Pretty deep of a discussion after a not really deep comic, huh?
I agree with your statement: “It may be the CDC’s fault for not advising continued caution due to the number of immunocompromised individuals in our population.” Believe me, I was not dismissing their struggles, in these times. I’ll go even further and suggest increased measures and caution should be advised by the CDC, WHO and other powers-that-be, until we (all of humanity) HAVE achieved herd immunity from this disease, thus better protecting the immunocompromised and other vulnerable groups of persons not specifically mentioned in these messages. That was my point—there is a lot of blame to go around. With Covid-19 mutations happening among those not yet vaccinated throughout the world, this is not just a U.S. problem, and not just an ongoing issue with the immunocompromised; although, I really do appreciate that it hits close to home for those affected individuals, families, friends and acquaintances. But other that fighting this virus and its variants, what other considerations were needed that the CDC didn’t take, for the immunocompromised? I’m sincerely interested.
Is it really the CDC’s fault or is the 100 million plus persons that refuse vaccinations, due to their ignorance or their obstinance, that would to help us get to herd immunity?
I get the comic—yes it’s a skunk. Boyce has a tendency to have a lot of empty space at the top of the comic. This is a case of cutting too much off the bottom, IMHO. It’s a unique sense of image composition.
Accepted only because everything was decontaminated.
Stole “YOU” identity?
Job well done, indeed! I’ll miss your work. Have fun!
Ant Man must have been there.