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  1. feverjr commented on Tom Toles 4 days ago

    At the time no one knew that it only infected monkeys, they did know it was killing the monkeys, serologic testing came back with six positives of employees at the facility. By the way, Marburg is the name of the variant that killed six in Germany back in the 60’s, that was imported on monkeys.

  2. feverjr commented on Tom Toles 5 days ago

    By the way, that lab was decontaminated and is now a day care center. What I’m saying is we need some perspective, the sky is not falling. There are challenges everywhere, we need to deal with them, not fear them.

  3. feverjr commented on Tom Toles 5 days ago

    Back in 1989 Ebola made its way to Reston, VA, by way of monkeys imported from the Philippines for research. After the Reston virus, we stopped importing monkeys from there.


  4. feverjr commented on Scott Stantis 5 days ago

    Ebola has been here before, back in ‘89. It wasn’t the end of the world, get a grip people.


  5. feverjr commented on Drew Sheneman 23 days ago

    John Oliver on his Sunday show highlighted the Miss America Pageant. The pageant makes a big deal out of its available $45 million for scholarships. Turns out that less than $500,000 was actually given in 2012. To arrive at the higher number, pageant officials take every available scholarship in every state and multiply by every contestant…. creative accounting.


  6. feverjr commented on Paul Szep about 1 month ago

    The “Project for a New American Century” think tank, that got the US into Iraq, is back. It’s called the “Foreign Policy Initiative” and has Robert Kagan and William Kristal heading it. It’s deja vu all over again.

  7. feverjr commented on (th)ink about 1 month ago

    This is the same defense Mike Rogers, chair of the Intelligence Committee, used to defend the NSA. As he said, " you can’t have your privacy violated if you don’t know your privacy is being violated, right."

  8. feverjr commented on Tom Toles 2 months ago

    “It could last six days, six weeks. I doubt six months.”

  9. feverjr commented on Pat Oliphant 3 months ago

    Nina Paley summed it up in a short cartoon video…..


  10. feverjr commented on Tom Toles 3 months ago

    The ATCC, the American Type Culture Collection, has all of these biologicals. In fact, back in the 80’s shipped anthrax to Iraq. Wonder how well the ATCC is regulated today?