Friday, April 20, 2012

Another Things To Be Scared Of On Flights

From the CDC's latest Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report:

"On August 5, 2011, a bat flew through the cabin of a commercial airliner minutes after takeoff during an early morning flight from Wisconsin to Georgia, potentially exposing the passengers and flight crew to rabies virus."

You're welcome.

That incident reminds me of the time I had a bat swooping around inside my apartment. When I called animal control, the guy was like, "Be very careful. Bats have tiny, razor-sharp teeth and they can bite you without you knowing it, giving you rabies. In fact, you might already be bitten. Welp, I'll be there tomorrow."


Consider this an open thread.

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