Tuesday, 7 October 2008
What doesn't kill you
I like to think of myself as a kind of doctor. I'm a preventative medicine technician. I'm a technician because I employ technical methods to ensure prevention of illness. My latest work has been quite taxing. I've always followed the news, and the recent outbreak in Africa scared me a little, I wanted to do something about it. I've been to most parts of Africa and the deadline is getting near. The trick to preventative medicine, in my opinion, is to make sure you have full coverage of your problem source. A surviving, mutating virus is much more deadly than one that's just bumbling along. I set the timer for august the 8th, making sure I had enough time to cover all of the water sources. Now the last one is almost set up and tomorrow the timers will all click over. I also think of it as being good for the planet. I made sure the poisons didn't affect anything other than humans, so my animal rights brothers won't be dissappointed. I don't think anyone else has ever been a eco-friendly economic and medical hero.