“What’s he gonna do with them?”
“I expect he’ll send them to slaughter. Down in Mexico.”
In this Ebola war, after the risk-taking docs have diagnosed and prescribed and moved on to the next, it is the nurses who must remain, carefully and closely attending the patient, hour after hour, until there is recovery, or death…there is the possibility, slim though it may be, that the Ebola virus can hit them, too.
“Travelers along the Mediterranean-to-Jerusalem corridor could stop, drop a quarter in a telescope and watch the Arabs fighting each other. That show would go on forever, because that’s what Arabs do: fight each other. Back in Baja’s garden of Eban, it would be almost Biblical.”
Back in the old days, say a month or two ago, the New Mexico Livestock Board allowed at least an opportunity for the state to save some money, and for some dedicated people to save a horse’s life. That was the old days.