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Gwynbleidd
On 8/5/2019 at 11:37 PM, ScotDeerie said:

There is a difference between not having the proper containers and having the right container but not using them properly.  People are pigs.  Looking along a roadside will tell you that. Where do you live?  Why do you need this explained?

Evidently they don't live in that squalor. :lol: 

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ScotDeerie
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5 hours ago, pixiii said:

Evidently they don't live in that squalor. :lol: 

Reminds me of the Trumps having no clue what it's like NOT being born rich.  Just unicorns and rainbows everywhere.  No homelessness, no families living 10 to a two room apartment to pool what little they have, no minimum wage, no trash in view, no one sleeping on park benches or sewer grates. Totally out of touch with the real and often ugly aspects of life and economic failure. 

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Gromdor

  Some rural areas are just as bad but  cities just have too much hidden infrastructure that urban animals thrive in.  Miles of underground steam tunnels, sewers, subways, etc.  Even the buildings themselves tend to have crawl spaces, shafts, and dead air spaces for the critters to live in.

  The problem isn't restricted to the poor or Democrats either-  The restaurant in Trump Tower was cited for rodents, flies and roaches: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jul/27/trump-attacks-rat-infested-district-after-rodents-reported-in-trump-tower

The inspectors also found the restaurant to be “not vermin-proof” and said it was “conducive to attracting vermin” and “allowing vermin to exist”. - from the article.

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aztek
23 hours ago, ScotDeerie said:

Reminds me of the Trumps having no clue what it's like NOT being born rich.  Just unicorns and rainbows everywhere.  No homelessness, no families living 10 to a two room apartment to pool what little they have, no minimum wage, no trash in view, no one sleeping on park benches or sewer grates. Totally out of touch with the real and often ugly aspects of life and economic failure. 

he is from NYC, everyone knows those things who lives here and sees it on daily basis,

of you implying it is his fault that he never experienced any of those things himself?? neither have vast majority of people in usa, so what is your point? TDS progressing??? 

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ellapenella
On 8/6/2019 at 9:49 AM, aztek said:

no, we just put black garbage bags out, there isn't enough containers in USA to hold even daily nyc garbage supply, residential areas do have containers, but garbage men destroy those containers, residents overfill them so much lids do not close,  also you'll be surprised but seagulls know how to open lids,

 The city doesn't issues out those huge tough ugly blue trash cans? Down here the sanitation dept. have. They also have  new trucks that lift these new containers if they have too we all have them now. They hold a lot , have a good strong lid that is attached . They have wheels and a handle on one side ,  way to heavy to carry. The city of N.Y should do better to help prevent rodents  and such also if people are slobs with their garbage I think these containers  would make a big difference there . They look sort of like this . Maybe you  or someone could start a petition or something. 

Riciclaggio: famiglia inglese fa entrare tutti i rifiuti ...

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Gromdor
1 minute ago, Ellapennella said:

 The city doesn't issues out those huge tough ugly blue trash cans? Down here the sanitation dept. have. They also have  new trucks that lift these new containers if they have too we all have them now. They hold a lot , have a good strong lid that is attached . They have wheels and a handle on one side ,  way to heavy to carry. The city of N.Y should do better to help prevent rodents  and such also if people are slobs with their garbage I think these containers  would make a big difference there . They look sort of like this . Maybe you  or someone could start a petition or something. 

Riciclaggio: famiglia inglese fa entrare tutti i rifiuti ...

LOL.  No they do not in densely populated urban settings.  Big Cities have sky scrapers with hundreds if not thousands living on a block.  The whole street and side walk would be filled with them. 

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ellapenella
On 8/6/2019 at 9:52 AM, aztek said:

and they do, none stop, but rats breed faster than we kill them.  

 There's always been rodents on the boroughs. I think it just got worse. Not Skid Row level .

Bubonic Plague ‘Likely’ Already Present In Los Angeles, Dr. Drew Says

https://www.dailywire.com/news/47888/bubonic-plague-likely-already-present-los-angeles-joseph-curl

la.jpg?itok=KJOvqqCK

 

 

 

https://dailycaller.com/2019/06/25/rev-lost-leg-la-homeless-crisis/

Meet Rev. Andy Bales — The Man Who Lost A Leg Serving The Victims Of LA’s Homeless Crisis

That story is really horrible . The man had to have his leg amputated after stepping in human feces while he was handing out water to the homleess. 

