a reply to: BasementWarriorKryptonite
The more people the virus infects "over there" the more opportunities the virus has to mutate. Mutations can change how well it can be transmitted
through water, air, how long it can live without a host and other crazy junk. Maybe knock on your door...with a mutated hand!
Now that's the talk I wanted to hear! None of this, 'Ebola gon' keel me' nonsense. It will be some mutated strain of god knows what that gets us.
But, I don't care to worry - I'm on a slippery slope towards death and have been since birth. Bring it on.
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