Posts Tagged ‘Ebola’
WHY I DIDN’T COMPLETE MY SUMMER READING LIST
At the beginning of summer I posted a blog detailing my reading goals for the season. Now that the hours of daylight are dwindling and the leaves are starting to don their autumnal hues, I guess it’s time to see how I did. Not that great, it turns out. I had nine books,…Read More
SO WHAT ABOUT THIS EBOLA BUSINESS?
The deadly Ebola virus has been making headlines recently, especially in Atlanta, Georgia, where two Ebola victims from western Africa will be placed in an isolation unit at Emory University Hospital. Emory, by the way, is adjacent to the main campus of the Centers for Disease Control, the CDC. Some people are quite concerned that we now…Read More
YELLOW BRICK ROADKILL?
Friday I leave for Oklahoma City where my week-long quest for the wily, or sometimes not so wily, tornado will begin. My wife is absolutely convinced I’m a dead man walking; certain I’ll get swept up like Dorothy and end up as road kill on the Yellow Brick Freeway. More likely, if conditions ripe for…Read More