The co*k-suckers at Harvard University recently lost $11 billion through reckless investments but the greedy bastards are now demanding $1.99 for an iPhone application that could provide valuable information on the Swine Flu.
Harvard promises that its new HMSMobile Swine Flu Center application will provide timely information on prevention and outbreaks of the H1N1 virus. The application comes with interactive tools and a video guide.
Give it free, you SOBs.
If you had any decency, if you had any any brains at all you’d offer it free.
Compared to the $11 billion you pricks lost, what you’ll likely get from the $1.99 app is chicken-shit.
Oh well, if you idiots had any brains you wouldn’t have lost $11 billion in the first place.
Swine Flu has impacted 46 out of the 50 states in the U.S. and led to some 1,000 deaths (20% of the world’s Swine Flu toll) including 100 children.
Swine Flu Epidemic
Harvard’s app is only the latest of an epidemic of Swine Flu applications to hit the iPhone.
Other Swine Flu applications for the iPhone include H1N1 (Swine Flu) Update (free), Swine Flu Tracker Map (free), H1N1 Swine Flu H1N1 Defender and Tracker (99-cents), Swine Flu Tracker (99-cents) and Swine Flu (H1N1) Tracker 2009 (99-cents).
There are also a bunch of Swine Flu entertainment apps like Swine Flu Detector (free), Swine Flu Wars Free game (free) and Swine Flu Test (99-cents).