Thank You for the Doze Code

I have a code in my doze.

Last night I took Nyquil before bed.

It helped me doze off, but it did not cure the code.

Some folks say that stress causes a person to catch a code.

I say dirty rotten germs give a person a code, and then run away to some other unsuspecting person’s doze to plant another rhino virus code.

It’s hard to crack this particular code.

But some folks are working on it.

I hope they don’t doze off until they figure it out.

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A multi-institutional team of researchers has deciphered the complete genetic sequences of all of the world’s 99 known strains of human rhino virus, the viruses responsible for the common cold. The sequences provide a detailed blueprint for the virus, showing how new strains develop and revealing pressure points that may lead to new antiviral drugs. Here, a rhino virus particle at atomic resolution is superimposed over a representation of the RNA molecule that encodes the virus genome. (c) Ann Palmenberg, UW-Madison

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~ by leakelley on December 17, 2009.

3 Responses to “Thank You for the Doze Code”

  1. My god! It’s full of stars!

  2. I hope it’s not that 4 week long cold that is going around. I had it earlier this year, and have been wearing surgical gloves whenever I am out shopping ever since, carrying Purell, washing even more frequently, and spraying everything I bring from the store with Lysol before it comes in the house. Well, not everything, I just immediately wash all produce.
    Yeah.
    Don’t care.
    I don’t want that thing again.
    BTW, here the Nyquil formula has completely changed, so it doesn’t work for me anymore. Sudaphed in any form, including liquid, is now prescription only in Oregon.

  3. Get feeling better Lea. I had the 4 week version too. Lots of rest and liquids, girl.

    I haven’t been around for awhile but wanted to stop in and wish you a Merry Xmas. All best wishes for a wonderful 2010!!

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