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75 Years After Anne Frank, Is She Still The Poster Child For The Holocaust?

People of the Pod

05:10 min | 9 months ago

75 Years After Anne Frank, Is She Still The Poster Child For The Holocaust?

"In many ways and frank has become the poster child for the horrors of the Holocaust. Almost everyone has read. The published diary of the young girl who hid from the Nazis during their occupation of the Netherlands was arrested with the rest of her family during a rate of their secret annex and died of typhus with her sister in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp around this time in nineteen forty five through her published. Work a fifteen year old girl with hopes and dreams made the Holocaust accessible for young people her age and younger. I personally read the story of Anne Frank in eighth grade out loud on a cassette tape which my English teacher played for years to come because she wanted students to hear the story in a young girl's voice she did not even know. I was Jewish but that was more than three decades ago. And it's been seventy five years since Anne Frank died is an frank still a poster child for the Holocaust anymore. Has she been forgotten? Our producer Condo and I venture to a nearby college campus to Test Young People's knowledge. And here's what we heard. The anniversary of a well known figure is coming up and we WANNA know if you recognize her name and frank. I do recognize her name. Okay who wishes she was a teenager during the Holocaust. I believe she was living in Germany and she has become a figure in the American literary Canon and in American Academia. I believe because her diary was recovered which chronicled her efforts to stay hidden. When Nazi Germany was actively seeking out an executing Jews by sending them to concentration camps. I Know Anne Frank you know Anne Frank who is she she is. She was a young girl who during the Holocaust. She hid in the attic of someone's House. I don't know the details. And she wrote a diary that became very famous. How old are you? I'm nineteen nineteen. When did you learn about Anne? Frank I wanNA say like maybe fourth grade during elementary school. Oh that's a good question was a young girl who I guess. That's kind of her story. She was a young girl during during unfortunate time. Who's forced to hide? And you know we thankfully have her story because she documented it. How old are you? I'm seventeen so we're asking young people like yourself. If you know who Anne Frank is I don't know you do. Not so and frank was a young girl who was hidden. She was German born and grew up in the Netherlands and was Was Jewish and I think. Some of her story yeah. She wrote a diary and while she was in hiding and her father founded after the war and had it published as during the Holocaust during the Holocaust. Remember all right wonderful. She was Jewish kid who was alive during the Second World War. Very good passed away in a concentration camp. And when did you learn about Anne Frank? I think like three or four years ago. Wow and how old are you? I'm eleven so the name is Anne. Frank yes who is she? I don't know that much. I know this museum about her life. Okay all right Do you know where it is now. The family was arrested by the Nazis. She was taken to a concentration camp. That's where she died with her sister but her father survived and went back to the hiding place and his secretary had held onto her diary. And that was what was then published as the diary of a young girl and it was her account of being in hiding from the Nazis during World War Two. We have important anniversary coming up for a very well known figure and so. We're asking young people if they recognize the name ready and frank of course okay. Who is she and frank how she was the girl that was like hiding out? I remember reading the book like in Grade School. I barely remember the details. But I'm pretty sure she was like a little girl. Does hiding out for the Nazis as she was her diary book. Yeah so we're asking this because we want to know whether young people have forgotten and frank is how old are you? I'm twenty when did you learn about Anne Frank? I believe pretty early on definitely an elementary school third grade or something. I remember we were going through a very general history class and I believe she was a writer. I know that and she died. They discovered her books and all that and she was like making a diary or something about it the war so it was really important. Do you know how old she was when she died? Wall something very close. She was fifteen when she died. Did you read Anne Frank's diary when you were growing up or anything based on it? No I remember like learning about it at school. We're asking young people this question because we have to wonder like do people even know who and frank is. Feels like new information

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Jessica Biel denies she's anti-vaccination

John and Ken

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Jessica Biel denies she's anti-vaccination

