Ugh.

Not good.

Water tests confirmed Thursday that two units at Grady Memorial Hospital were the source of the bacteria that caused Legionnaires’ disease in four of the facility’s patients.

“We’re comfortable right now that it’s only the two units,” said Dr. Leon Haley, deputy senior vice president of medical affairs at Grady. Haley said it was the first time in Grady history that the downtown Atlanta hospital has been the source for Legionnaires’ disease in patients.

23 comments

  1. jenny says:

    Nice.

    Before I read this, I had such confidence in the medical community of Atlanta. Well, besides the fact that Emory requires med students to do abortions. How to murder prenatal humans 101. Other than that, everything looked ethical, immaculately clean, safe, etc.

  2. Bill Simon says:

    Jenny,

    How to murder prenatal humans 101

    You’re beginning to sound a LOT like the PETA people who run around talking about the “murder” of cows.

    Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being. Abortions are legal.

  3. Bill Simon says:

    Lawful, legal, Smeagol.

    Not really, Taft. “Lawful” means according to the law. Tell me where “legal” doesn’t mean the same thing?

    (And don’t waste my time splitting hairs over Robert’s Rules of Order definitions.)

    BTW…the original Ten Commandments states the law as “Thou shalt not murder.”

    Leave it to the liberal King James and others to change that word to “kill.”

  4. Bill Simon says:

    Dude, go help a homeless mother with 4 kids, okay? Quit spending your f*cking time whining and worrying about unborn/non-existent humans, and go help those who can actually use your help and “compassion.”

  5. Icarus says:

    The only thing he has to say to the mother with 4 kids is that her paper money is worthless, and all her problems would be solved if she would “just follow the constitution.”

    ::Icarus drinks::

    You know, back to the constitution.

    ::Icarus drinks::

    If only we could get lightning to strike the old clock tower at 1:21 am after the Enchantment Under The Sea dance to produce 1.21 gigawatts of electricity for the flux capacitor, we could get back to the constitution.

    ::Icarus finishes another bottle::

  6. I’m sorry, Bill. I thought we were having an honest discussion, and I was sincerely wondering what law was being referred to there. Didn’t mean to stumble over your tripwire. Have a nice day. 🙂

  7. Chris says:

    Taft.

    Wall Street is no longer the center of the American Economy. The leading newspaper of American Finance is now the K Street Journal.

  8. jenny says:

    Bill wants to criminalize prenatal murder.

    Jenny takes another drink.

    Bill demonstrates a vague awareness of intricate Biblical knowledge. Jenny lights up two cigarettes, passes one to Bill, takes a nice long drag on hers, blows the smoke primly in Bill’s face, and grins again.

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