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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by UncleJesse, Jun 26, 2015.
He wanted them to give the horse ivermectin?
both states with an obscenely unhealthy horse infatuation
Florida…please come get your man. He is on our lawn and acting crazy.
Headed to Naples for a long weekend in 3 weeks
Chumming will never be the same.
Cocaine SharkNado is the blockbuster we all deserve
Cocaine honey badger is the one imho
cocaine bear was cool but I think they missed an opportunity to slightly change the documentary to a more dramatized version with a honey badger
That headline jumps the shark
There must some type of vortex there.
Florida says checkmate
Florida is the obvious choice for a leper colony
“do my own research”
Good lord FL
Oh, so suddenly raw dogging consenting armadillos is wrong? That’s the woke mind virus for you!
Texas says, hey
Leprosy in Texas: Doctors Shocked to Discover Man's Rash Was Actually a Case of Killer 'Medieval Disease'
Story by Richard Burkard • 10h ago
A Texas man who thought he had an unusual rash turned out to have a form of leprosy, in a story Knewz.com is examining.
According to “Critical Challenge” of the Journal of the American Medical Association, the roots of the leprosy may date from the young man’s time in Samoa. He moved to Texas in 2019.
By: TheSun.co.uk© Knewz
The unidentified man in his 20s developed several signs of a leper. The U.S. Sun reports not only was there a red rash, but he became numb in parts of his body for three months.
In addition, the man’s fingers became bent like an animal’s claw.
By: TheSun.co.uk© Knewz
A dermatologist didn’t know what it was. But a skin sample confirmed the condition.
Leprosy is commonly known to doctors today as Hansen’s disease, caused by bacteria possibly dropping from the nose and mouth. It can lead to blindness or death if not treated.
Leprosy has a long history, dating to Biblical times. Jesus is recorded in the New Testament as healing 10 lepers at one time.
Today, modern medicine is able to treat the symptoms. Months of antibiotics helped the Texas man recover, followed by hand surgery and occupational therapy.
“Early diagnosis and treatment are important to decrease disability and adverse psychosocial effects of leprosy and to reduce the risk of transmission,” Dr. Aidan Filley of Texas A&M University said.
The World Health Organization estimates about 200,000 people worldwide develop leprosy each year. Insider reports about 150 new cases occur in the U.S. each year.
But an eradication plan is working. No new cases were recorded in 45 countries in 2019.
India leads the world in the number of new leprosy cases. More than 53% of them developed there in 2021, according to the World Health Organization.
Other major countries for leprosy are Brazil, Indonesia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mozambique.
Dr. Marc Seigel warned in The Hill in 2019 that homeless camps in major cities such as Los Angeles could be breeding grounds for leprosy, due to a lack of good hygiene.
One unexpected source of leprosy is a common Texas creature: armadillos.
An armadillo. By: Joe Lemm/Unsplash© Knewz
According to the Austin American-Statesman, as many as 20 percent of nine-banded armadillos can have Hansen’s disease.
But that high percentage among armadillos makes it less likely for humans to develop leprosy.
Yet some nature watchers say climate change could make armadillos spread across the U.S. They’ve recently been found in Illinois and Nebraska.
The creatures also are common in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, according to the National Library of Medicine.
Florida Mom Accused Of Trying To Hire Hitman To Kill her 3-Year-Old Son
By Bill Galluccio
August 31, 2023
Photo: Miami-Dade County Corrections
A second person has been arrested in a case involving an 18-year-old mother trying to hire a hitman to kill her own son. Gamaliel Soza, 18, was arrested after investigators discovered text messages he sent to Jazmin Paez urging her to kill her child.
"The kid is the problem, I hope you see that all I ever wanted was to free you. I told you about the kid, you won't do anything," he allegedly wrote. "You do it, and I'll think about coming back."
Paez was arrested in July after she allegedly went to the fake website rentahitman.com and requested somebody to murder her three-year-old son. The owner of the website contacted the Miami-Dade police, and they had an undercover officer contact her to set up the hit.
Paez is facing charges of first-degree solicitation of murder and unlawful use of a communications device, while Soza was charged with conspiracy to commit murder and unlawful use of a communications device.
Safer than trying to cross Ohio in that thing.
Just let him go for it
Curious what he was arrested for? I mean it's really dumb and he'd kill himself but I don't see what would be illegal about it.
In August 2023, Baluchi attempted to cross the Atlantic Ocean to London in a hydro pod. The US Coast Guard first spotted Baluchi on August 26, 70 nautical miles off Tybee Island, Georgia. Finding the vessel "manifestly unsafe", the Coast Guard attempted to coax Baluchi out of his vessel and inform him of the oncoming Hurricane Franklin. The Coast Guard reported that when they asked Baluchi to disembark, Baluchi pulled out a knife and threatened to kill himself.Upon returning the next day, Baluchi reportedly pulled out two knives, held up wires, and threatened to blow himself up—Baluchi admitted the next day that there was no bomb. On August 29, two days after the Coast Guard first made contact, Baluchi agreed to leave his vessel, and he was brought ashore on September 1. On September 5, Baluchi was charged with obstruction of boarding and violation of the Captain of the Port Order. He was released on bond the same day under the condition that he "may not go to the ocean or board a vessel on to the ocean".Baluchi has maintained that his attempted voyage was for charity.[
he’s also racked up at least 6 digits worth of USCG costs trying to rescue him, they should be using whatever civil or criminal authority they have to keep him off the water.
I suppose that'll do it. Thanks for posting.
Does the Coast Guard have torpedoes?
this would have never happened if Urban was still coach
Stop stopping him. Let natural selection take its course.
It’s the airlines. They don’t want us to know that there’s an alternative. Sure, it would involve weeks of running on a hamster wheel, but ask yourself, is that preferable to being stuck at the Cincinnati airport waiting for a connecting flight?
Close call imo.
The Human Fund
That’s a #FloridaMan if I’ve ever seen one.
Crosspost libertarian thread
could easily pass for rural ohio trash as well
In fact....a real challenge would be to correctly identify Fla/Ohio based off only mugshot
He's the most elaborate suicider attempter in the world.
Alright, I’m bored…