Donna and I have been talking about stuff while working this morning, and I made the observation that it's interesting that throughout history, disease outbreaks (regardless of the seriousness and potency of the disease in question) not only tend to occur in concentrations of people, but also tend to last longer in large concentrations of people. Not a new observation, and certainly not earth-shattering.
Donna's comeback to that was understated: "Yep, [disease] bugs are social. They depend on us for their continued existence. *cough, cough*"
I now go to have some more hot tea and some a few slices of cheese. I return the rest of you to whatever you happen to be doing today, and trust that things are going well.