News and so forth

The removed Confederate Flags- which I, shortsightedly and in an emotional reaction to Dylan Root shooting up a church Bible study of peaceful black people, thought at the time was a good idea.

Then it was statues of Confederate generals or statues that looked like they might be confederate generals or artwork that looked like somebody might think it looked confederate (I am not making that up).

Now we’re at Dr. Seuss and To Kill a Mockingbird. School district pulls To Kill a Mockingbird from reading list. It makes people uncomfortable.

Telling your kids they might be the wrong sex, trapped in a wrong-gendered body is child-abuse. IT’s evil. It’s not science

35 women have now accused Harvey Weinstien of various levels of abuse, from harassment, to rape. Two women have also accused Ben Affleck and at least one has accused George Clooney, and a couple big names at Amazon as well. (I don’t agree that the refusal to publish these stories is the Gawker Effect. It’s a political issue for the media. If it hurts conservatives, they publish, if it hurts leftists, they generally won’t, as anybody can see who stops to consider why Bill Clinton and Teddy Kennedy were never held accountable for their sexual exploitation- and manslaughter in Kennedy’s case- of women, and why it took ten years, a transition from registered Democrat to registered Republican, and the month before the election before the media released and commented repeatedly on Trump’s lewd and crass remark about how women let men do something disgusting when you’re famous.)

Kaya Jones, formerly of the Pussycat Dolls, says she wasn’t in a band, she was trapped in a prostitution ring, and that she told Hollywood executives and members of the press on more than one occasion and was ignored, but she also says she is going to start naming names.

Remember that Corey Feldman has been telling us for years that pedophilia is a huge problem in Hollywood. Here’s Barbara Walters reprimanding him for speaking out.

Deadliest outbreak of Hepatitis A in years, in California:
“According to the CDPH, there have been a total of 18 deaths so far – all in the San Diego area, which has reported 490 cases of hepatitis A and 342 hospitalizations.

The CDPH said the Santa Cruz area has 71 reported cases and 33 hospitalizations; Los Angeles has 8 reported cases and 6 hospitalizations; and other regions in California have 7 reported cases and 5 hospitalizations.

This brings the total number of cases in the state to 576 with 386 hospitalizations.

California is experiencing the largest hepatitis A outbreak in the United States transmitted from person to person – instead of by contaminated food – since the vaccine became available in 1996.”

In this case, that ‘person to person’ contact they don’t explain is coming from the large number of people defecating on the streets and sidewalks in public spaces.

Trump and the Iran deal.

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  1. Frances
    Posted October 14, 2017 at 3:51 pm | Permalink

    >In this case, that ‘person to person’ contact they don’t explain is coming from the large number of people defecating on the streets and sidewalks in public spaces.

    Disgusting – but how does this transmit? Surely people would avoid touching feces on the streets, let alone then eating something, whereas it’s difficult to know about the hygiene standards of any given food handlers.

    • Headmistress
      Posted October 15, 2017 at 9:19 pm | Permalink

      Of course you would avoid it if you see it and you are normal. Who do you think is doing the pooping in the streets? They don’t wash their hands. And they handle doorknobs, money and touch other surfaces you may also contact. What if it rains or somebody sprays the sidewalk and you step in it without realizing feces was there, take off your shoes or tie them and the shoelace is wet? What if they collect money on the street, begging, handle the coins and use them to make a transaction?

      And I am not sure who the infected and the victims of death are- they may be part of the demographic that poops in the streets.

      • Frances
        Posted October 15, 2017 at 11:01 pm | Permalink

        Ah, ok

        • Frances
          Posted October 16, 2017 at 6:58 pm | Permalink

          And thanks – please pardon my discourtesy!

          • Headmistress
            Posted October 16, 2017 at 9:30 pm | Permalink

            No problem. I didn’t see it as discourtesy, it is confusing especially when the article left so much out.

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