Sunday, November 9, 2014

I Haz a Suit

We'll throw in an extra pair of pants. Are any of the stories posted here real? Your LakeCountyEye wishes to have $10 million deposited in a Nigerian Bank for every time asked that. Well, as readers of this blog are dubiously aware, all of these fake stories are real.

This story, posted here last week, for instance ...
The Off-Year Infections
... was real, and all you erstwhile pooh-poohers can eat crow:
A local company is working side by side with many health care facilities to create protective wear for medical workers. Medline, a Mundelein-based company, is in high demand right now. They are making life-saving protective gear to make sure people are protected from the Ebola threat.
Mundelein Company's Protective Ebola Suits in High Demand
Of course, pandemics are always good for hazmat sales, and the 2014 Ebola pandemic did not disappoint.  But now that the 2014 Election is over and Ebola has been contained -- if you are anything like your LakeCountyEye you are wondering what you are doing duct-taped into this hazmat moon-suit anyways. Your LakeCountyEye certainly is.

Nor is your LakeCountyEye about to take this lying down -- at least at the risk of not being able to get back up. Who knew, but -- Ebola not withstanding -- there are plenty of pressing reasons why you should continue to wear your hazmat suit. No fewer than 10 by your LakeCountyEye's count:
Ten Off-Label Uses for Your Hazmat Suit
  1. Waukegan Harbor Deep Sea Diving

  2. Proper Washroom Accoutrement at a Route 53 Extension Tollway Oasis

  3. Perform the Moonwalk at a Michael Jackson Tribute Concert

  4. Ride the Goliath During Thunderstorms

  5. Neon-Yellow Goes with Just About Anything

  6. Ample Room for Your Concealed Carry

  7. Casual Friday Attire for the Zion Nuclear Power Plant

  8. Four Words: Southlake Mosquito Abatement District

  9. Smoke Anywhere, Anytime, Anything

  10. It's Flu Season, People
Look for your LakeCountyEye in quarantine near you.

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