"Digestive bills, and actress movies, and TV, Justin timberlake's, or husband and for some reason, I don't know what these these dopey actresses. She decided to get into the vaccination debate. She appeared with opponents of the new vaccination legislation. Now the new legislation. Is really simple and necessary. If you get a doctor's note, to exempt your child from vaccine, it goes to an agency in, in, Sacramento to make sure it's for real, because a lot of doctors are getting bullied by the crazy anti vaccine, mommies, and the writing out fake exemption forms. So the state's onto it in fact, the, the author of the Bill is a doctor. We've had him on the show state Senator Richard Penn from Sacramento. He says unscrupulous doctors are granting exemptions. For profit, and because they're under pressure. From individual parents, especially influential ones. Other words, rich people rich people, a pitcher, they're offering bribes to the doctors. And a bit to the doctors are charging extra for the exemption, so the doctors are corrupt and Jessica Biel decided to jump into this. She's she appeared with Robert F Kennedy jR, who is completely out of his mind. I mean chest up public. Lunatic. And. So she was supporting she was against this legislation. She joined a lobbying campaign against it. And people jumped all over her on social media and now her feelings are hurt. It's just trying to explain herself. She goes that she was not an anti vaccine that she's not against vaccinations. She supports children getting vaccinations. But families have the right to make educated medical decisions for their children alongside their physicians. Well except they're not making educated medical decisions. But they're, they're bullying the doctors and that doctors are saying, okay, pay me extra. What I see the phrase under pressure from influential individuals was that sound like that says, like, rich people pay it off the doctor, doesn't it? I mean. These anti vaccine people. Usually, people would do anything to keep children from getting sick suffering, and dying, but not anymore. It's like it used to be that we would do anything to keep a typhoid fever, or typhus or appetites are Mercer outbreak from happening not anymore. There were nine hundred eighty one cases of the measles, so far this year. Largest number in twenty seven years. And. Everyone's trying to say I'll, but you have to trust the doctors and you have to understand. It's a sacred bond between the doctors and the parents. Now it's corrupt doctors take money that Mike everybody else. What do you think they prescribe all the all the nutty drugs that everybody's on? After doctors get rewarded for prescribing. You those pills. That's why they push them

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Vanity Fair, Annie Liebowitz And Keri discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Vanity Fair, Annie Liebowitz And Keri discussed on Jason and Alexis

"Vanity Fair? Just dropped. A giant cover story on Star Wars. The rise of Skywalker. Beautiful pictures by Annie liebowitz of the cast, including Cal Ripken. And girl. I was quickly reading stuff through all the commercial breaks. They revealed a lot more than I thought they would reveal Lum. They confirmed that Jj Abrams. Good friend, and miss Felicity herself, Keri, Russell is in this movie. Rumors that she was ended there. She couldn't confirm it. Well, Vanity Fair, confirmed it and even showed her costume. It is a kick costume. She plays hold on a minute. It's a cool name to her costume is awesome. Let's see here there. She is. She plays a bad guy. She is a K. Russell masked scoundrel by the way. That's also what we call dawn masked, scoundrel, Zora, bliss who Zoe bliss and her mask is awesome. I want that mask. They also confirm that Kylo Ren. And Ray may have a deeper connection than has been previously revealed. Oh, which I'm shocked Vanity Fair wrote that hill. Richard E grant, people love him. He is a general. He's a bad guy. And now I'm really going out. And then I'll stop because mytalkers if you're not a nerd, you're like white Don, you'll love this. It is confirmed that the knights of Ren are in this movie there. The thought there, the elite guard that was mentioned in the force awakens. So they're in this to their favor. They've revealed some planets. Yeah. It's it's that's a lot. I'm shocked. And I know you're not a nerdy, rolling your eyes going. I don't understand the big deal. They are usually so secretive, but they gave a lot of details of light, basically what we can expect, and it's a lot, and they show a they even have a picture of the final lightsaber scene between Tyler and Ray it looks like they're in a body of water on crashed there on top of like a tie crashed typhi ter-. Oh, wow. They are showing a lot. They're showing the law, which are are beautiful, and Billy Dee Williams. Looks amazing shot of him in the cockpit of the millennium falcon. Annie liebowitz is so amazing. She's such a good photographer. Yeah. Oh, I'm just beyond

