El Paso West Nile cases are linked to canals
El Paso County had the highest rate of West Nile cases in 2010 among U.S. metropolitan areas because of flooding yards from irrigation canals, new research shows.
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#1 Nov 6, 2011
And the recognized relationship to the mosquito requiring water as its habitat is well known!
Can you get a bit more creative?
Cause - effect:
The Juarez killings are related to American drug addicts...
The free flowing drugs are expedited by local corruption...
#2 Nov 6, 2011
I like your cause and effect approach. I was recently bit on the butt by a dog and I felt fine afterward but a few days later my hair started to fall out and my bunghole began to itch. I ended up getting some ointment for my fanny but my hair won't grow back. To top it all off, my nipples are now super sensitive and I am adamant that my wife lick them during coitus. Weird.
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