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“I still can't believe that people are avoiding pork products and that pork producers are facing their own "aporkalypse":”
“; he's brilliant for poking holes in flawed theories, or in pointing out people are using statistics badly, and I will continue to read his articles - his recent ones about Tamiflu have been excellent (even if I prefer the term 'aporkalypse').”
“Long before you'll ever come down with swine flu, you'll be exposed to another kind of virus sweeping the world: A global outbreak of online scams and swindles preying on your fears of the so-called aporkalypse.”
“I have been genuinely weirded out by the number of people inviting me to be a naysayer on the aporkalypse.”
“This is all nonsense about the aporkalypse, surely?”
“Blame the airlines who spread this disease, not people making jokes about the aporkalypse. reply alba mayor”
“Further signs of the aporkalypse: Fox is running a new, Power-Rangers-style show based on Mexican masked wrestling, called Los Luchadores.”
“Some CDC wags had fun coming up with less serious names: Swine-09, pandemic influenza generating virus (PIG-V), snoutbreak virus, and aporkalypse virus.”
“Long before you're ever come down with swine flu, you'll be exposed to another kind of virus sweeping the world: A global outbreak of online scams preying on your fears of the so-called aporkalypse.”
“Here's a sampling: aporkalypse: Undue worry in response to swine flu.”
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Neologisms portending great disaster (tongue-in-cheek or otherwise), suffixed by -pocalypse.
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