You'd think the 1,000-plus wildfires blazing across Northern California would be our biggest concern. Not so. It seems that the Black Death is yet another thing we should fear, at least according to an alarmist article in the Examiner it is. The plague, "carried by fleas, mice, rats, squirrels, cats and other animals," was uncovered on San Bruno Mountain in the 1940s. Now, just after this week's San Bruno Mountain blaze, said creatures coming down off the mountain might kills us all. Eeps! Or so we're. The 14th Century bug that wiped out 75 million people in the days or yore infects up to five Californians per year these space-age days. But now? Maybe more!!! So, how will you bring out our dead?