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We're gonna another update on Stephen cover now for months and that concerns typhus and L A city hall, as you know, deputy city attorney, she said L A city deputy attorney Elizabeth Greenwood contracted typhus while working at her job at city hall, east months ago, and she went out on sick leave in October. And was diagnosed in November with typhus they flee born illness. It can spread when fleas bite rats later pests, the bacteria onto people, and there are lots of rats around city hall because of all the homeless and the garbage and the food that attracts the rats and the fleas bite, the rats, and then bite the people, and that's how was Greenwood got so terribly sick. The he she's gotten a stiff arm from everybody at city hall, and we're going to have her explain their behavior. Because now she's filed a five million dollar legal claim saying that Garcetti city attorney, Mike Fuhr whole city council allowed the garbage in the feces to accumulate which led to the rats and the fleas and her typhus. So let's get let's get lozad here. Liz, welcome to John and Ken show. Again. How are you? I'm doing better. Thank you very much for asking. Yeah. How is your health? First of all. I I was finally able to a doctor on Thursday. And I got the Okita by the all clear to go back to work. Oh, so that's why you had much better. Good. All right. So now, there's there's a story here that you've you're not being allowed to return to work. What's that about? The I was cleared to return to well since I was sick since I got sick and the doctor wouldn't allow me to drive on December twentieth. Twenty eighteen I have been trying to work from either an office in San Pedro where I live or from home just doing one motion work, and they for months have refused that accommodation. So when I got the awkward to drive and go back to work on Thursday. I went back toward on Friday. And my office had been the my computer my desk, Mike share had been removed. And when I went to HR to give them my return to work letter day and ask when the stuff was going to come back. They put me on ministry to fleas, and that we'll let you know when to come back to work and where to show up. What's that about he being? Punished. I don't know they haven't they haven't expounded upon that. So they just I assume I'm being punished, but because I filed a grievance since they weren't accommodating the medical restriction. So I filed that on Wednesday. And then on Friday me home on on paid administrative leave. So now, I'm healthy fully capable of working than they won't allow me to. So people understand case they missed the story of the first time around. Describe your symptoms. Why were you unable to work for so many months? I had I basically had bacterial meningitis. It was typhus that was causing with the bacteria that caused the minutes Itis, but I had the worst headache. I ever had. I lost my equilibrium. I couldn't eat. I had one hundred degree fever, and it almost killed me that and it took months to recover from the the one of the things that I walked because typhus affected by spinal column, and my brain one of the things that I lost my equilibrium. And so it took a long time. Even once the type is was cured. Bacteria was killed. It's still a long time for my sense of balance to come back, and I had vertigo. And so the the doctors wouldn't let me drive because three or four. Times a week the world would just spin. And it's not safe to drive a car when that happens. Our euro. So you're taking months off to recover from this terrible illness, which was caused by their neglect legally, what are your protections to hold onto your job. I mean, could they just fire you could they permanently walk you from working and pay you for years on end? I mean, what what can they do to you in theory? They can do that. I don't I don't understand why they're doing what they're doing in in. I had run out of six times. So they cut off my health insurance. And I was seeing the industrial Dr through the workers compensation program off your health insurance. Yes. They did. They ran out of that. And that that's a legal Hoover. Did they have to hide? I know they don't have to do that. I can't believe that. Wait a second. We've got typhus from from them allowing all the feces and garbage to build up around the homeless, and then they cut off your medical insurance. Seriously. Seriously. What the hell's going out of his mind? Well, this is this is the city attorney's office. It's they they and then the city attorney's office had that my typhus was not industrially related. So I didn't I no longer have access to the industrial Dr to the infectious disease control, doctor what does that mean industrial related in? It means it's not work related. I'm sorry. Hey, it's it they closed the workers comp case saying that I didn't get the typhus at work. Even though I have five medical personnel. That say that I contracted typhus at city hall east to almost to a ninety nine percent certainty that I contracted it there because they had tons of as and in fact, her western hiawatha carpeting removed from his office because of all the fleas. Yes. At the same time that I was infected right now, I saw this coming because Liz, I think the last time we had you on they Trump it into report that they sent in the extermination people. They couldn't find any fleas in city hall. I think they were trying to set you up for exactly what you're talking about that you could not have gotten this type as at work. Right. The the problem with that report is that when I was in fact, did it was mid October. And it was eighty degrees outside please survive and thrive heat, they are little per insect. So. From stepping aids fifteenth during that week, it was sixty degrees outside and fleas are dormant in the winter. So of course, they wouldn't find any fleas because it wasn't hot. Liz, can you hold on? We're going to talk. Yeah. This is Liz Greenwood we're trying to get the phone a little bit improved. The signal. She is a deputy city attorney for the city of LA we've been talking to on and off now for months last October. She got sick eventually was diagnosed with typhus, which here's the key to the story. She knows came from city hall east and her workplace, but the city has done since then you heard about our insurance and worker's comp claim is closed and not wanting to return to work. They're trying to shut her out here because they don't want this story to be perpetuated that she got typhus at work. They're trying to make it look like there's no fleas here. Whenever happened to her happens somewhere else a bunch of raw when we know some of the vagrants downtown had typhus, and there's a lot of trash around city hall. It was typhus, and it was because of the homeless, and because of the rats and the fleas that's really what happened and there are a bunch of scumbags if they're trying to so Ryan a claim. Anything else just Garcetti and fewer and the rest of meant any conscience at all. We'll talk about her claim five million dollars, which she can understand. Now why she's doing this? But we'll get more details when we come back. John and Ken show.