 

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ellapenella
10 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

LOL.  No they do not in densely populated urban settings.  Big Cities have sky scrapers with hundreds if not thousands living on a block.  The whole street and side walk would be filled with them. 

 How do they dispose of the garbage in taller building's ? Do they have an incinerator ?  I think some people could have containers like  the  blue ones. Something needs to be done. The rodents will never be controlled if they have garbage bags to eat from.   

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Gromdor
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8 minutes ago, Ellapennella said:

 How do they dispose of the garbage in taller building's ? Do they have an incinerator ?  I think some people could have containers like  the  blue ones. Something needs to be done. The rodents will never be controlled if they have garbage bags to eat from.   

Depends on the age of the building.  Some have trash chutes.  Not sure if incinerators are legal anymore in all cities.  But mostly big dumpsters like you see people hide jump into in the movies.  Smarter animals can figure out how to open the lids, though.  Not to mention they are often over filled and never really shut, have holes in them, or just plain don't have lids.

And I'll be frank, rodents are like homeless people.  They are there and annoying, but no one wants to spend any money or effort to fix the problem.  Playing "Baby Shark" on a loudspeaker is about the most effort someone would do to address the issue.

-edit to add: It's not like the trash magically disappears either.  Land fills have to be reasonable close and breed rodents as well.

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ellapenella
On 8/9/2019 at 10:38 AM, aztek said:

he is from NYC, everyone knows those things who lives here and sees it on daily basis,

of you implying it is his fault that he never experienced any of those things himself?? neither have vast majority of people in usa, so what is your point? TDS progressing??? 

 Since that guy mentioned Trump, I was in a store and this man had a Bikers for Trump shirt on , so of course I said he'll be in office another 4 years,  and the man told me that he worked for Trump for over or about 20 years but he got  real sick  , and he was in a coma for a few months , he lost his eye sight  too got it back but is going blind again ,  he told me that he's very ill again but  Trump paid for all his medical bills and he said he knows him and not to listen to the bad things said about him that there all lies. He said  Trump is definitely not racist. 

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ellapenella
13 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

Depends on the age of the building.  Some have trash chutes.  Not sure if incinerators are legal anymore in all cities.  But mostly big dumpsters like you see people hide jump into in the movies.  Smarter animals can figure out how to open the lids, though.  Not to mention they are often over filled and never really shut, have holes in them, or just plain don't have lids.

And I'll be frank, rodents are like homeless people.  They are there and annoying, but no one wants to spend any money or effort to fix the problem.  Playing "Baby Shark" on a loudspeaker is about the most effort someone would do to address the issue.

-edit to add: It's not like the trash magically disappears either.  Land fills have to be reasonable close and breed rodents as well.

The water's also get polluted from the trash . I remember seeing bloated dead rats pushed  onto the sea shore from  maybe the barges that hauled the trash across from Manhattan side. 

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ellapenella
20 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

Depends on the age of the building.  Some have trash chutes.  Not sure if incinerators are legal anymore in all cities.  But mostly big dumpsters like you see people hide jump into in the movies.  Smarter animals can figure out how to open the lids, though.  Not to mention they are often over filled and never really shut, have holes in them, or just plain don't have lids.

And I'll be frank, rodents are like homeless people.  They are there and annoying, but no one wants to spend any money or effort to fix the problem.  Playing "Baby Shark" on a loudspeaker is about the most effort someone would do to address the issue.

-edit to add: It's not like the trash magically disappears either.  Land fills have to be reasonable close and breed rodents as well.

You said they're like the homeless people?  So you think that the homeless are a major contributor to the problem?  Why so many democratic controlled   states look like skid row?

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Gromdor
30 minutes ago, Ellapennella said:

You said they're like the homeless people?  So you think that the homeless are a major contributor to the problem?  Why so many democratic controlled   states look like skid row?

Republican states are just as bad.  Just need to go to the small towns and you can see broken cars parked on lawns and trashed piled up.

And no- regular people are the problem.  You have to have stuff before you can throw it away and make trash out of it.  The homeless and rats both pick through that trash to survive.

