Type: Posts; User: 2bayboys
That's it in a nutshell.
Since there are lots of ponies who measure right on the line and who may exhibit height changes due to muscling, shoeing, distractions, etc, why can't we do this:
No permanent card until the...
That was lovely to watch, thanks for posting it!
She had a warrant already pending for her arrest, which was apparently discovered when she came through customs at Dulles Airport.
The first nurse infected is now being transferred to NIH in Bethesda, Maryland.
How would that be enforced, considering they might be boarding at any of a large number of airports throughout the world?
Good point, and I wonder what the hospital would do if presented with half a dozen patients at once who had suspicious symptoms and a recent history of travel? What could ANY hospital do at that...
What is the reasoning behind the transfer?
"There is considerable misunderstanding concerning the potential for aerosol transmission of filoviruses. The data on formal aerosol experiments leave no doubt that Ebola and Marburg viruses are...
Did this hospital take the threat seriously enough?
There's still a travel notice in place:
Very disturbing is that she reportedly followed all CDC protocols but contracted the virus anyway.
In 30 years I expect:
The skin color of the majority of our population will be a shade of brown.
Cash will be obsolete.
Print newspapers and other publications will no longer exist.
I agree Carol, but then the next logical question is why? I expect they are trying to draw the world into support of their cause, which might be successful as we drop bombs in the area.
Question for those who work in hospital settings or who know how these things work: did the fact that Duncan had no insurance have anything to do with the decision to send him home with a 103 degree...
The point of the piece was that Isis deliberately publicized their beheadings to inflame the U.S., which worked. Because beheading is barbaric. It drew us into the present conflict.
But if you...
That's reading a lot more into the response than was intended. But I find that happens rather frequently with those who are quickly offended.
This editorial about Isis and beheadings gave me pause this morning: http://www.arcamax.com/politics/marcmunroedion/s-1572506
Oh good lord. It was a joke, there was no perversion. It was a joke that came out sounding different than was intended, which is what was funny about it.
Sometimes when people are suddenly...
DH flew back from a Texas business trip last week, and a young woman carrying a bundle sat down next to him and said "I hope you don't mind but I plan to breastfeed on this flight."...
I agree with you Rudy, which is why I said "I would like to know why...."
Any of those reasons are valid but have not been claimed by the Hammond Police. And the original report of the incident...
No, but in one account I've read it says the strips were placed prior to the non-compliance. And there is no mention of the strips at all in the original police report.
I can also tell you that...
So the police in Indiana place spike strips in from of every car they stop for a routine traffic violation, in this case failure to wear a seat belt?
I would like to know why it was felt necessary to place spike strips in front of the car before there was any refusal on the part of the passenger to produce an ID.