Thursday, October 16, 2014

This Gets Better And Better

Why is "Clipboard Man" not wearing protective gear as he supervises the team taking Amber Vinson onto the plane?

Because it's safer that way, obviously. Here's what Phoenix Air had to say: (via ZeroHedge)

"Our medical professionals in the biohazard suits have limited vision and mobility and it is the protocol supervisor’s job to watch each person carefully and give them verbal directions to insure no close contact protocols are violated.

"There is absolutely no problem with this and in fact insures an even higher level of safety for all involved."

So the less protection you have the more protected you are? Good thinking, guys.

Filled with confidence in our preparedness to deal with this disease? Neither am I.



jenny said...

Okay. Typically, I'm not much of a conspiracy theorist.
But at this point, a deliberate conspiracy is the ONLY EXPLANATION.

We can be 100% sure Clipboard is not being monitored for fever and that he will be given the green light to fly if he does notice a temperature and wonders whether he was maybe not so invincible after all... AND that he will walk into an urgent care center when he reaches the bodily-fluid-expulsion stage, probably after taking public transportation to get there. It will be a care center where the nurses have been untrained in protocol, and the ones who don't have families to expose at home will have weddings to prepare for in major hubs across the country within half a week of treating the lunatic.

LL said...

Pretty Jenny, you're becoming a cynic.

"The Gang that Couldn't Shoot Straight" is running things and if they were in combat, they'd be early casualties -- wait a minute. Fighting a disease like ebola is JUST LIKE COMBAT. You do it right or it kills you. And sometimes you get killed anyway.

Clip-Board-Man is like the British officers who went "over the top" in World War 1 with nothing but a swagger stick - and were chopped to pieces.

LSP said...

I'm afraid this Krew of Klowns is scary InKompetent.

LL said...

It's emblematic of what we've been devolving into.