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New Strain of Swine Flu Virus Spreads Through YouTube

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4 May 2009

YouTube, The Intorwebz - Scientists are at a loss as to how they can explain the outbreak of a new strain of the Swine Flu virus that is spreading amongst users of the popular video website YouTube.com.

Sources say this video was posted to YouTube on April 30th, and has so far infected over 300 viewers. Geneticist Mohinder Suresh believes that the internet most likely first contracted the virus as early as 2007 when Kermit the Frog attempted uploading pornographic imagery of Miss Piggy.

"The virus," says Suresh. "Spreads more rapidly through intimate contact. So when one piece of data is infected, all it takes is one person to attempt to download it before it brushes against thousands of other bits of data."

But how did the Virus begin infecting human users who do not directly interface with the internet, but instead use computers as viewing portals? This reporter decided to *cough* investigate.

I found myself first on twitter.com where the *cough* Swine Flu has already *cough* spread *cough* rampantly throughout the site, claiming thousands of tweets and arriving at the top of the newly instated proclamation of popular trends *cough, cough, cough, cough, cough*. Excuse me, I don't believe I can finish thi



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