SUX to run card dead. Still, you need to realize that conceding blinds costs you a helluvalot less than a badly played hand.
It also depends on who you're playing against. Are they the least bit astute, or are they just playing group Solitaire in their own little bubbles? If they are, then there's really nothing you can do other than keep folding the garbage.
If they are astute and observant, then you have an opportunity to make a play. If you've folded out three or four orbits and they're suspecting you're a nit, open raise the next time with ATC. Your fold equity is now looking pretty good. Even if you get called, c-bet.
Of course, you'll give it up if you get 3-bet, or your opponent comes over the top and all you have is air. You'll still keep 'em wondering about what you had. Works even better of it goes c/c, c/c to the river and you get to show. Better still if you win with something like a second pair, or a rivered pair. Best of all is flopping a long shot monster. Nothing gets rid of a nitty image faster than that.
There are just 1326 Hold 'Em hands, and there are times when you'll run so card dead you'll swear you've seen every possible garbage hand. It happens. Rather than whine about it and curse the Poker Gods, keep your eyes open for opportunities.
Then, after a long card dead session, remember to spend more time rubbing your Luck Box.