How to not panic during an Ebola crisis

Photo by Danny Fulgencio

At the Lakewood Theater town hall meeting to discuss Ebola: Photo by Danny Fulgencio

This guy. Here he is, a shining example of how to keep cool when those around him are going to pieces.

Our photographer didn’t get a chance to speak to this attendee after snapping last night’s Ebola town hall meeting at Lakewood Theater, but we like to think of him as level headed, open to knowledge and wisdom, and in complete possession of himself — exceedingly comfortable — even during trying times.

Yet he does maintain a healthy respect for potential dangers of this world and takes the proper precautions to protect himself — i.e. stay informed, always wash your hands, wear sunglasses at all times. He seizes opportunity (beer sold at the Ebola meeting venue? Don’t mind if I do).

He basks in the light, not the darkness.

On the other hand, we could be totally wrong; maybe he showed up for Burlesque a night early.

But we don’t think so.

We think he has been sent to show us the way.

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By |2014-10-16T17:04:15-05:00October 16th, 2014|News|5 Comments

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Christina Hughes Babb
CHRISTINA HUGHES BABB is a longtime Advocate contributor.