posted on Oct, 31 2014 @ 10:21 AM
a reply to: ~Lucidity
I agree, I am so far and told by very good friends that I know how to keep things on a level, I don't panic easily, I live my life to the fullest,
travel, enjoy the company of strangers and have an easy and calming effect on strangers and friends, that drawn them to me
But ATS is a different thing, here I am free to express worries, concerns and be a bit out of my way.
Is difficult to take ebola like the government and CDC wants us to take it, and go ride a bicycle and enjoy the company of those coming from ebola
stricken countries like nothing is happening.
Is not going to happen.
Ebola is an infectious disease, that we know, so far it kills more than those than survive.
Is not cure, only testing vaccines and treatments that obviously is not saving as many lives as we hope for.
I hate deception, I will walk on anybody in their faces that I feel and know are deceptive and will tell them that they are full of crap,
that is how I am
, ask any of my friends, that is the only thing they get amused or don't like about me.
I know we have been played by the government and CDC when it comes to ebola, we have been played by the media and now the media circus on Nurse
Hickox, like I say I hate deception.
With that say I agree with you, we should be worry, but life goes as usual, I will no stop doing all the things I do now to be happy and content
just because ebola.
If the government is worry about people no going to ebola stricken countries to work because the scaremongering that states will impose on those
that are coming back with strict quarantines, well too bad soo sad, because the statistics on the survival of those health care workers in ebola
countries is getting worst, lately the rates of them contracting the disease and dying is growing, more and more workers are getting infected even
with all the safety guidelines they take, that is a big concern, how come CDC or the government is not addressing that.
And then we are to play the ebola dangers down here in the US because the CDC and the government wants more martyrs?
The hell with that.
Everything is done for a reason, ebola has been around for a long time, never been a danger to anybody else but the poor countries from were
randomly used to sprout
Now ebola seems to be all over.
Guess what I will live my life as usual but you will not catch me going to Africa any time soon, that is call prevention,
but darn is too much
to ask for our government to make sure that ebola doesn't come near me and my love ones? at least no "INTENTIONALLY"?
Enough with the rant.