If any particular culture is unable to understand and take coping measures, well, that’s a problem. If they don’t have access to health care, that’s a different problem. What I see here is the first sort: He’s working with people from outside his bubble and going into the home of the very vulnerable, unmasked here with the implication that perhaps he’s unmasked also at work. Very dangerous behavior.
The Trump admin lives on.
Lose your money and your grandparents. Smart, Jr., Real Smart.
I can’t give any advice with this one. The thoughtlessness of youth has been with us always, though seldom in such a deadly fashion.
Sadly there are many that still think it’s a hoax.
Bringing your friends to meet your grandpa/grandma is always a nice touch. And, getting their inheritance sooner doesn’t hurt either.
I think Mr. Two Bulls’ label catches the situation pretty well. Not just Native Americans, but any who have a culture where multi-gnerational families are common. Last spring, when Lombardian Italy was leading in the death race, it was pointed out that there were many multi-generational families, where the young worked in the cities and brought home the disease to their elderly relatives. Notice that young guy appears to be bringing purchased goods (grocery items probably) with him. I don’t know that a casino would sell those, so he probably stopped off somewhere to get them.
And as usual, great artwork by Mr. Two Bulls.
Would our government do this … /s
Are the casinos this year’s smallpox infected blankets?
Our local First Nations set up road blocks a month back. With multi-generational housing it is just asking for outbreaks. Long Term Care is a family thing, so good for them trying to keep it at bay. The next generation vaccine that doesn’t require extreme cold is on its way to northern communities for at risk residents.
Love ya grand parents…
Maybe he saw an undertaker.
I didn’t have a mask, but my friends said they ’had my back" by looking out for those who looked like Democrats.
November 20, 2017