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Plagues of animals[edit]

glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch>glitch> Should there be an entry on plagues of animals, e.g. mice plagues?

Done. --David Broadfoot (talk) 14:59, 11 December 2007 (UTC)

Major re-arrange[edit]

I have re-arranged the was Plague was treated navigationally.

These changes may be confusing and I'm happy to disucss them. --Commander Keane 10:37, 3 November 2005 (UTC)

OK, discussion about this is occuring at Talk:List of Bubonic plague outbreaks--Commander Keane 05:00, 4 November 2005 (UTC)
Please note that my comments above have been altered. The piping used was introduced by another editor. When I orginially wrote it there was no piping.--Commander Keane 01:17, 23 February 2006 (UTC)

Types of Plague[edit]

By far the most commonly encountered is Bubonic plague which usually kills about 65% of those infected within 2-5 days after the disease appears, and the more lethal pneumonic form which kills almost invariably, even more rapidly. A third variety, so-called septacaemic plague occurs early on during bubonic outbreaks and kills very suddenly without the characteristic swelling in the lymph glands that is associated with bubonic plague or the bleeding from every conceivable orifice which was a feature of the much rarer pneumonic form.

Obesity plague[edit]

I removed the link to 'obesity plague'. I think that, even with a reference, it's too remotely removed from the purposes of a disambiguation page, since 'plague' is used to refer to all numbers of unpleasant things, but people aren't necessarily going to go searching for them using the word 'plague'. (I could provide plenty of links to: 'plague of cell phones!' and that's just the first example I thought of.) Marieblasdell 00:58, 12 May 2007 (UTC)

Cool. I've been tempted to do so for a while! (John User:Jwy talk) 03:19, 12 May 2007 (UTC)

The Plague (Metal Band)[edit]

I know of a heavy metal band, The Plague, but I cannot find anything about them on the web. Will somebody living near Moorpark find out more about this band? --Jeffo bazoni

Today I Caught The Plague[edit]

The band Today I Caught The Plague is also refrenced in this article, im not sure why my description of the band was constantly removed. All i was trying to do was to elaborate on this group, if you still find that this information is irrelevant, i will let the topic of the page be.Innerprimate (talk) 22:58, 20 August 2009 (UTC)

Logical arrangement?[edit]

So, what makes this more logical? Alphabetical is more encyclopedic? WBardwin 20:17, 3 August 2007 (UTC)