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Cyclone Idai survivors urgently need safe shelter, water and sanitation, says Red Cross

UN News

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Cyclone Idai survivors urgently need safe shelter, water and sanitation, says Red Cross

"This is Matt wells at UN news people acted by tropical cyclone e die in southern Africa urgently need, clean, water, sanitation, facilities and shelter. The international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies or IFRC said on Monday warning that some areas of Mozambique still remain inaccessible because of the unprecedented flooding in an interview with Daniel Johnson from you a news IFRC secretary general El hajj ac- described the huge scale of need he witnessed on a visit to the country last Friday when we have so many people are affected by a flat at the scale of magnitude that we experiencing right now in Mozambique and the precarious situations of the closet centers as well as the shelter facilities. We are really sitting on a water sanitation hygiene ticking bomb three thousand people in a school of fifteen classes and six dollars in only whereas this Barra imbera that is really a. A recipe for disaster. And then what about diseases can happen like cholera typhus like also in a malady and enemy country like Mozambique? And we kind of you know, mammary cases so intervening quick on water sanitation hygiene and clean water is critical inland. Did you get to go inland? People still clambering onto roost to save themselves. Yes. People are clamoring on everything that is on higher ground in places that are not really accessible right now. Because of the difficulty of getting the this type of disaster do not only affect the local communities, but they affect also the responders would want want. You know, we can have all the means. But getting there because of high tide getting there because of relation is very difficult. Sometimes we have to do maybe what not prefer to do in terms of relief like trumping items and offer Menelik after but in some instances, unfortunately, our daughter's the only way that you could access people. So you're asking for thirty and a half million. Swiss francs about the same in dollars. What is that going to provide for how long and for how many thirty point five million Swiss franc is the appeal of the Red Cross and our crescent in a movement to respond to this disasters for shelter because so many people have lost their houses. And then they need to be in shelters in a dignified manner, water sanitation and hygiene is very critical we're deploying what we call emergency response unit for sanitation that will be taking care of twenty thousand people every day. We also deploying two field hospitals, and that will be addressing the need of twenty thousand people with all the needs that are customized told response customized to the needs in our in Mozambique. And we also have a very important component, which is protection and psychosocial support for children, women and girls who are particularly traumatize and disproportionately affected by this crisis. Have you ever seen anything quite like this? Yes, unfortunately, I've seen that. I've seen it in Iran. I've seen it. But for Mozambique that is quite unprecedented. That is one of the worst catastrophic situation than Muslim because experience in the last years.

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Los Angeles City Council’s president suggests to deploy ‘army of cats’ to deal with rat situation

John and Ken

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles City Council’s president suggests to deploy ‘army of cats’ to deal with rat situation

