Mermaid in a Manhole 14

9th Mar 2015, 11:14 AM in Chapter 3: Mermaid in a Manhole
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Mermaid in a Manhole 14

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quetzlsacatanango 9th Mar 2015, 1:08 PM edit delete reply
quetzlsacatanango
Says the guy with the pony tail.
M R Boggs 10th Mar 2015, 9:40 PM edit delete reply
M R Boggs
hey hey, ponytails are 1000 times better than mullets. mullets are concentrated evil
Serious Engineering Team! 20th Mar 2015, 2:27 PM edit delete reply
Serious Engineering Team!
Sometimes mullets happen by accident. Once the victim realizes they have been overtaken by a sneaky mullet, the shame is overwhelming.
Serious Engineering Team! 20th Mar 2015, 2:28 PM edit delete reply
Serious Engineering Team!
Rex's glorious locks cannot be constrained by a mere scrunchie. They are meant to flow freely like the mighty romance novel.
duLapel 15th Mar 2015, 9:18 PM edit delete reply
duLapel
Just finished catching up... wonderful writing... good art...

This could be a story board for an actual film production!
Serious Engineering Team! 20th Mar 2015, 2:26 PM edit delete reply
Serious Engineering Team!
Thank you so much! This really means a lot!
duLapel 15th Mar 2015, 11:34 PM edit delete reply
duLapel
Necrotizing Fasciitis: From the CDC website "If you're healthy, have a strong immune system, and practice good hygiene and proper wound care, your chances of getting necrotizing fasciitis (“flesh-eating” bacteria) are extremely low."

With that said, If there is present an infectious strain or strains that have demonstrated necrotizing fasciitis and the victim has skin lesions for a rout of infection, then contracting this insidious decease would be much more likely.

In Corelle Lowell's case the packing house has a history of the decease (meaning the evil strains are present as well as a failure of the Michigan Department of Community Health MRSA Initiative). Further, I suspect that she has a Latex Glove Allergy that causes a chronic rash and cuticle bleeding... a perfect route for an opportunistic infection.

This would explain why the infection is not more common amongst the workers...


Just my two cents... -_-

Serious Engineering Team! 20th Mar 2015, 2:11 PM edit delete reply
Serious Engineering Team!
Your diagnosis is now canon and will be referenced in the next page. You will be credited.
Keep up these comments! Every suggestion makes the project better!