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ellapenella
2 minutes ago, Gromdor said:

Republican states are just as bad.  Just need to go to the small towns and you can see broken cars parked on lawns and trashed piled up.

And no- regular people are the problem.  You have to have stuff before you can throw it away and make trash out of it.  The homeless and rats both pick through that trash to survive.

I disagree with the statement made that republican/conservative states are just as bad. There's  difference to be seen with the eyes  in comparison among leadership and priorities of concern between  the two party system and how each of them oversee  states they are in charge of. Not saying every last conservative was a true one but it's obvious that the other party leadership has problems. Something is definitely wrong with what they champion and with how they let communities fail.  

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Gromdor
2 minutes ago, Ellapennella said:

I disagree with the statement made that republican/conservative states are just as bad. There's  difference to be seen with the eyes  in comparison among leadership and priorities of concern between  the two party system and how each of them oversee  states they are in charge of. Not saying every last conservative was a true one but it's obvious that the other party leadership has problems. Something is definitely wrong with what they champion and with how they let communities fail.  

Suit yourself.  I think people in general are just wasteful pigs. 

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Imaginarynumber1
2 hours ago, Ellapennella said:

 Since that guy mentioned Trump, I was in a store and this man had a Bikers for Trump shirt on , so of course I said he'll be in office another 4 years,  and the man told me that he worked for Trump for over or about 20 years but he got  real sick  , and he was in a coma for a few months , he lost his eye sight  too got it back but is going blind again ,  he told me that he's very ill again but  Trump paid for all his medical bills and he said he knows him and not to listen to the bad things said about him that there all lies. He said  Trump is definitely not racist. 

Then everyone clapped. And that man's name? Albert Einstein.

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ScotDeerie
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22 hours ago, Ellapennella said:

 There's always been rodents on the boroughs. I think it just got worse. Not Skid Row level .

Bubonic Plague ‘Likely’ Already Present In Los Angeles, Dr. Drew Says

https://www.dailywire.com/news/47888/bubonic-plague-likely-already-present-los-angeles-joseph-curl

la.jpg?itok=KJOvqqCKhttps://dailycaller.com/2019/06/25/rev-lost-leg-la-homeless-crisis/

Meet Rev. Andy Bales — The Man Who Lost A Leg Serving The Victims Of LA’s Homeless Crisis

That story is really horrible . The man had to have his leg amputated after stepping in human feces while he was handing out water to the homleess. 

 

Dr. Drew is a quack. And bubonic plague has always been around.  https://theweek.com/articles/824113/why-does-bubonic-plague-still-exist

 

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ellapenella
11 minutes ago, ScotDeerie said:

Dr. Drew is a quack. And bubonic plague has always been around.  https://theweek.com/articles/824113/why-does-bubonic-plague-still-exist

 

 It was the first link I posted  for the picture caught my eye of  the reality there really... but he is not the first  source of information I would recommend in  regarding a possible plague outbreak . I'm sure there are plenty of sources from legit medical field you can look into to both past and present concerns. 

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ScotDeerie
Just now, Ellapennella said:

 It was the first link I posted  for the picture caught my eye of  the reality there really... but he is not the first  source of information I would recommend in  regarding a possible plague outbreak . I'm sure there are plenty of sources from legit medical field you can look into to both past and present concerns. 

I wasn't faulting your link, per se. I just hate Dr. Drew. ;)

We have vaccines and antibiotics now. And the bubonic wasn't as fatal as when it turned into pneumonic plague. But, again, we have meds and thanks to our relatives who survived the outbreak of the plagues back then we have a fair amount of immunity now which weakens the overall effect.

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ellapenella
4 minutes ago, ScotDeerie said:

I wasn't faulting your link, per se. I just hate Dr. Drew. ;)

We have vaccines and antibiotics now. And the bubonic wasn't as fatal as when it turned into pneumonic plague. But, again, we have meds and thanks to our relatives who survived the outbreak of the plagues back then we have a fair amount of immunity now which weakens the overall effect.

I don't watch him or listen to what he has to say  I'm not into dr. Oz as well . 

When it comes to diseases  caused by rats and filth I think that it could very well spread .

Did you see the man who lost his leg because he stepped in human waste there? It's bad.  No meds were able to save his leg.

