posted on Apr, 24 2013 @ 11:43 PM
reply to post by Danbones
That is really a mixed bag. isn't it? Whether quarantine enforced with lethal force is a good or bad thing really depends on which side of the
perimeter you're on, doesn't it? I have a strong system personally but my wife's immune system is not what I would call robust. She'd be very
vulnerable to a thing like this if it either mutates worse or just spread fast once it crosses the ocean...and they all eventually do.
Again tho? Is fearing for her about cheering or breaking quarantine? If we're INSIDE it and she isn't sick? Now then I want OUT while she's still
alive and showing no symptoms. If we're outside the lines and watching it spread inside? I'd feel a good deal different about those busting out with
viral loads to share with everyone else.
Of course...the idea that they could realistically quarantine the flu is probably absurd anyway. Ebola? Sure... It's SO bloody dangerous and the
mortality rate is SO high, it burns itself out almost every time and quickly ...it's ONE gift in a bad bad scene. The flu tho? I'll bet any hope of
containment is well past talking about by the time anyone realized it was needed.
edit on 24-4-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)