When in Danger, When in Doubt…

Run in circles, scream and shout!

Reporting from the Ebola capital of the Empire: We’ve been filtering through the media “reporting” on the issue throughout the day, trying to find out what’s actually going on as opposed to what you might read on FaceBork and other reputable news sources. Not that we’d ever doubt the media’s sober, calm and factual reporting of course. Fanning the flames of mass hysteria might disastrously drive up their page views, after all, positively affecting their ad revenue.

Ah, sarcasm. It’s such a wonderful tool in the hands of a professional. Sorry, we digress.

From what we know so far, a deputy who’d spent 30 minutes rummaging around the Ebola-soaked apartment of the now deceased Typhoid Thomas Duncan (allegedly under protest since the Best and Brightest didn’t find it necessary to issue protective gear to him) was transported to Presby Dallas because he’d woke up feeling “sore and nauseated” which, in view of his recent tour of Ground Zero, naturally left him a bit worried.

We’re not quite sure why he chose to go to an urgent care facility and thus expose two dozen other people to what he feared might be Ebola, rather than just calling 911 and letting them know what was going on, but who knows what goes on in the mind of somebody who is suddenly worried that he might bleed to death from his eyes and ears and various even less happy orifices. Still, here’s an Imperial PSA to anybody in his situation:

If you think that you might have contracted Ebola, DO seek help. DON’T seek to share your happy circumstances with as many people as you possibly can. They won’t appreciate it.

As of this writing, we don’t know if he has tested positive, but we certainly hope and pray that he won’t, and that’s not “just” out of a concern for anybody he’s been in contact with, it’s also out of concern for him. If he DOES, heaven forbid, test positive if if it IS true that he was forced, under protest, to enter Typhoid Thomas’ apartment unprotected, we hope that among those contacts we’ll find the flaming moron who ordered him in there and we hope that he shared a 15 minute French kiss and a long, heated session of anal sex with that retard.

Just to be sure. If he’s not positive, please dear G-d, we’d still like to have his superior shot. From a ballista. Into a pit of hungry hogs. Who all have AIDS.

So what does this mean?

Well, for one thing everybody has been very quick to announce that his symptoms of soreness and nausea fit the symptoms of Ebola to a tee. Of course, they also fit the symptoms of the common cold, food poisoning, a bad hangover and the flu, but those don’t sell page views, so we can safely ignore those. Clearly he has Ebola and we’re all going to die, so head off to the grocery store and buy all the canned goods you can lay your hands on.

OK, so now we realize that we’re beginning to sound like president Ebola’s regime who, knowing full well that they have not the fuckingest clue as to what they’re doing, have been trying to assure us all that Ebola is slightly less infectious than being left-handed and that you pretty much have to eat the brains of a dead Ebola victim while having sex with him in order to contract it, and that’s not our point.

Our point IS to try to stick with what we know as opposed to what we fear will happen in a worst case scenario, because that way madness lies.

As to the Imperial Family, we’ve impressed even more firmly on the heirs the need for frequent hand washing, particularly before the consumption of food, and the inadvisability of sticking your fingers in your mouth or your eyes since you don’t know what they touched since the last time you washed them. Who knows, we might finally teach those typical almost teenage boys that water and soap won’t make you melt!

Other than that, all we can do is wait and see.

Our main worry right now is not so much the virus. We’re far more scared by the fact that containing and fighting it is in the hands of the most incompetent fuckwads who ever wasted oxygen, the government, but we can always hope that the CDC sticks to spending our tax dollars on investigating saturated fatty acids, CO2, fifth hand smoke and gun possession rather than doing their jobs, because we’ve all seen how badly they’ve fucked up on the former. Without exception.

Should it somehow prove impossible to keep them from fucking up Ebola as well, you might find us camping out on your lawn. Whether you like it or not. We’ll make Prozis cry and scare your neighbors shitless for food and shelter.

Thatisall.

6 comments

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    OK, so here’s what I know about Ebola so far; the man who came to Texas from Liberia (who just died) came to visit his children. He had no clue he had Ebola? I find that hard to believe.

    There were 2 American missionary doctors who got it in Africa; they were flown home and had to spend months in isolation, but they’re ok. It was on one of those shows like 20/20.

    The manufacturers have announced that they don’t have enough of the vaccine? drug? to treat it.

