i was just going to reply to re:dream and say this doesn't surprise me at all... since your comment doesn't either Tom, it's a two for one.TomViolenz wrote:In North Korea on the other hand it's the main worry in the media right now.re:dream wrote:The media coverage has not been as hysterical as in the USA. So the debate is not as polarized as it is there. At the moment, Ebola is way down in the list of what people are worried / thinking about in South Africa.
No, I'm not joking!
@ re:dream what i was wondering about is the [roughly] general [public] consensus on the ACAS more so than the media.
in the states we have a lot of groups that like to speak up and talk at people when there is a problem. some of those groups have lost credibility due to the 'always there, always in your face' approach they take... i think it's a talking vs. doing mentality that begins to creep in as people recognize shit stirring eventually. so i was wondering if this group carries weight in your area.