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PostSubject: Mortal Mission   Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:14 pm

An awesome show but so sad javascript:emoticonp('tantrum')
All 4 of my favorite charterers were sick (1) Albert (2) Andy (3) Lura (4) Thomas (blind school)
Throughout the whole episodes I was so close to tears. I cried when Thomas died
The Ingalls wagon was stolen with a major delivery on it to (Scared me to think about what was going to happen at that point, I thought both Albert and Andy were going to die.)
When the wagon was stolen I actually cried because everybody was going to die I thought
To many kids dieing javascript:emoticonp('tantrum')
I never cry but I even cried when the murderer died (don't know if it was little or older (little didn't want to do it))
javascript:emoticonp('tantrum') Last of the medicine was used on Andy javascript:emoticonp('Smile')
What about later? javascript:emoticonp('tantrum')

javascript:emoticonp('affraid')
When Charles and Jonathan tried to steal back the medicine I was so scared because they were going up against somebody with a gun when they had none

Later on Garth (other brother who set this infection lose) died

When they finally came in with the medicine I was so overjoyed javascript:emoticonp('grinsmiley')

That was the saddest show yet.
I'm just glad none of the main charters died. I just wish Thomas lived javascript:emoticonp('Blue')
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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Wed Apr 13, 2011 11:49 pm

Yes, it was a sad episode, but I didn't think that Laura, Albert or Andy could die. The show wouldn't make any sense after it...At least if Laura Ingalls died! Just imagine! The show couldn't kill Laura, for she was Laura Ingalls Wilder, the great writer...and how would the "Little House books" even been written if Laura died when she was barely a teen?


I was very sad when Thomas died, since he was my favorite little blind of Mary's school. But I knew that Pa and Mr. Garvey should pull off and bring those medicines. It always happens in TV shows! Wink

But what bothered me about "Mortal Mission" was that the writers calls the Walnut Grove's new plague "antrax", and lung antrax (the one who was observed in all cases we sees in the show) ALWAYS causes death, once the syntoms begins... even today! OhMy Yikes

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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:41 pm

Really!?

I didn't know that, I thought we would have found a better cure by now and that it would have evolved into something different like cancer

(Me after catching antrax)
Imokay

Neils scared me, and then a few days later he didn't want the medicine ROTFL like father like son


Ying and Yang, Good and Evil, Light and Dark..  All are 2 sides to their own coin.  Niether can live with each other, but none can also live without the other.
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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:54 pm

Hi, David:

But there's a kind of antrax that can be cured, and was not so awful, even back then: I mean skin antrax. Generally it cures all by itself within five or six days. Nowadays, anthibiotics could make the processus faster. However, some 5% of people could die from skin antrax too.

Lung antrax could be cured with anthibiotics BEFORE any symptom could be noticed. If symptoms are showing on you, you are dead... Yikes thud

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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Fri Apr 15, 2011 12:04 am

Antrax? I thought it was spelt Anthrax.


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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Fri Apr 15, 2011 9:02 am

alexczarn wrote:
Antrax? I thought it was spelt Anthrax.

It is in English, Alex. But English isn't Vanesa's first language. In Spanish, Portuguese, etc., it's spelled "antrax". (Just like, in America, you'd be fifeable for using "spelt" in place of spelled. ) Her spelling in English is a LOT better than mine would be if I tried to post to her in her native language.
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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Sat Apr 16, 2011 12:05 am

Thanks, Savannah! But Alex is right. I made a mistake and I must accept it. Only accepting it I would learn to write English words properly.The most hard words to write in English are those similar to Spanish ones. "Antrax" is too much similar to "anthrax". Ooops I had some doubts about the spelling of this word, but since it was a scientist definition, I suppose it must be the same, since the word would come from Ancient Greek. Well, I was wrong... Laughing

Thanks Alex to make me realize I made a BIG mistake; and thank you Savannah for understanding English is not my first language and I can easily be wrong. Smiley Hug

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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Sat Apr 16, 2011 9:35 am

I didn't notice laugh3

Well since it is a scientific/doctor word I never needed to learn it.


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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Sat Apr 16, 2011 6:29 pm

Savannah wrote:
alexczarn wrote:
Antrax? I thought it was spelt Anthrax.

