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Stop Santa Rosa!

With the Santa Rosa Institute seeking U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for a new round of tests of Genuflex, their showcase drug made from altered vampire DNA, I thought it would be a good time to remind people of the perils behind such tests. Thus, I will be mailing postcards similar to the one at right to members of Congress and the scientific community. The postcard is derived from a series of vampire awareness posters sponsored by the FVZA in the 1930s. The updated version will include the following text:

Dangerous research is being conducted at the Santa Rosa Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, research that threatens to bring back a plague of vampires worse than any before. The Institute claims its drug research is safe, yet its last round of trials resulted in roomfuls of laboratory mice with vampiric characteristics. We cannot afford to wait until someone is bitten before shutting them down. For more information, go to fvza.org.

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