I just got home from some pisanka making at a friend’s house. I kind of reversed the clouds on the TFIOS one and John’s face is disproportionate. John, if you see this, you should know that I’m amateur at pisanka making, so you have to forgive me. Also, Hank, if you see this, I apologize for the inadequate amount of recognition you get in this photo. No Edge was too difficult for me to put on an egg.
In which John Green visits rural health care centers in Ethiopia with Bill Gates and Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellman and learns about how Ethiopians are working to improve health outcomes with minimal resources.
"Booklist ended up being the best thing that ever happened to me, except for Sarah. And there’s no way Sarah and I would have ended up together without Booklist, because she probably wouldn’t have fallen in love with a bitter, pantsless, unemployed hermit."
In which John is diagnosed with ebola by the Internet but turns out to be suffering from viral meningitis. How should we imagine novel diseases and how should we combat them? And why do we only focus on diseases that we fear will affect “us”? How does the way we imagine “us” shape the way we respond to disease outbreaks? Questions like that are examined while meningitis headaches are lamented.