The RHATT Pack Watch
Today is Tuesday, November 13th, Day 202 of the Rhatt Pack Watch.
Maybe you’ve noticed the Red-face Ratt’s vehicle has been at his residence ore than usual lately. Word around Town is the Ratt’s illness has flared up again and he’s been trying to stay out of sight as much as possible.
As you are aware, when the Ratt’s been at public meetings, his face has been extremely red. This is particularly true when he’s telling a whopper or trying to pull the wool over somebody’s eyes. And of course, this is pretty much standard all of the time with the Ratt.
Anyway, at the last Town Council meeting, audience members were taken back by how Blotchy as well as Red his face was. The Ratt has been looking pretty sickly, but this evening the Ratt looked like he wouldn’t be able to make it through the meeting. You know how people look when they should be home in bed, or even worse. Well that’s exactly how the Ratt appeared. Even the staff at Town Hall are beginning to question whether the Ratt should even be out in public. Some have indicated that the Ratt has good days and bad days, but he doesn’t appear to be improving and it appears he’s probably at a state where he’s highly contagious for whatever he has.
Quite a few residents, familiar with the symptoms for HIV / AIDS have indicated this could be what’s ailing the Ratt. No one, but the Ratt and his doctor, knows for certain. But it is as may suspect, and if the Ratt is at a state where he’s highly contagious, everyone needs to be careful. As everyone knows, HIV/AIDS can be fatal.
The good news is that thanks to Tom Moffses, the Hamilton County Health Department has recognized the imminent danger associated with an uncontainable and spreading source of the HIV / AIDS virus and has taken steps to make it easier for White Springs residents and others to obtain information and help regarding HIV / AIDS. If you, a family member, a friend or just someone you know is in a high risk relationship or potentially has been exposed to HIV/AIDS virus, seek help and make an appointment. Don’t wait, pick-up your phone and call the Hamilton County Health Department for that life saving appointment at (386) 792-1414 or stop by the clinic at 16811 Spring Street (US-41).
Also the CDC has a variety of programs to help you understand HIV / AIDS and the various options to prevent and/or treat these diseases. Reach the CDC at 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta GA 30329-4027; (800)CDC-INFO (800) 232-4636, https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/basics/whatishiv.html.
There are many antiretroviral medications available, including Ziagen, Epzicom, Triumeq, Agenerase, Reytaz, Evotav, Biktravy, Symtuza, Rescriptor, VidexEC, Trivicay, Julka, Prexista, Truvada and more. You don’t need to wait until your immune system is completely compromised and sores, blotches and redness of your skin, similar to what the Ratt has, are apparent. you don’t need to be as sick as the Ratt. You can receive your help early and look forward to a long life.
The Ball is in your Court White Springs!! The Ratt’s too busy with health issues to care what happens to anyone but himself. There’s no one left that knows and cares about YOU and White Springs or can do anything about it. Change the Game! Get involved NOW. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Take action! Remove and replace the “Gang of Three”. Report their corruption, including drugs, bribes, fraud, embezzlement, pedophilia, nepiophilia, ephebophiia and nepotism, ongoing in White Springs. In the absence of a local Police Department call the FBI office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000. When they come and they will, it won’t be for traffic duty.