Tuesday, September 30, 2014

We're all gonna die

Seriously though, the minute I get a whiff of this thing getting out of containment, I'm taking the boy out of school and locking the fucking door until this thing clears out.

If that's sometime next year, so be it.


1) Ooooh, look at the incompetence!

2) Not once, but twice!

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Blogger NotClauswitz said...

The Zombie Ap[Apocalypse was just a warm-up game for the real SHTF.

6:05 PM  
Blogger theirritablearchitect said...

Yeah, and it would appear from the "updates" that we're being soft-shoed on, there may be some who were exposed to the virus who are unaware of it!

I suppose we'll see if others have contracted it...in about three weeks.


9:17 PM  
Anonymous Mark B. said...

This is the face of Centralized Health Care Management ala ACA, or the dumpster fire at the VA, or the wonderful health and wellness cae enjoyed by our fellow citizens who rely on the Bureau Of Indian Affairs for theirs.

And now for something completely different, don't we have a fairly good-sized pool of cured survivors from which to draw sera parents? Understand I'm not an epidemiologist or any sort of health care professional, nor do I play one on the InterTubes, so I'm just askin' . . .


10:45 PM  
Blogger theirritablearchitect said...

Good point, Mark.

Me, I'm just about to follow through on the whole bit and tell the boss that I'm working from home until all is well and hope to see everyone on the flip side, whenever that may be.

BTW, I just love, LOVE, LOVE! the insistence on the line from these "professionals" that it's not a disease that is transmitted by anything other than contact with infected body fluids, as if you need to swim in it or similar. I'll point out to anyone who'll listen that ANOTHER well known virus gets transmitted by infected people SNEEZING (yes, I call that bodily fluid) in close proximity to others...and we supposedly have a yearly shot to help with that one.

Containment means distance to me, as in ZERO contact.

Call me a luddite, or even narrow-minded, but I have no room for any other points of view.

BTW, thanks for stopping by, sir.

10:59 PM  
Blogger Karl said...

Your comment about taking the boy out of school is the FIRST time I've read anything by a parent on this story.

I feel horrible for parents trapped in two jobs who 'feel' they don't have this option. I feel worse for their kids.

It is time [other] people get serious and set priorities that put families first.

I don't believe a thing I hear in the news about Ebola.

5:46 PM  
Blogger theirritablearchitect said...

Yeah, it's simply not worth my boy's life.

I can do almost all of my work from home, regardless, and if the principal owners don't like that, they know they can find someone else to lick their boots, because I won't do it; the relationship has always been just sort of adversarial for fifteen years. Fuck 'em.

Thanks for stopping by.

10:26 PM  

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