A London-based drum-maker who apparently contracted anthrax from imported animal skins is in a "serious but stable" condition in Hackney's Homerton Hospital, the Hackney Gazette reports. The unnamed victim, said to be Spanish by the Gazette, was diagnosed with the disease on Saturday, and samples were sent to the Porton Down …
One rule for them?
Great isn't it? It seems the entire world has banned most of our meat exports at some time or another, but we manage to import this stuff with no controls.
Can we now look forward to
banning of use and purchase of drums as they may be a terrorist threat ;)
Man buys drums - starts listening to Anthrax... what?
Nothing more to say
The art of RL replicating TV is quite stunning.
Fiction -> Fact
It's just like that episode of Medical Investigation, Alienation, where Dr Connor visualised the spore bouncing up from the drum skins and floating through the market place.
Just a ploy
To drum up support for draconian anti-trrrrrst legislation.
Is there something I should know?
People stare and cross the road from me
And jungle drums they all clear the way for me
Can you read my mind can you see in the snow?
Paris - because if she was 20 years older, she would have been a duranie
Man drums while listening to Anthrax, eats squirrel as bat not available.
Are they sure it was actually due to import and not a fecked off biologist next door neighbor? Did they check his joss sticks for cyanide gas?
So it's good that this guy is still Among The Living but I really hope that he hasn't been Spreading The Disease. I bet he's feeling the Persistence of Time in hospital though. The stuff the doctors are telling him must seem like the Sound of White Noise.
/me: That's all the Anthrax albums I've got, sorry.
It appears he has died
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