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ScotDeerie
3 minutes ago, Ellapennella said:

I don't watch him or listen to what he has to say  I'm not into dr. Oz as well . 

When it comes to diseases  caused by rats and filth I think that it could very well spread .

Did you see the man who lost his leg because he stepped in human waste there? It's bad.  No meds were able to save his leg.

My daughter, who's a union carpenter, got flesh eating bacteria from getting a metal shard in her thumb from a box of screws. It's a dangerous world out there. We've fixed a lot of problems but we are creating more.

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ellapenella
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9 minutes ago, ScotDeerie said:

My daughter, who's a union carpenter, got flesh eating bacteria from getting a metal shard in her thumb from a box of screws. It's a dangerous world out there. We've fixed a lot of problems but we are creating more.

That's terrible,  I hope all is well for her. 

The medical science community has done wondrous amounts of good but I don't really think that it can fix everything when humanity is in some areas failing itself . The medical community had also created a drug epidemic by medicating humanity . There's so many variables that lead people down a path of what their life experiences. I recently watched a film on you tube called foster shock and I think so many people who are lost in the streets could be there because they were abused and medicated and so on. Some could be just bad and ended up there .  But they're living in filth and just like everything in nature diseases will spread under certain conditions.

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ScotDeerie
1 hour ago, Ellapennella said:

That's terrible,  I hope all is well for her. 

The medical science community has done wondrous amounts of good but I don't really think that it can fix everything when humanity is in some areas failing itself . The medical community had also created a drug epidemic by medicating humanity . There's so many variables that lead people down a path of what their life experiences. I recently watched a film on you tube called foster shock and I think so many people who are lost in the streets could be there because they were abused and medicated and so on. Some could be just bad and ended up there .  But they're living in filth and just like everything in nature diseases will spread under certain conditions.

She's fine, thanks. Spend a week in the hospital and had to take IV antibiotics for a month. It probably would have killed her in a day or two more but she finally got to a hospital who had a specialist on hand who recognized what it was. They kept saying her thumb was broken. (It wasn't.)

The thing is, these contagions are everywhere now. In water, in the air, in things like a box of screws where you'd think they were made under fairly germ-free conditions. How the heck did flesh eating bacteria get in there?  I think the world is forever trying to balance itself. When rats get out of control, they die off. When rabbits get too many, foxes mate more and hunt more and kill more. Then next season the wolves get fat on all the foxes.  Nature balanced.  I think bacteria is Mother Earth just saying it's time to thin the human herd a bit. It's too bad she had to take a shot at my daughter but, well, lesson learned there. She's never going to ignore even the slightest wound again.

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ellapenella
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43 minutes ago, ScotDeerie said:

She's fine, thanks. Spend a week in the hospital and had to take IV antibiotics for a month. It probably would have killed her in a day or two more but she finally got to a hospital who had a specialist on hand who recognized what it was. They kept saying her thumb was broken. (It wasn't.)

The thing is, these contagions are everywhere now. In water, in the air, in things like a box of screws where you'd think they were made under fairly germ-free conditions. How the heck did flesh eating bacteria get in there? 

 

Wow  thinking of  how contagions are being spread.  If that could happen with a piece of metal or steal from a factory  what about  foods and drinks, scary thought . But I'm serious when I say this , I'm going to encourage my family to start to pray more not just before meals in giving thanks and those kinds of things  but to pray more  in general each day and throughout the day. 

 

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I think the world is forever trying to balance itself. When rats get out of control, they die off. When rabbits get too many, foxes mate more and hunt more and kill more. Then next season the wolves get fat on all the foxes.  Nature balanced.  I think bacteria is Mother Earth just saying it's time to thin the human herd a bit. It's too bad she had to take a shot at my daughter but, well, lesson learned there. She's never going to ignore even the slightest wound again.

Tho I get what you're saying,  there's a difference between the creation and  The Creator.  Granted that nature is amazingly alive and all because  Our Father God created it  to be.  I don't know when but ...the bible speaks about the 4 horseman coming.  

 

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OverSword
On 8/3/2019 at 8:53 AM, Gromdor said:

Yup.  Rats, racoons, pigeons, cockroaches, and other animals adapt and thrive in urban environments.   

You forgot crows and squirrels.  They love cities too.

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