Friday, May 1, 2009

Receive SMS updates about the Swine Flu

A reader has submitted a link to her sms based swine flu update service. According to the article, it will only cost you the same as your usual SMS messages cost.

Get SMS Updates about Swine Flu

3 comments:

Kage said...

George, I highly recommend (if you can) deleting the post above this one by delala.

I used to work for Capital One filing disputes. Clickbank was often disputed, very often, because it failed to deliver what was promised, or delivered something very different from what was promised.

This falls into one of 3 dispute categories for Mastercard, and one of 2 for Visa. Merchandise not received, Services not rendered, and Merchandise or Services not as described. For Visa, the Merchandise and Services not received disputes were the same category.

I had one person pay for a music program and service, only to find out that the program didn't get the service paid for because Clickbank was paid for the service, not the company actually hosting the service. After that there are the many programs that don't work at all.

I strongly suggest removing that one, and saving a lot of people a severe headache. Also, it is an advertisement, which is probably not something that should be among the comments.

Kanacali said...

IMPORTANT INFO ON H1N1:

You can get information about the swine flu for free. Most of the information given out on the things where you give out information are scams. You can get the information at websites such as http://ww2.cdph.ca.gov/HealthInfo/discond/Pages/swineInfluenza.aspx.

Basically, if you think you have the swine flu, check your temperature, if you have a fever of 100 degrees or higher, then see if you have vomiting, chills, or any other normal flu symptom. If you do, you can choose to go to the doctor immediately, or wait a day and see if it stills persists, then go. If you are vomiting I highly suggest going to the doctor immediately.

DO NOT GO TO THE DOCTOR ABOUT THE SWINE FLU IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A FEVER OF 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER AS THE EMERGENCY ROOMS ARE FULL OF PEOPLE THAT WANT TO KNOW IF THEY HAVE THE SWINE FLU BECAUSE THEY SNEEZED ONCE. DO NOT FILL UP THE EMERGENCY ROOMS.

As of May 15, 2009, the death rate of americans is 5.

George Vaccaro said...

@Kage,

thanks, I hadn't checked in a while. These blog spammers are really annoying.

g