Pants on fire.

So the folks who should know what they are talking about are parroting the line  “Quarantine is ineffective” when it comes to Ebola. I am not sure why the statement was first uttered nor why Anyone would repeat it.

Seriously. How can it Not be effective? Keeping a person who may or may not have a disease under observation until the likelihood has passed that they would show symptoms or develop the disease in order that they will not infect others is “ineffective”?  How so? Why is it a good idea to allow people with potentially deadly diseases to wander around the general population until they are infectious and expose others a better idea? It may be inconvenient for the people returning from affected areas, or who have given care to people here, but it WILL prevent the spread of disease here in the US. The doctors and nurses may not like the idea, but at least they know it will happen…and it will help keep ebola out of OUR population here in the US.

Quarantine works….It has worked for many years in our past.  In fact, I had the pleasure of paying for a cat to be quarantined until it was determined that he did not have rabies a few weeks ago. THis was state law….that the cat remain under observation and was not allowed to interact with others until the time had passed wherein it could be determined if the cat had rabies and could infect others (and whether it had infected me).

Logic would say that if it was effective in that instance to prevent the spread of rabies, and if it has worked in our past to prevent the spread of other diseases, it would be effective now.

I don’t understand why these people are effectively lying when it comes to ebola. I fail to understand their logic, and I wonder what other reasons they have for making these false statements, They are, effectively, putting people’s live at risk.

Quarantine may not be 100% effective. Few things are. But quarantining people likely to be infected upon their return to the general population will greatly reduce the chances that the  virus will be spread in this country.

And really, do they think the rest of us are that stupid as to believe such a statement?

I didn’t buy anything

Except breakfast. And some really excellent pie.

The Nappanee Indiana fall gunshow was on Saturday.

Usually a nice show. Lots of private sellers and lots of collectibles.
Generally sane(r) prices and such, unless one is looking at 120+ year old collectible leverguns in NRA 90% or something (yes, you can find those in this small show) or WWII bringbacks (of which I know nothing, so…)

But not this year. Extremely high prices. Even if one wants a 700 in 257 Robers or something, (used), you’d find it….for $850 or more…Other pricing was similar. 870 wingshooters for $600…used. Ammo was available if a bit high. But available.


I bought breakfast and a piece of pie. I did get to eat about a pound of Amish bacon for breakfast though.

Didja ever notice

That gun massacres and mass shootings generally happen only near election times or when the gun control folks are pushing an agenda or some new legislation?

And I bet that we find the perpetrator of this crime  was on ritalin or other mind altering drugs…prescribed by a doctor.

Of am I just being paranoid?

Saturday was class day

16 students. Only one idiot.

Why can some people not follow basic directions?

The rest of the class did well and got a First Steps pistol certificate.

15 new shooter smiles. Worth every bit of my time.

It is reported

That high concentrations of alcohol will quickly kill all ebola virus germs.

Start early, keep you BAC high…No, higher than that! yes, that high.

I am currently conducting experimnts right nw.

So far, I ahve no ebola, but wil kep drnkng until I am sur that there is no furtr risk. 

Mor as reslts are finlzd nad infmtn willbe rprtd and mrdsnfs as medicl necessarmry.