It is in English, Alex. But English isn't Vanesa's first language. In Spanish, Portuguese, etc., it's spelled "antrax". (Just like, in America, you'd be fifeable for using "spelt" in place of spelled. ) Her spelling in English is a LOT better than mine would be if I tried to post to her in her native language.
And better than me!
I guess there is a benefit to living in Australia, apart from the Tim Tams. HeeHee

Vanesa wrote:
Thanks, Savannah! But Alex is right. I made a mistake and I must accept it. Only accepting it I would learn to write English words properly.The most hard words to write in English are those similar to Spanish ones. "Antrax" is too much similar to "anthrax". Ooops I had some doubts about the spelling of this word, but since it was a scientist definition, I suppose it must be the same, since the word would come from Ancient Greek. Well, I was wrong... Laughing

Thanks Alex to make me realize I made a BIG mistake; and thank you Savannah for understanding English is not my first language and I can easily be wrong. Smiley Hug

Vanesa.

That's OK Vanesa. I'm sure it would be hard. And you're welcome. Smiley Hug


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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:19 pm

The one thing in that show that surprised me is that it never had Andy getting brought in sick, and yet in one of the scenes it had Andy lying in the Blind School sick.


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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:46 pm

Well, I don't remember the Olesons being sick before noticying them all (except Harriet) lying at blind School.

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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Mon Apr 18, 2011 3:46 pm

Your right!


Ying and Yang, Good and Evil, Light and Dark..  All are 2 sides to their own coin.  Niether can live with each other, but none can also live without the other.
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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:03 pm

This is a good episode. Also very sad episode. Blue


Got to thinking. Some got the anthrax & others didn't.


Olsen family. Nellie & Willie is sick. (later on, Nels gets sick.) Harriett is healthy.

Ingalls family: Laura & Albert is sick. Caroline, Carrie, & Grace isn't sick. Charles didn't get it, cause he was out of town.

Garvey Family: Alice & Andy gets sick. Jonathan didn't get it, he was out of town with Charles.

Kendall Family: Adam is sick. Mary isn't sick.

Blind School: Some got sick & others didn't get sick. Hester Sue didn't get sick.

Town people: Some got sick & others got sick.

Dr. Baker: didn't get sick.

We didn't see Rev. Alden So, he probably didn't eat the meat or was out of town. Teaching the Gospel in a different town or State.

Here's my theory. Maybe, the amount people eat the meat. Cause, after Mr. Garth sells the Mutton to Alice & Caroline. Alice says, she'll cooked dinner. So, maybe Laura & Albert wanted Seconds. Cause taste so good. They don't show us, at the dinner table eating. Next morning. Both Laura & Albert is really sick.

My other theory is. Could be their immune system. Some people immune system can fight off bad diseases. Other can't fight off the bad diseases.





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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Sun Sep 18, 2011 6:18 pm

My favorite part is when Harriet thinks Nells is dead and she's scared and concerned and says,"I don't know how you put up with me Nels"
Nells: I don't put up with you Harriet, I love you.
Aww he loves her!
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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Thu Sep 22, 2011 6:38 pm

Harrietfan wrote:
My favorite part is when Harriet thinks Nells is dead and she's scared and concerned and says,"I don't know how you put up with me Nels"
Nells: I don't put up with you Harriet, I love you.
Aww he loves her!

I always loved this quote...I think it's great when Nels and Harriet shows how much they REALLY they love each other... Love loveheart Other wonderful Nels-Harriet scene is at the very end of "May I have this dance?", when they dances together a sweet Boston. Cloud 9

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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:56 pm

Harrietfan wrote:
My favorite part is when Harriet thinks Nells is dead and she's scared and concerned and says,"I don't know how you put up with me Nels"
Nells: I don't put up with you Harriet, I love you.
Aww he loves her!

Yes,you can sure tell they care for eacher.


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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:59 pm

I watched the episode last night. I noticed that after Charles and Jonathan got back with the medicine, Caroline told Laura and Albert that Pa is back and Albert lipped, Pa's back. I have never noticed Albert lipping that. The part where Laura was asking where everyone went was scary.
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PostSubject: Re: Mortal Mission   Tue Apr 26, 2016 11:17 pm

I sort of didn't really like this episode as I think they had done a similar anthrax episode a few seasons before? I don't remember. Anyway a whole town getting sick is a stock sort of episode to expect from a show like this. Laughing
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