"This story which was published an hour ago by the El Segundo times and their city hall reporter Dakota Smith. Yeah. Has got me so angry. I'm about to start smashing the walls. It's about the typhus. And today the city council met with people from various Los Angeles city departments like general services to find out what they're going to do about the rodents were talking largely about the rats that have been tested city hall city hall east. And if you're listening to the John and Ken show, you know, why they're there. It's because of the trash mobile homeless encampments something that CD leaders refuse to acknowledge. But it came up sideways in this story, which has got the infuriated. But I the funny part herb Wesson, the Los Angeles city council president piped up and said how about an army of cats. Let's unleash an army of cats throughout city hall. Stop the rats to get the rats, and then someone said, well, no, the the fleas will just jump on the cats, and you have the same problem. And then the cats by diet typhus or the cats may come to you in the fleas jump off. On you. And you got typhus not a good idea. What? What he's such an idiot. But you say about a guy who ignores all the vagrants and their filth and recommends cats. To fight the problem. What do you do with a guy like that? Next is as close as we come from Westlund Garcetti on the real source of the problem west and said, we do have issues. There's too many reports of rodents, but I don't think it's because of skid row not entirely. I don't think it's because of the building being torn down east of here. Now that was the initial explanation. They gave when they tore down the old LAPD headquarters in unleashed this army of typhus rats and fleas, which is BS that really is. But speaking recently to channel seven here comes Garcetti. Oh, man. This is what got me annoyed the risk of contracting typhus is being blown out of proportion. Oh, it's been rats since I've been here. He was elected to the council a one. There is one case it may or may not have come from them. But they're still is in the normal range of what we have each year. Really typhus. I don't think anybody heard. I mean, I never heard of this. Nobody I know has heard of typhus and typhus, you know, what they're all overlooking. There was. One hundred and forty three cases on skid row. You're trying to say this is a one off. This is a bizarre fluke. This has never happened before it happened in the autumn a hundred and forty three cases not far from city hall. Skid row, isn't that far away? Garcetti knows that he's got the homeless problem which already harpooned his chance for running for president. But on top of that homeless people with typhus a disease that when people hear it. They're like, what did you say typhus, maybe evil typhus, it's such a bad PR nightmare. He's gone into full denial mode. And now he's trying and by the way, also in the articles the woman we talked to lift Greenwood she felt like she was being mocked by Garcetti. I'm just a one off crazy person who may or may not have gotten typhus from city hall fleas keep using that phrase because I think they're afraid that they're going to get sued for creating a dangerous disease ridden environment. So they keep putting in a little qualifier. Well, may or may not really don't. Oh, for sure Liz says it's a serious issue. Which is why I went public. The problem is feces and urine and the rotting trash around city hall. Yeah. She says the rats and the fleas aren't the problem. Those are the. Eight a bit her her paragraph is at the end of Dakota Smith story, it that should be the beginning be the daily story that the rotting garbage and the feces is what's causing the typhus. So your pounding and pounding and Garcetti went on to say, well, this is his post as he comes the larger problem is making sure that we end homelessness in Los

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Tackling The Typhus Scare At LA City Hall

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Tackling The Typhus Scare At LA City Hall

"Flea typhus infestation inside Los Angeles city hall, big item on the agenda this morning. It was just last week it canceled, president herb Wesson suggested removing all carpet from inside city hall as a way to deal with the flea infestations giving the little critters no place to hang out and then jump up and bite people on the legs. Ankles. Did tell the building services division that they have the authority to reach out to experts to deal with all of the problems the rats the fleas the typhus outbreak since the beginning of time. There's been talk roaches serpents and Rex they know how to survive this morning building services reports back to these city council as to what the plan is to debugged the building. They may also talk about the price tag associated with

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"typhus" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You also have typhus outbreak because of the feces urine that spills over into the sidewalks Luciano is inviting a federal judge to see the negative impacts of the injunction. He's also calling on the city attorney to not settle the ongoing federal case adding that they've lost control of keeping streets and sidewalks cleaner, James Haas KABC. News acting attorney general Matt Whitaker faced a House Judiciary committee today and was grilled about the Muller probe. Although he took pains to tell lawmakers that he was not planning to discuss his conversations with the president. I can assure this committee that before pointing me to this position. The president did not ask for and I did not provide any. Commitments promises concerning the special counsel's investigation or any other investigation. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man has published an exchange between him and the owner of the national inquirer. Wherein he alleges blackmail over his affair with former news anchor Lauren. Sanchez a statement from the national enquirers publisher said that American media Inc will investigate Jeff bass OSA allegations AM, I said they had acted lawfully while reporting their story in one of the emails published by Jeff Bezos, NAMI exempt wrote, quote, any further dissemination of these false vicious speculative and unsubstantiated statements is done at your clients peril. End quote, am I said they were engaged in good faith negotiations. They pledged that after investigating themselves. They'll take whatever appropriate action is necessary. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Talk radio. Seven.