    Why has this administration (pah!) not stopped air traffic from Africa? Why have they not quarantined people when they come in from those places? There was a big deal over the weekend when a plane arrived at Newark from Belgium and there was a passenger on board who’d been throwing up. They quarantined all the passengers (without telling them why) and then found out at the hospital that he did NOT have Ebola. There was another man from Liberia on the same flight.

    Israel gave a very nice “No thank you” fuck you to Obama when that bitch Susan Rice (I believe) asked Israel to send in their doctors and techs to set up field hospitals there, because they have the most experience and are the best at it. They go wherever there’s a disaster – I think they’re still in Haiti. But Israel said no because there was no way to safeguard their people.

    As several people have pointed out, Obama cancelled all American flights to Ben Gurion when a stray missile dropped near it. No one was hurt. But stopping flights from the Ebola affected areas of Africa? Nah. So the Israelis must have enjoyed saying no.

    Finally, if you thought Obamacare was a clusterfuck already, read this article by Michelle Malkin on how Obama’s cronyism is costing us millions and causing mistakes. I’ll just give a few highlights.

    Ebola, Electronic Medical Records and Epic Systems

    A Dallas hospital’s bizarre bungle of the first U.S. case of Ebola leaves me wondering: Is someone covering up for a crony billionaire Obama donor and her controversy-plagued, taxpayer-subsidized electronic medical records company?

    Last week, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital revealed in a statement that a procedural flaw in its online health records system led to potentially deadly miscommunication between nurses and doctors. The facility sent Ebola victim Thomas Duncan home despite showing signs of the disease — only to admit him with worse symptoms three days later.
    ——————————————————————————————————————————–
    Epic was founded by billionaire Judy Faulkner, a top Obama donor whose company is the dominant EMR player in the U.S. health care market. As I reported last year, Epic employees donated nearly $1 million to political parties and candidates between 1995 and 2012 — 82 percent of it to Democrats. The company’s Top 10 PAC recipients are all Democratic or left-wing…

    Epic and other large firms lobbied aggressively for nearly $30 billion in federal subsidies for their companies under the 2009 Obama stimulus package. The law penalizes medical providers who fail to comply with the one-size-fits-all mandate. Obama claimed the new rules would cut costs and reduce errors. But health care analysts at the RAND Corporation admitted last year that their cost-savings predictions of $81 billion a year were vastly inflated.

    Epic has been the subject of rising industry and provider complaints about its antiquated closed-end system.

    Until recently, health care providers say, the company stubbornly refused to share data with doctors and hospitals using alternative platforms. Now, it charges exorbitant fees to enable the very kind of interoperability the Obama EMR mandate was supposed to ensure.

    Read more at http://www.jewishworldreview.com/michelle/malkin100914.php3#SocpjPC6g7DOI7de.99

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    I wouldn’t rely on the CDC anymore. They are looking like they need a good housecleaning at the administrative level. I’ve talked to a few people in the bio-science field, and even they can’t agree on how contagious this thing is.
    What worries me is the brigade of troops Obola sent to africa to “Fight Ebola.” I don’t think MOPP 4 suits will help and even if they did, Africa? Heatstroke will be rampant.
    What’s Obola’s excuse going to be if/when a few soldiers catch this or one of the other wonderful plagues floating around the Dark Continent?
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    maxxdog growls and barks:

    We’re fucked. Either ebola or race riots or the economy will tank. Maybe the muzzies will overrun the world. Maybe BC will open the pron locker and blind everyone. We’re doomed I tells ya.

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    LC R6 growls and barks:

    All I can say is my wife and I got out of Dallas at just the right time. We’re now safe where ebola can’t possibly get to us here in El Paso. ‘Cause you know, this is the #2 most safeiest city in the whole US being that we don’t have illegals or drug cartels or criminals from other countries or………

    ohshitnevermind.

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    LC R6 growls and barks:

    P.S. I’m pretty sure this is my 10 year anniversary here at the Rott. I found it by googling “John Kerry is a traitor” and to my everlasting surprise this site was the number one hit.

    :em05:

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    LC R6 @ #:

    I’m pretty sure this is my 10 year anniversary here at the Rott.

    I think I discovered The Empire right around the time that McCain was annoying me in 2008 with his utter uselessness.
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