People are beginning to believe that the CDC is being both dishonest and contemptible in the way in which it keeps attempting to limit public concern about what is, after all, nothing more than a lethal contagious disease that kills at least half of all the people who contract it and that contracting the disease simply requires one to come into contact either with someone who already has it but doesn't yet know it, or encounter any body residue such a person left in his wake.
I enjoyed this quote from Vox.com
The virus isn't airborne, thankfully. Experts expect that it will never become airborne. As Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the Senaterecently: "Very, very rarely does [a virus] completely change the way it's transmitted."
|Airborne ebola spreading at will across the world|
... if they had simply grasped one of the many doctors they have lying around ... with instructions to tell nothing but the truth about the disease...ReplyDelete
Heh. As if.
Further: Nice graphic for the concept.
I thought it was appropriate. The interesting bit to me was that I wrote 187 words in two sentences; without even trying. I didn't realize it until I proof read it.Delete
I was going to chastise you for the length of your sentences and send you back to Elmore Leonard, but they were very clear - you elegant writer, you.
We are but a humble scribe.Delete