NCLS Game 3 Open Thread

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Tim Hudson takes the mound this afternoon for the SF Giants against the St. Louis Cardinals at AT&T Park.

The best-of-seven series is tied 1-1, with the next three games in San Francisco.

I’ll be sober for this game.

This is an open thread.

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72 Responses to NCLS Game 3 Open Thread

  1. simofish says:

    Go Giants !!!!!

  2. simofish says:

    I saw a sign that said “Superman wears Hunter Pence underwear” I’ll have to upload it – I think it was during the National game. Too funny.

  3. The Klown says:

  4. HELENK3 says:

    is this game the protesters are threatening to disrupt??
    that would be a really dumb move on their part

  5. The Klown says:

    It’s so windy and cold at AT&T Park today it’s like the Ghost of Candlestick dropped by to watch the game.

    • The Klown says:

      They are short of money so they are diverting resources to competitive races.

      Campaigning in 50 states is a lot easier when you got piles of cash.

  6. The Klown says:

  7. HELENK3 says:

    the next time you watch a team from Philly, here is a little lesson so you can understand what they are saying

  8. Lulu says:

    The feds won’t test or buy any Zmapp. http://www.newsobserver.com/2014/10/14/4232518/kentucky-company-puts-all-of-our.html?sp=/99/102/111/ It is not politically correct. It is made from tobacco. This article is dated today.
    “Quantities have been sent to government agencies for testing, but so far no more ZMapp has been requested to treat individual patients infected with the deadly virus that has killed more than 4,000 people, including one man in Texas.”
    The feds said there wasn’t anymore but apparently there is ready to be manufactured. “Kentucky BioProcessing reconfigured its production plans in early August, he said, and it now has more of the ZMapp compound grown for Mapp Biopharmaceutical.”
    “We’re hoping our efforts can help expedite the drug approval process,” Howard said.
    “Quantities have been sent to government agencies for testing, but so far no more ZMapp has been requested to treat individual patients infected with the deadly virus that has killed more than 4,000 people, including one man in Texas. “

  9. The Klown says:

  10. simofish says:

    What a game !!! My heart can’t take much more

  11. 1539days says:

    I got pissed off about this voter suppression crap about Voter ID laws and blogged about it. The short version is that early voting exists because Democrats couldn’t get enough busloads of barely interested voters to the polls within a single 9 hour period.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Before I posted that on the FB TCH, I checked out the authenticity, it’s a real photo Mandela was a huge advocate of voter i.d.

      • Lulu says:

        Because he wasn’t an idiot. If you have elections that people don’t trust you cannot govern. Consent of the governed. Elections are choice/consent. The ignoranti cannot make this connection. Or they are lying about it which is more probable since they frigging lie when they breathe.

  12. mothy67 says:

    No link yet but Fox is reporting second confirmed case at Dallas hospital.

    • votermom says:

      😦
      Another person who cared for Duncan at the hospital. I am so angry at the CDC right now.

        • DeniseVB says:

          The Chinese just bought the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in NYC. I think The Plaza hotel was sold to some oil dudes in the ME. Where was Cher then? (Those are super duper historic luxury hotels).

        • votermom says:

          LOL Cher. Why the Asian hate?

          Hey mothy a few days ago you mentioned an old netflix movie about 2 vampires in a basement or something? What’s the title?

          • mothy6767 says:

            I don”t recall that may have been my stoned cousin who was here for a few days. If I left the page up he has in the past commented under my name. No I’ll intent just permanently stoned.
            Which makes me think if obala gets into the needle using drug population look out. Or prisons.

      • Lulu says:

        They should have sent a more robust “infection” team. They sent only 10 of their newbies, true believers with politically correct empathy for “immigrants”, ignored the hospital staff, various pokey asses , and dip shits to get some experience. In other words a typical Obama bureaucratic crew of dip shits.

        The sequence of events at the hospital when Duncan arrived is terrifying and heart breaking. The nurses are pissed off and ratting to the union. They are mad at the hospital but they need to be looking at the CDC too. Duncan arrived at the hospital and they had no were to put him. They had to empty out the ICU to put him there in isolation. The CDC and media have been calling it an isolation ward. It wasn’t anything but an emptied out ICU. They had to endanger other patients and themselves for him. It took SEVEN hours to transfer critically ill patients to other hospitals for him. They didn’t have the correct equipment and the CDC didn’t tell them to get better gear or how to use it. Now a second exposure. What a freaking nightmare.

