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originally posted by: kosmicjack
a reply to: ~Lucidity
So the third in U.S. was Sacra in Nebraska and this patient was fourth overall in U.S. but third to be treated at Emory.
originally posted by: N3k9Ni
a reply to: thesmokingman
I don't get it. First you rant about not being able to find pictures of the victims or facebook profiles or interviews with their family members. Then you go on to rant about the privacy of these people being violated.
Not everyone has a facebook account. I have one, but anything I post on there is set to be viewed only by my friends and family, not the general public. I've uploaded one picture to Facebook that I used for my profile. I don't use that picture anywhere else. And not everyone is inclined to be constantly taking "selfies".
What I'm getting at is that we don't need to know everything about them and their family and the dog. Let then keep the privacy they still have.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
a reply to: kosmicjack
I'm tired, but I tried to make a thread about it. I've posted bits and pieces of this all over the place all week and will try to further consolidate it in this thread tomorrow: How many ebola patients have really been brought into the U.S?
And apologies to thesmokingman...didn't mean to monopolize quite as much in your thread. But I think we all pretty much agree there's something rotten. Thanks for your patience.