C

it's a boost to your immune system...especially if you kill 4 tablets and blast the germs with courtney power!

transmitted by Jack on March 16, 2003 04:14 PM

lots and lots and lots of fluids.

transmitted by kat on March 16, 2003 05:24 PM

Lots of fluids, lots of sleep, more sleep, and Tylenol cold or Tylenol flu. And blame it all on Chris. He deserves it. ;)

transmitted by Christine on March 16, 2003 05:41 PM

WAIT! Could Gretchen be a carrier without even knowing it? She was around Chris, you spent the day with her yesterday ... maybe that's the common link?

transmitted by Christine on March 16, 2003 05:42 PM

last year a friend recommended yin chiao. you down a *lot* of the stuff when you first start to feel a little tweak of sickness and it theoretically makes it all go away before it can get really bad ...

i *think* it worked pretty well for me. i never got really sick, and always sort of felt better after taking it . but ymmv ...

transmitted by eric on March 16, 2003 10:09 PM

rest... vitamins and other usual stuff

btw, did you hear? there's a mysterious virus walking around asia... -shudder- somes out like a light fever then it kicks back.

transmitted by sK on March 17, 2003 01:31 AM

I rarely get sick, well I'm not counting hangovers but I'm even not getting too many of them these days. Drinking lots and lots of fluids makes a great deal of sense and so does the rest part though.

transmitted by Andy on March 17, 2003 03:29 AM

Lots of black Peet's coff-ay. Kill off all the bugs where they stand.

transmitted by Tom on March 17, 2003 11:01 AM

now *THAT* is good advice, Tom ;)

transmitted by courtney on March 17, 2003 11:04 AM

Just a slice of lemon in hot water!

transmitted by Casey Bex on March 17, 2003 12:59 PM

It's not a mysterious virus. It's a pneumonia mutation.

Minor tip: don't share anyone's food, drinks, or lipsticks. Don't get really close to anyone's face and wash your hands often.

transmitted by kat on March 17, 2003 01:22 PM

And enclose yourself in a plastic bubble, only eat things that are too nasty to contain bugs, like Pre-packaged soy and Jack-In-The Box pitas. Don't breathe, or get in the sunlight either, just to be safe.

transmitted by Tom on March 17, 2003 04:51 PM
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