[Ansteorra] Answers to Questions-Waterbearer proposal
Sir Lyonel Oliver Grace
sirlyonel at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 19 07:49:30 PDT 2008
I think it's a bit far-fetched, though, to think that someone showing up at a hospital ER with food poisoning would result in public health inspections for our events. By the time the public health folks got wind of it, the event would be over.
Impedimentum via est (The obstacle is the path)
> Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 08:12:23 -0500> From: engtrktwo at gmail.com> To: ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org> Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] Answers to Questions-Waterbearer proposal> > Sir Lyonel,> > I do not claim any direct knowledge of the public health system, or local> heal codes.> > However, I have seen a massive increase in the number of media reported food> sickness related events over the past few years.> > That fact alone tells me that public awareness of food-born illness is up.> If one of our members walks into a hospital with food poisoning after an> event, even if we are ultimately cleared of any responsibility, I do not> want to guess what the negative effects will be on us.> > I appreciate that it has not happened yet, and I certainty do not want to be> alarmist on the issue. But the world, the US, and even Ansteorra are a> changing place, and we must not forget that fact.> > Lord Ivo Blackhawk.> > > > Has any SCA function ever been subjected to a public health inspection?> >> > En Lyonel> > _________________________________> > Impedimentum via est (The obstacle is the path)> >> >> _______________________________________________> Ansteorra mailing list> Ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org> http://lists.ansteorra.org/listinfo.cgi/ansteorra-ansteorra.org
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