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Rat invasion discovered at historic Los Angeles City Hall amid typhus outbreak

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Rat invasion discovered at historic Los Angeles City Hall amid typhus outbreak

"Increased reports of rats at LA city hall could be directly related to demolition over at Parker center. Not far from here. That's the former LAPD headquarters, and it was one working theory presented to council members by city staffers, charged with maintaining city buildings and as for the issue of fleas in the city hall carpet that can spread typhus as one report is that a that a city attorney staffer was infected by a flea with typhus in city hall. Well, they said that they are researching it and council president herb Wesson said that they have the power to do. What's necessary and asked directly if anything. Standing in their way of solving the problem here is there anything that you need from this council to do immediately right now, we are focused on the problem, and we will deal with the funding. Like I said in the weeks ago in future weeks. It's expected they'll be back with a report on what they found, and what it will cost to

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Rat invasion discovered at historic Los Angeles City Hall amid typhus outbreak

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Rat invasion discovered at historic Los Angeles City Hall amid typhus outbreak

"And LA city councilman says city halls rat infestation and typhus outbreak is directly linked to the homeless councilman Joe boost Keno says a federal injunction has prevented the city from seizing the excessive property of homeless people that's causing our service providers not to outreach not allow our sidewalks to be blocked with furniture property over sixty gallons. You also have typhus outbreak because of the feces urine that spills over into the sidewalks blue-sky is inviting a federal judge to see the negative impacts of the injunction. He's also calling on the city attorney to not settle the ongoing federal case adding that they've lost control of keeping

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"typhus" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on 790 KABC

