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Hep-A, you might as well get used to your food being contaminated with it

Hows it getting there? Migrants shitting in the feilds? Yes, that's part of it, but also your contaminated chefs and food staff.

Looking at that map I can clearly see how the midwest is where all the lettuce is being picked (not).

It's "the help" at your local restaraunts, and if they're carrying around Hep-A, I wonder what else they have in thier viral cocktail.

And why would they have a "viral cocktail"? Because they're in a high risk group, cooking the food of those who are not.

Quote: public health officials in some states have said 20 percent to 30 percent of the confirmed hepatitis A patients they have recorded were not in any of the so-called high risk groups, which suggests they became infected through contaminated foods or beverages. E/Q

"Although they were not in any of the high risk groups" indicating there ARE high risk groups, that we'll never really hear specifics about because that would be giving negative press to our LGBTQ/RSTUVWXY and Z population, who populate the food service world, and are giving thier diseases to the customers.

Revenge of the squid

I think partially this is the fault of the orientals tendency to eat whatever slimes up on shore, whether it's still kicking or not.

I actually think I've seen this before

Game of Thrones sucks

Excalibur meets romeo and juliet meets 300 meets the walking dead, what could go wrong?

It's like watching paint dry.

"Oh, that's the dragon glass, it's used to make weapons to kill the white walkers" mmmm hmmmmm, mmmmmm hmmmmm, I see, I'm afraid to ask what the "white walkers " are and how this works into the plot meets subplot meets further subplot meets this weeks cliffhanger, but it didn't matter, I didn't have to ask because.........

Thats when the dragons swooped in, (yeahhhhhh, we've got dungeons and dragons too), and supposedly this show is popular.

Any G.O.T. fans here? There's not gonna be Star Trek-esque conventions anytime soon is there? I suppose they'd fit right in at any local renaissance fair, maybe they were the lobby behind the creation of this snooze fest to begin with, just a hunch.

LOL, city council votes to ban vaping in public parks

Technically it's ALL nicotine, but specifically the people who vape and then exhale large cloudbanks of whatever previous lung contents they were carrying around with themselves ("Is that Bronchitis I just inhaled or is that Hep-A I'm smelling?").

I didn't mind people vaping in public until they started one upping each other with the size of their toys, "ohhh, mine uses a rechargeable nickel cadmium battery with a wireless recharge feature for emergencies, it's ALWAYS ready for a big drag, I can fill up a large gymnasium with my vape if I want to LOL".

Soon I expect people to be wearing backpack type vaping apparatus' complete with hose attachment and facemask, which will be better now that I think of it, at least a facemask would keep everything within the confines of itself, and none of that precious precious nicotine would be wasted either.

I suppose now we know what Darth Vader was REALLY doing all day with that mask on, his whole body suit was just a nicotine delivery system, and the empire was just on a constant search for E-juice (it IS an addiction, after all).

For those of you who want to quit, cold turkey is all that works and it's called "one day, one week, one month" (those are your goals).

First, one day, that's ALWAYS a Saturday, or whatever will be your weekend, that way you have a couple days of gritting your teeth and getting used to the feeling before your first work week, then that week itself.

Wake up and dont have that first one of the day. Any day you've already had that first one, consider that day done and don't torture yourself with talk about how "maybe I'll just slow down, try to make a pack last a little longer", just go on about a regular smoke day and try again tomorrow, wake up and dont have that first one of the day.

Don't worry about slip ups, just try to get more time each time you try.

Get through one full day of no first cigarette and none at all through the day until you (hopefully) fall asleep that night and wake up again and dont have the first one of THAT day, you can consider yourself a winner of the "one day" award at that point.

One week sucks, because every day of that work week sucks, it just sucks, BUT a wonderful thing happens once you get some time under your belt which is you dont want to give that time up and start all over again.

I can promise you that somewhere around the 3rd to 4th week you start noticing how you haven't been constantly thinking about a cigarette, and you're done, until the next time you get drunk, someone lights one up and it seems like a good idea to take a drag.

5 years or so and counting for me on this hiatus from nicotine, good luck............

Poking fun at punk basement dwellers

She'll find whatever it is she's looking for eventually

McFecal matter on touchscreens

Mmmmmmmm, makes me want to go to McDonalds.

Now of course I expect them to blow it off and say something like "these types of things have always been there, every doorknob you touch, every faucet handle or touchscreen".

While this is true, the real question is "how often do your slacker employees clean the screens?" (probably next to never). Same thing with the shake machine, it's supposed to be torn down and cleaned every night, SUPPOSED to, but now that more and more McDonalds are open 24 hours you can't count on it (cough) listeria outbreak incoming (couch cough).

I go by "oil smell" these days IF I go to fast food at all, you can tell when it hasn't been changed in a while. And if it hasn't been changed in a while you know it hasn't been cleaned either, just like the other cooking items and (worse) refrigerators where spills happen, then no cleanup followed by "crustification" (that's too much work, if they want that done too they'd better just give us the $15).

I suppose going forward it might be a good idea to bring your own disinfectant with you and do the job they wont, nothing survives Formula 409.

Ed O'Neill talks "Marcy Darcy"

I found this interesting, it has Bearse for the first minute or so then has O'Neill for the majority of it, listening to why he and David Faustino weren't invited to the lesbian wedding of Bearse was hilarious: "Amanda, what's funny about two women walking down the aisle of a church in tuxedo's?" (as he laughs)

(It's because it IS funny)

Posted by Frankenvoter | Sun Apr 7, 2019, 09:59 AM (4 replies)

Bedbugs at movie theaters

Is it a problem, and would it be the thing to cause Hollyweird to get on the DDT bandwagon?

As to why I put this in culture, that's not a question, WE ALL KNOW where the bedbugs are coming from.

Umbrella takes man for ride

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