Gulper Eel: Good thing they're moving the big biological weapons-research lab from some silly island out past Montauk off to Kansas. What could go wrong studying diseases like anthrax in the middle of cattle country?
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Gulper Eel: big biological weapons-research lab from some silly island out past Montauk off to Kansas
Ambitwistor: Marcus Aurelius:wingnut396: I agree. We should have a complete break down of the CDC security systems and facility layout and the detailed report of how each failure occurred released in every paper in the US.And the security codes. Don't forget the security codes.12345.
kumanoki: Surely there is very real and very convincing data that the planet cannot survive the excesses of the human race: proliferation of atomic devices, uncontrolled breeding habits, the rape of the environment, the pollution of land, sea, and air.
WhoopAssWayne: "private government audits" Yeah, thanks for all that new transparency in government, Obama. change.jpg
jon787: Good thing we don't trust them with really dangerous things like one of the only remaining samples of smallpox.
BronyMedic: jon787: Good thing we don't trust them with really dangerous things like one of the only remaining samples of smallpox.Anthrax and the Plague are BSL-3 level organisms. They're dangerous, but easily treatable and commonly occur in nature.Smallpox is held in the Special Pathogens Branch of the CDC. Behind a wall of federal law enforcement officers armed with armor piercing weapons, it's own SWAT team, and tons of biometrically locked and redundantly isolatable steel containment areas. In a building which is built to withstand a direct hit from a bunker-buster weapon.
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