Sunday, August 10, 2014

I've got an idea how he probably felt,

but to run in denial and kill who-knows-how-many because of his fear?

He'd seen his sister die of this, and gotten her blood on him, so he knew he was exposed.  Suffering the symptoms he got on a friggin' plane and ran(ignore for now the idiots who let a visibly-ill anyone get on a plane under the conditions).  Exposed people at the airport, everyone on the plane, then people at the next airport and the medical personnel(who've been dying like flies).

That's him, one terrified guy.  THIS idiocy, on the other hand:
The hospital would later report that it resisted immense pressure to let out Sawyer from its hospital against the insistence from some higher-ups and conference organizers that he had a key role to play at the ECOWAS convention in Calabar, the Cross River State capital.

In fact, FrontPageAfrica has been informed that officials in Monrovia were in negotiations with ECOWAS to have Sawyer flown back to Liberia.
I don't care what his position was and who he worked for/with, nobody with a brain should've tried to do anything but keep him in that hospital.

This mess just keeps getting more and more funner, doesn't it?


Windy Wilson said...

These are the "crazy years" mentioned by Heinlein. Not only are purported adults acting with a tenth of the sense of the Three Stooges, they are voting into office idiots, where supposedly a number of people are supposed to know better than any individual.

Evyl Robot Michael said...

This is exactly how the outbreak will start here in the states. God help us all.

Firehand said...

Probably. And I hope so.