The latest in a series of regular posts on stories that should surprise nobody who is actually paying attention. This entry concerns the #1 story in America Ebola via the Tea Party News Network that has some good news and some bad news. The good news is that Nurse Nina Pham is Ebola free and … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles : TPNN Ebola & Atheists
It came up in yesterday's MA3 debate, and ebola is still in the news (especially when you see headlines like this: Ebola can survive on surfaces for almost TWO MONTHS: Tests reveal certain strains survive for weeks when stored at low temperatures), so it's time for an update on the curious incident of the Carnival … Continue reading Whatever happened to the Carnival Magic with the ebola scare?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- I am sick to death of reading about Ebola. Everywhere I turn, every paper, every website, every radio program – Ebola hysteria. Shepard Smith’s Ebola smackdown has been all over Facebook and the blogs this week; he’s about the only person I’ve seen that’s making sense on this thing, and … Continue reading Ebola: A Good Crisis
Or, Travel in the Time of #Ebola. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is one of my favorite book titles (and the book's a good read, too), so I borrowed the title for this post, as we now read news that boggle the mind more than the best fiction: Texas worker who … Continue reading The curious incident of the Carnival Magic in Belize UPDATED
10th Doctor: Look, clean. Look, if we'd been touched, we'd be dead. So how's it going up here? What's the status? Clovis: There's nothing but silence from the other wards. I think we're the only ones left. And I've been trying to override the quarantine. If I can trip a signal over to New New … Continue reading Ebola Panic Justified or Not?
Malone: Everybody knows where the booze is. The problem isn't finding it. The problem is who wants to cross Capone. Let's go. The Untouchables 1987 Henry Hill:They called him Jimmy the Gent...Drivers loved him. They used to tip him off about the really good loads, of course, everybody got a piece....And when the cops assigned … Continue reading Ebola in Africa or Good Fellas on an International Scale
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- The headlines read like Richard Preston’s 1995 non-fiction best-seller The Hot Zone. I read that book back in ’95 and have never forgotten it; I couldn’t find my copy this week as Ebola news started breaking from Dallas, so I downloaded it to my Kindle for a re-read. I’m not … Continue reading The Hot Zone is Getting Pretty Hot
by baldilocks President Obama, his puppets and his puppeteers intend to overwhelm several systems and create a pretext for the implementation of the Martial Law which has already been sanctioned. Because of the guns in private hands, a pretext is needed, something like domestic unrest. And the government and the mainstream media have been trying … Continue reading Analysis of Domestic Attacks in Progress
Cure the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, drive out demons. Without cost you have received; without cost you are to give. Matthew 10:8 The Doctor: You’re running out of time. Courtney Woods: For what? The Doctor: Everything! Human beings have incredibly short lifespans. Frankly, you should all be in a constant state of panic. … Continue reading The Mystery of the Christian Ebola Doctors Solved!
I noticed this headline at Reuters Citing security threat, Obama expands U.S. role fighting Ebola and this at CNN: Obama: U.S. ready to take the lead in Ebola fight Well that's good, It's a tough thing when disease is rampant, It's good to know that the US is going to be taking the lead here. … Continue reading Fighting Ebola: Soldiers vs Doctors