sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Sweat?


The Frontier Airlines Airbus 320 jet that carried the nurse/ebola patient made 5 flights before being taken out of service. The jet flew from Cleveland to Dallas, back to Cleveland, then to Ft Lauderdale and Atlanta.

CDC advises that ebola can only be transferred by fluid from a sick, infected person. 

People with fevers sweat. Did the sick nurse sweat on the seat that all of the subsequent passengers sat in? She had a fever. Did she sneeze on the airplane and did that fluid end up on her seat or an adjoining area? Did she blow her nose? What did she do with the tissue? Did somebody cleaning the aircraft touch it? Who are those people?  Did they go home today? Do they feel ill? Are they sweating, sneezing or barfing on or around people thinking that they just have the flu? Do they know that they were exposed to ebola? Not just the people on the airplane with her...all of the people who sat on or around that seat? Did she use the restroom on the aircraft? Who else used it?


We won't know for 21 days until their internal organs begin to melt and they start bleeding from their eyes, will we?
(LA Times)US-based Frontier Airlines said Wednesday it thoroughly cleaned a plane that carried a Dallas health care worker the day before an Ebola diagnosis. 
Denver-based Frontier issued a statement in response to news that the unidentified health care worker flew Monday on Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth with 132 passengers. 
The airline said it is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to contact all the passengers on the flight. 
The passenger "exhibited no symptoms or sign of illness while on Flight 1143, according to the crew," Frontier said. 
The Airbus A320 that carried the health care worker was put away for the night on Monday after it carried the woman from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth. But Tuesday morning the plane was flown back to Cleveland and then to Fort Lauderdale, back to Cleveland and then to Atlanta and finally back again to Cleveland, according to Daniel Baker, the chief executive of the flight monitoring site Flightaware.com.
Who are the happiest Americans? Lois Learner, IRS Mandarin (and Obama factotum). The national focus shifted away from both Lois and her hero, Hillary, the Bitch of Benghazi. 

Meanwhile what is happening on American Borders?

So long as the illegal aliens illegally vote for the Democratic Machine candidate, it doesn't matter what hitchhikers are coming north with them.

Restricting flights from blighted Africa is racist. 

So it Seems


I'm writing down these thoughts on Tuesday-the-Four-Teenth. That's not in the least bit significant... unless you're into numerology. Then you have to decide whether to put the month first= 10-14-14 or the day first= 14-10-14, which looks more symmetrical and therefore more organized. But no matter what you do, Wednesday screws up the numerology, and what's worse, it has nothing do with entropy and the eventual death of the universe in a grand fizzle, or whatever term scientists are using for it these days.


Pluto is still a planet.


Cowboy boots cause blisters.


The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.


If you don't eat your supper, you can't have any desert.


Interstellar, A movie that will be released on November 7, is about astronauts who leave an environmentally devastated Earth to go through a wormhole and find a solution for the folks back home.


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