Thursday, October 22, 2009

Wash your hands!

This doc says it better:



h/t to Steve Bates in comments.

13 comments:

Mike Goldman said...

Yeah, washing your hands is a good idea. :)

ellroon said...

And don't touch your face... I get an F right there.

Mike Goldman said...

Get your mercury vitamins today!

Mike Goldman said...

Whee!

Mike Goldman said...

Yay!

ellroon said...

Mike, I'm sure you're enthused about Obama making the H1N1 flu a national emergency?

Still reading both sides of the flu shot.... and mercury is supposed to be good for you!

Mike Goldman said...

The emergency declaration seems to be a red tape cutting measure, and I'm not someone who worries that there will be some kind of mandatory vaccination. It wouldn't go over very well anyhow. None of my doctors have encouraged me to take a swine flu shot and my nurses have openly said they would not take it.

CDC is following the lead of WHO, I guess, and what is Obama supposed to do, call the CDC wrong? I can't really figure out who is pulling the strings here, but I don't really blame him for picking his fights.

Mike Goldman said...

Hey, here's an idea... ask a manufacturer.

ellroon said...

Ya, saw that one. It would be nice to actually hear the truth about this stuff, rather than having to play Sherlock Holmes all the time...

Mike Goldman said...

It's not like our government suddenly became totally trustworthy when Barack Obama became president. I don't know why people seem to have let their guard down so much.

We are still responsible for finding the truth. And some truths will not be revealed officially no matter what as long as there are powerful people who would be compromised by the revelation.

You CANNOT trust the government. You CANNOT trust corporations. You CANNOT trust the media. You have to trust yourself.

ellroon said...

I know, Mike, I hear you. But it gets really... tiresome and lonely when you can't trust anybody...

Mike Goldman said...

Trust those you love, then. That's always good. :)

ellroon said...

Yes, a good place to start.