The RHATT Pack Watch
Today is Monday, October 8th, Day 166 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.
What’s up with the Red-face Ratt lately? If you have driven by the Ratt’s Lair, he’s rarely slithering in any more. If you have attended a regular town Council meeting or one of the Council Workshops or either of the Statutorily required Budget Hearings, you probably wondered where the Ratt was.
He’s been conspicuously absent from most meetings recently. Now you know missing these meetings isn’t related to a scheduling conflict. The Ratt controls his Lapdog “Just keep paying me” Tebo and he tells he when to schedule meetings, so the Ratt could attend any meeting he wants.
It’s possible that the Ratt isn’t attending meetings because his family is too humiliated and embarrassed to be there to cheer him on as he wastes, misuses, or steals your money from the Town. That could be a contributing factor, but past acquaintances and “Cousins” indicate that the Ratt appears to be very ill with good and bad days, and may be going downhill. In fact, at the most recent Town Council meeting which the Ratt attended, audience members report that the Ratt appeared subdued with a greyish skin tone and so ill-looking that he was unable to compete in the traditional Rat-Lapdog race to leave Town Hall as soon as the Council meeting ended. Instead, the Ratt slowly slithered out the rear door to a waiting vehicle and sped off into the night. Speculation around Town is focused on the profound similarities exhibited by the Ratt and other known HIV / AIDS patients.
As you are aware, HIV / AIDS has dire consequences for those who contact it. As a result, Health Departments across this nation work to identify every individual potentially exposed to the virus and to facilitate pre-exposure or post-exposure treatment as the case may dictate.
If you have been around the Red-face Ratt and potentially have been exposed to the virus through intentional or inadvertent exchange of bodily fluids, you are urged to contact the nearest Health Department to discuss you situation in confidence and arrange for treatment as may be appropriate.
You should urge anyone else that you might have exposed to the virus, to make contact with the Health Department also. If you test negative for the virus and intend to continue in high risk exposure relationships, ask the Health Department about accessing Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) Truvada.
If you test positive, ask about Tenofovir and Emtricitabine.
Alternatively you can contact the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30329-4027; (800) CDC-INFO (800) 232-4636; https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/whatishiv.html,. They have extensive resources.
Also, the Florida HIV /AIDS hotline (800) 352-2437 has additional resources to help.
What ever your situation may be, do not ignore it and shrug it off. That could cost you your life.
White Springs, HIV / AIDS as well as several other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) are commonplace in Town. If you avoid the Ratt, the “Cousins” and his “Fondlings” your risks are lower. It’s likely the Ratt will continue his high risk escapades with drugs and sex as long as possible with anyone he can.
Additionally, the Ratt, his Lapdog and “Gang of Three” members Mindless “Splain it to me” Tanja and Suck-up “Idi Amin Dada Despot Mini Me” Lofty will continue to plunder the Town until removed from office. If you want to hasten that removal, consider reporting everything you know about drugs, bribes, embezzlement, fraud, pedophilia, nepiophilia, ephebophilia, nepotism, retaliation, or any other corrupt activity to the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000. Special Agents are standing by to take your call.
Take every precaution when you are near the Ratt. It’s Day 165 and the Red-face Ratt hasn’t resigned yet. The Rhatt Pack Watch continues!