        • mothy67 says:

          Walk-in clinics and general Dr. visits could put a lot of people at risk. The 21 day bit seems odd. Must be more like two weeks and a third as a precaution.

          • Lulu says:

            The CDC should have issued a “protocol” immediately after Duncan surfaced on how to get people in isolation and treatment. “Mosey on down to the ER” is not a good protocol for containing Ebola. I know the geniuses appointed to head our federal communicable disease threat agencies are “living the dream” to fight fat, global climate change, and a farmer’s market in every neighborhood with bike paths in and out, but isn’t there one old fart left who knows how to contain pathogens. Did the CDC look in the basement for one of the oldsters who hasn’t managed to flee yet?

    • DeniseVB says:

      NBC:

      http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/ebola-virus-outbreak/ebola-texas-second-health-care-worker-tests-positive-n226161

      Still weird the healthcare workers are coming down with it before the family. Perhaps it’s most contagious near the end of the disease then? So strange.

      • mothy67 says:

        Or their conditions are being kept under wraps.

      • votermom says:

        Yes, more contagious the sicker the patient is as the body is producing more and more virus.

        • Lulu says:

          The organs are taken over by the viral load and basically “melt”. The body discards as the tissue dies. Dialysis and respiratory ventilation take over those functions as the organs completely fail. I asked my internist at my appointment last week what happens to the human body as the virus progresses. He is fairly young and has a terrible blunt grouchy bedside manner which is why I like him so much. He said you basically turn into a balloon full of virus and if you get to the melting phase and are lucky you die fast. He said if I got Ebola he would bring me a pistol to the hospital. He is that kind of caring guy.

  13. DeniseVB says:

    The perpetual campaign continues against those who Question (Obama’s) Authority …. 😦

  14. votermom says:

    • Lulu says:

      After sending the Omega team instead of the Alpha team to Dallas it is obvious that CDC does not have an A game. This is what an agency looks like run by the “creative class”. This WH has had six years of trickle down “Dreams from My Father” or as some call it delusions.

    • Lulu says:

      The whole truth is problably even worse. The WaPo automatically spins, shades and propagandizes. Where was the CDC? I have a feeling that when they were called by the hospital that the CDC referred them to Circular 12-784 (this is made up for an example) on the website while the staff and administrators were in complete meltdown panic. The infectious disease experts say it takes 10-12 people FULL time to take care of one Ebola patient. They didn’t have the staff, training, equipment, or support to do it. AND they had to protect and care for other patients who were already in the hospital who were complete innocents who didn’t lie their way into the country with a family demanding unavailable drugs and therapies.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    We knew this was coming ….. the left is going to be boycotting a whole lotta’ stores because racism or something ? 😉

  16. Lulu says:

    Democrats get FOUR Pinnochios for ads claiming Republicans cut CDC and NIH budgets. Liars. WaPo calls it absurd. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2014/10/15/the-absurd-claim-that-only-republicans-are-to-blame-for-cuts-to-ebola-research/?hpid=z2

  17. Lulu says:

    Read it and weep. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/16/us/ebola-outbreak-texas.html
    “The statement said hospital officials allowed nurses who interacted with Mr. Duncan at a time when he was vomiting and had diarrhea to continue their normal duties, “taking care of other patients even though they had not had the proper personal protective equipment while providing care for Mr. Duncan that was LATER recommended by the C.D.C.”

    “Told of the statement, a spokeswoman for the C.D.C. said the agency would not be looking at the situation from a regulatory perspective. “That oversight comes from the health department at the state level,” she said.”

    Not their fault. Call the state the CDC said. What a bunch of weasel assholes. No one knew what they were doing at this hospital and they had no one to ask.

  18. DeniseVB says:

    Are clowns ever happy? 😀 Protesting a t.v. series with an evil clown, not good for their image….

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/professional-clown-club-attacks-american-740768

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