Fantasy Drafts

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Diseases Draft Results

5:02 PM
Yes folks, we did a draft of diseases. This ain't no candy bars draft. Are we horribly insensitive?

Round 1:
Sydney – AIDS
Adam – Cancer
Sarah – Influenza
Chris – Heart Disease

Round 2:
Chris – Depression
Sarah – Smallpox
Adam – Polio
Sydney – the Plague

Round 3:
Sydney – Yellow Fever
Adam – SARS
Sarah – Tuberculosis
Chris – ALS

Round 4:
Chris – BSE
Sarah – Hepatitis
Adam – Arthritis
Sydney – Syphilis

Round 5:
Sydney – Common Cold
Adam – Meningitis
Sarah – Diabetes
Chris – Ebola

Round 6:
Chris – Alzheimer’s
Sarah – Sickle Cell Anemia
Adam – Scurvy
Sydney – Cholera

Round 7:
Sydney – Obesity
Adam – Bipolar (Manic Depressive) disorder
Sarah – Epilepsy
Chris – Cystic Fibrosis

Round 8:
Chris – Tay-Sachs
Sarah – Retrograde Amnesia
Adam – Q fever
Sydney – OCD

Round 9:
Sydney – Color Blindness
Adam – Leprosy
Sarah – Rabies
Chris – Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

Round 10:
Chris: Trisomy-21
Sarah - Varicella
Adam - Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Sydney - Neurofibromatosis


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Color Blindness is NOT a disease. It is a visual impairment. HE-LLO-O.

5:24 PM  
Blogger Hired Hand said...

Boo-hoo, "Anonymous." Colorblindness is a terrible affliction, a sexist one at that.


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10:54 PM  
Blogger Flash in the Pan said...

how in god's name was hpv not taken? i mean seriously. when half the bloggers (at least) are afflicted, you'd think that the disease would get selected. christ. cmon people.

11:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What we must fear above all is our indifference, the reason for which is cynicism or the premature exhaustion of the intellect and the imagination of our still very young, yet already decrepit society. It lies in the weakening of our moral principles, or simply perhaps in the lack of such principles. I can only say that each of you ought to, indeed must, concern himself with these questions.

9:12 AM  
Blogger Faithful Sherpa said...

Any unchangeable human condition that is so crippling as colorblindness must surely be considered a disease. Hired Hand: red/green, or something more exotic?

Colorblind II

10:14 AM  
Blogger Kevin Bakin said...

Hey I'm colorblind, and it's downright unpleasant. Not as bad as smallpox, sure, but you get numbers. How many smallpox cases are there really these days?

Chris et al.,

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10:24 AM  
Blogger Hired Hand said...

Sherpa: red-green. Ain't no blue-black in this house.

6:50 PM  

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