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Originally Posted by Xiaogou View Post

So which one of you sat beside him on the red line?

Red line? You are not referring to the subway..are you?
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Originally Posted by Joffrey View Post

Huh? Just because you were in the vicinity of people infected with ebola doesn't mean you have it. Where was he supposed to go after his stint was over? There are pretty straightforward guidelines to follow for the medical workers. He apparently followed them closely and sought treatment when he thought he was developing early stage symptoms.

He came home to NYC. Nothing wrong with that.
But the guidelines say 21 days. He didn't follow that.
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I've been on the A and the 1 in the past couple of days. Awwwweessoome.
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Red line? You are not referring to the subway..are you?

I think he means the 1 train, which only cattle take..


Anyway, the mayor is giving a press conference and there is a guy "signing" his speech but there is no way what he is signing is what the mayor is saying. the mayor is talking about the health system and the guy us just making what seem to be jerking off hand motions mixed in with some signals calling for a squeeze bunt confused.gif
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

I think he means the 1 train, which only cattle take..


Anyway, the mayor is giving a press conference and there is a guy "signing" his speech but there is no way what he is signing is what the mayor is saying. the mayor is talking about the health system and the guy us just making what seem to be jerking off hand motions mixed in with some signals calling for a squeeze bunt confused.gif

Watching now.....

Oh no....he is speaking Spanish. The only thing I understood is "Bellevue."
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Thread Starter 
Yesterday it took one hour to get from my office to the Q-M tunnel, and then 75 minutes to get from there to JFK. Almost missed the damned plane. Left three hours before flight time, got to the gate just as they started boarding,
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

I think he means the 1 train, which only cattle take..


Anyway, the mayor is giving a press conference and there is a guy "signing" his speech but there is no way what he is signing is what the mayor is saying. the mayor is talking about the health system and the guy us just making what seem to be jerking off hand motions mixed in with some signals calling for a squeeze bunt confused.gif

CDC Team leader doesn't seem like she has her shit together.

She stated that there are screening processes in place. Was asked a followup......"but the Dr got through despite screening. How about a regular person getting through just feeling that they have the flu." Her basic response(before the Mayor cut her off)......"We have screening in place.....recommend that people follow the steps."
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Originally Posted by Joffrey View Post

Huh? Just because you were in the vicinity of people infected with ebola doesn't mean you have it. Where was he supposed to go after his stint was over? There are pretty straightforward guidelines to follow for the medical workers. He apparently followed them closely and sought treatment when he thought he was developing early stage symptoms.


If I had to go to India, I wouldn't go to the bathroom the entire trip.

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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

Yesterday it took one hour to get from my office to the Q-M tunnel, and then 75 minutes to get from there to JFK. Almost missed the damned plane. Left three hours before flight time, got to the gate just as they started boarding,


I tell you, it's a thing of beauty. I cannot express to you the feeling I get from a perfect airport pickup.
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Here's the thing I fear most about Ebola--that the subways become completely unrideable due to delays. Everytime some hungover asshole pukes in a car, they are going to lock that shit down and sanitize the whole station.

None of this "You won't be left alone! We'll get you off the train, call help, and then move on"--it's going to go straight to panic mode.

This morning on my way in actually, they stopped my train at 42nd and said they had to "isolate" one of the cars. Am pretty sure it was just an electrical problem, but still--don't go saying that shit right now.
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Flew in to NYC this morning, traffic fucking sucked, and I think the cabbie took the long way ($50 fare to midtown).

Even from Florida, they seem to be screening before you make it through TSA. They wipe your palms with this small pad, and then check it with a machine. I'll see if they do something similar when I fly back.

Rode the subway too, 1 and 6 lines, it was not as horrific as I imagined...
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The swabs are for explosive residue I think, not ebola.
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

Flew in to NYC this morning, traffic fucking sucked, and I think the cabbie took the long way ($50 fare to midtown).

Even from Florida, they seem to be screening before you make it through TSA. They wipe your palms with this small pad, and then check it with a machine. I'll see if they do something similar when I fly back.

Rode the subway too, 1 and 6 lines, it was not as horrific as I imagined...

For the most part, it never is. People just watch too much TV.
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I feel like I'm getting a cold. Do I have ebola? Please advise.
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Maybe, maybe not. Be safe and go into a 21 day quarantine
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I feel like I'm getting a cold. Do I have ebola? Please advise.

don't you give my guitar ebola. not funny.
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