[embedyt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn676-fLq7I[/embedyt]Marquel, the TPV NY Times Correspondent was reading the Daily News when he came across this Times article, Emotion Is Not the Best Medicine, Ebola Case Further Shows. People ideally would base medical decisions on an unbiased evaluation of evidence. But people are often irrational and don’t rely on facts. Marquel thought, “Ebola!”, and wondered where he heard that before. Wasn’t it the top ten list of New Hispanic surnames for infants born in the city? Or was it a new restaurant with that famous chef who cooks everything under dirt gathered from upstate organic farms. That wasn’t it either. But Marquel knew it was something he’d heard about in the last few weeks. But then what? It couldn’t have been important or people would still be talking about it and Marquel would be able to pinpoint its meaning.
“Those were two panicky politicians. Until you have symptoms, you’re not contagious and even then casual contact doesn’t transmit the disease,” said a doctor.
“Not unless you’re having sex at the same time,” he explained
“Don’t ask me. Ask Fox News and governor Cuomo.” He said.
“That’s not my fault, and has got nothing to do with medicine as we know it. This country is probably sicker than any of our patients but there’s no one and nothing to cure it.” He said.
“I would say yes, except it’s more serious than Ebola.” He asserted.
It’s a lot more contagious, can’t be cured, and is fatal to democracy and rational thought.” The doctor diagnosed.