Long Island Doctor’s Swine-Flu Rap Unexpectedly Awesome

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Jerome Clarke, the medical director of the Long Island Railroad, has written and performed a rap about H1N1 prevention, and It. Is. Genius. Clarke — who has in the past rhymed about asthma and diabetes — entered his video, which you can watch here, in a contest the Department of Health and Human Services is sponsoring for the best swine-flu public service announcement, but if you ask us, anyone who can rhyme hand sanitizer with "I advise ya" should win a Grammy.

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