Thursday, 16 October 2014

In Passing

God knows, they wouldn’t want to work any overtime!


USA Today:

The drums [of ebola-contaminated household goods] needed to be driven to an incinerator 400 miles away, where they would be destroyed.  But getting the appropriate permits from the Department of Transportation took a few days, because the agency needed to draw up permits specifically for Ebola transport, McCallum said.  ‘‘There was no DoT permitting out there because this had never happened before in this country...’’
So much for all that ‘‘emergency preparedness.’’

Elsewhere:
Glenn wants to know where the money went.  Silly Glenn: It’s the federal government!  And at this point, what difference does it make?

Posted by: Old Grouch in In Passing at 16:03:49 GMT | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1 So if ebola only survives outside the body for a short time, why didn't they just lock up the apartment for a week and call it good?

Posted by: ASM826 at 11/16/14 01:12:51 (Rd0K+)

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