Friday, May 1, 2009

Public Service Announcement on H1N1



Don't panic, prevent.


The ability to prevent contracting the H1N1 virus is in your hands.
Or perhaps on them.



It's that simple!

That NPR link is here.

21 comments:

  1. I have never enjoyed a PSA more in my life...lol That was the best.. I can't hardly type for laughing.. You have two very beautiful daughters and they are great sports for starring in your production, You guys are just great.. I love when you come out with a new production... too funny.. thanks for sharing with us.

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  2. thanks dearie...now if i could just get on my blog...errors errors errors @#$%^&*(@

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  3. One of those pinkies was totally lip synching. But I won't say which one, because I don't want to get him in trouble.

    I think Health and Human Services should hire you all for their PSA's.

    Go, Angry Beavers!!

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  4. Thanks for the entertainment...now thegrandson wants to do the same thing. Curses!!! I'm not that talented with the video features.

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  5. How do you add the links in your video?

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  6. woman you are going to get me fired yet! can't see at home, must sneak at work...

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  7. Are they going to get really avant garde by getting into some intense finger popping routines next time? Oh, the anticipation :-)

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  8. Informative and hysterical -- You are the V-logalicious family!

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  9. Little offtopic but... You know that "This blog supports gay marriage" button further down? What's the embed code for that, Lisa? I wanna put that up at my place.

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  10. I spoke to my fingers and they want to thank all the commenters for their kind comments. But I have noticed that have developed a bit of an attitude. They refuse to use hand soap and have requested finger soap and the middle one says that he will no longer work alone.

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  11. Hmmm Mathman, I find when I'm driving, my middle finger keeps wanting to say *howdy* to bad drivers.
    This morning, some idiotic chick in a beat-up red Saturn came from a side street, darted in front of me, then slowed to about 15 mph.
    At the red light, we split into two lanes and my middle finger gave a hearty howdy to her, then hers said hello back.
    Then I scampered in front of her and my middle finger waved bye bye as I left her in the dust.
    :)

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  12. Karen - my finger gave up the wave when they realized that there are lot's of shot guns hidden away in the vehicles here. But the fingers held up their end of the bargain this morning.

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  13. Soap?
    Who knew
    Great Vlog as usual

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  14. If I wasn't actively trying to spread the swine flu, I would applaud this PSA with my dirty hands.

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  15. Thanks Lisa,Doug and Garbo for that PSA! You guys seem like such a fun, happy family! Seeing you guys having such fun makes me (and probably all who come by here) smile!

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  16. I agree with MathMan that when I moved to the South I saw fewer solo middle finger acts than I recalled seeing in New York. Finger choruses are far more common here. I also agree that firearms seem to have something to do with the fingers' desire to all stick together. Maybe the trigger fingers persuaded all the middle fingers that their solo act was not in fashion.

    I really enjoyed the finger opera, and I appreciate the public service. I will approach the sink with a different motivation (and soundtrack) for the near future. But I still want to see those sock puppets. Sock puppets next!!!

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  17. can evil ex vice presidents get H1N1 by osmosis

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  18. Awesome! By the way, Suzy steadfastly refuses to recreate her finger operas for me. Since her father was an opera buff, I imagine they were probably to the tune of The Nose of Figaro, or possibly Death to the Fledermaus.

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  19. Who knew that procrastination strategies could also protect me from infectious diseases?

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