Ebola is a global crisis, the subject of a Ridley Scott miniseries and an important thing to think about when accidentally brushing against a sweaty stranger on the subway. It is 100 percent not a laughing matter, and yet there is so much bizarre ephemera oozing from the cracks of mainstream reportage that, well, sometimes you just have to shake your damn head. Here is a small, small sliver of some of the Ebola oddities circulating the internet today.

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Not one, but two erotic novel cover models (yes, now say it out loud) have self-quarantined after taking the same flight as Amber Vinson, the second Dallas nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola. They've been counseled by a doctor to stay three feet away from their roommates, keep a diary twice daily monitoring their temperatures, and avoid boarding any flights or cruise ships. The two best quotes from the original Daily News story are these:
"The two were unaware they were flying with a soon-to-be diagnosed Ebola patient. Cole took a playful video during the flight showing him poking Goode while he slept."

and

"Goode first learned about his possible exposure once he was back in Texas and his dad texted him to talk about Ebola."

And speaking of cruise ships:

"Adding another dimension to the search for Americans possibly exposed to the Ebola virus, the State Department said on Friday that a hospital employee who might have had contact with specimens of the disease had left the United States aboard a cruise ship." Not everyone is treating this revelation with gravitas:

As mentioned above, Ebola is now the focal point of a Ridley Scott miniseries, because its never too soon for a miniseries.

Azealia Banks is perplexed as to why Ebola is even a problem in the first place.

And so are some reporters:

Especially because there are so many home remedies available online!

The Post offers you its blessing to go as Ebola for Halloween, so you know it must be OK!

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(With Ben Yakas)