"For typhus that is unacceptable to me. And as mayor I'm gonna make sure that that has changed. But four months later, the garbage is once again piling up on Sarah's and all over L A and the latest numbers from the state health department show, a record number of typhus cases in LA county in two thousand eighteen at least a hundred and twenty four people and more than eighty percent of those cases occurred outside downtown LA. Oh boy. All right. So the the the population. It's it's a these things are spread by what are called vectors vectors are things that spread it beyond. Its original source. So rats spread out into the community to get off the rats onto our pets and the vector gets to us in our communities wherever we live, right or the fleas get onto the homeless people amongst the trash where the rats. Live as well. And the homeless are going to be the first victims. They're gonna major source reservoir victims these poor people are languishing with mental health issues. Now, we're going to give them infectious diseases, and as deputy city attorney who got infected is because the homeless live near city hall, and the rats are getting inside the buildings of city hall, and the fleas are now infesting the carpets that they're now pulling up and she works inside city hall and the fleas are crawling up on your ankles in onto your body's while you're working, and she has typhus. So that's one disease that comes this direction. And what's growers? I forget the MSCI reporter he's so good. Anyway, he he he's the man you heard speaking there and what I told him was. Yes, you're right. That this is an Joel Grover. This is this is a reservoir illness in southern California that will blossom and it occurs because of how you've overlooked how it is that humans living concentrated environments. But there are other things that come with that the rats also have an organism called Arsenio Orsini pestis. They've been three cases in Wyoming as our senio begins to make its way into the all again with that heard of the illness that your senior caused you may or may not it's called bubonic plague another disease that we've all heard about and it's only medieval because in throughout human history. Since medieval times, we've understood that you cannot allow sanitation to breakdown basic functions of civilization to break down because people suffer an infectious diseases breakout. Also from fleas it's spread by fleas be spread by multiple mechanisms once because you only have very tiny source of that to begin to spread it spread in the rat feces and the fleas in the rats and the rat bites in the human to human transmission, it's all over the place. So and by the way, you heard that description of typhus with a severe headache, and she felt like railroad ties were like going through her eyeballs in coming out back. It feels like put your hands and feet. Also feel like they're on fire because it causes a vascular status, which is an inflammation of your arteries, and that inflammation can cause stroke. It can cause death. It can cause complications is a really serious phenomenon. I can't say it strongly. I'm actually more free of typhus than I am of the plague in terms of plague I've I've always seen a couple of cases of plague and they did not seem severe. Can I ask you this question? Type is going to create panic. When people hear that it's with us so council, president herb Wesson is finally saying, okay? We he filed this motion we need to have this rat infestations. They put out these traps they discovered that. Yes. Fleas are all over there. Bouncing around the carpets. Okay. Let's rip up the carpets. And we're gonna clean up a city hall and city hall east, and we're going to lay down new carpets or Dido, fumigate, whatever we're gonna do. But that isn't taken care of the problem because what if the routes come back late more fleas, Dr drew don't we need to take care of the problem? Yes. Because I watched the report, and if you look outside city hall and city hall east, oh what's in front of the building homeless people? And by the way in the carts and all of their stuff you by the way want to leave the homeless to live on the street. Okay. I don't think that's fair to them. But okay, but you cannot allow the sanitation to break down in the food debris to pile up and their own individual sanitation, a breakdown you can't do that. So if you're going to have homelessness, you must care for the homeless, at least if you're not going to house them, you must care for the inevitability of the infectious diseases that are created know for a fact for the people that go out and try to reach out to the homeless at sometimes it takes fourteen or more contacts with a homeless person each time to get them to take a shower because of their mental health issues. So which is why carpets and try. Laid down new ones. The fleas are going to be back immediately. Oh, yeah. So what I'm saying is just ripping up the carpets is not taking care of the problem. It's ripping off a band aid on wounded putting on a new one. It's going to be bloody immediately. Essentially, I mean, I think I think the they marrying up your where I'm betting there's a food source in those carpets for the rats the rats are getting in as well. So you may get rid of the homeless guy's living right in front of the doors of city hall when you walk in chances are they're still going to be fleas rats right there. Yeah. Yeah. Because you're not taking care of the homeless people. Thank you. Now, I understand though, Mitch Englander I can tell you. But don't you think they're only doing this and take care of the problem because a deputy city attorney got sick not because the homeless people got. My patient that got in Pasadena. They don't give a rat's. So the other thing is that if you try to take care of these folks in the fashion that there need to be taken care of they won't allow it the patients won't allow because they're going. Yeah. As Mitch Englander found out Elliott city councilman who set up showers it took on average fourteen context to get one homeless person one shower. So if you think you're going to be able to maintain things. Essentially assign a professional each homeless person if you're going to keep the maintained in the streets, which is why which is why throughout civilization we have not done that because it's not possible. It's in your and it's gonna get bad. I'm telling you, this is the way I felt when in twelve years ago when I was screaming about the opioid epidemic. Are there certain things? I just know as a practice as a medical practitioner. I just know it it's I'm a biologist. I'd have thirty five years of experience. I know when things have jumped off the rail are new the opiate thing was a freaking catastrophe. I was screaming about it this footage of me twelve years ago and Larry King go after he ledger died saying, no, no, no he's an addict, he died of not his fault. The doctors did this to him. It's an opiate Pennzoil convoy guarantee if they hadn't released information yet way and he's just the league. And I kept saying it's a soon NAMI, it's a soon NAMI it's coming because I was dealing with it every day now dealing with this every day. So I'm telling you, I wouldn't call this a sooner. Mommy. I I would call this a ticking time bomb, and I don't believe the soon. Nami is gonna wash over as actually I if I were predicting the future, my fear is once you get the plague breaking out people are gonna freak the hell out and do something reflexive and not properly take care of these poop poor people that are languishing all over the place. That's actually one of my concerns. And then you do something massive and sweeping be is a panic. And who knows how bad that panic and again people in panic don't do. Well, so I would like people in the government held criminally accountable for allowing people to die. If any one of the rest of us made active decisions or ignored warnings that directly materially resulted in someone's death, any of us in any job on earth would be held accountable. Government officials if anything should be held more accountable than the rest of us, and they are ignoring this. And it is. Is profound. It is. It is unconscionable. I if somebody's an attorney or thinks there's any sort of legislate, I I'm working down the legislative Pat trying to help with gravely disabled and conservative ship. So we can help these poor people. So they don't die of the infectious diseases that are about to break out. So that end were slowly taking care of Catherine bargain has got a coalition going with the ACLU, and they're beginning to create beds for people any chronic services. So it the the battleship the aircraft carriers slightly shifting, but it's a little late in this game. And in the meantime, I like to put a fire under elected officials and held them accountable. Just we I'd be held accountable. If something I did something why will reckless negligence, there's something called reckless negligence, and this is active. This is this is beyond reckless negligible negligence. This you're busy and you make horrible mistakes. This is active denial of the truth for political expediency. I don't know what to call that. Yeah. It's so onerous. So do you think the the problem is so big that they're paralyzed by it or they just not take refusing refusing refusing technology. They don't have the money or the. Can we get Joe Grover on the phone later today? I would love to talk to him it because I'm on. He's the one that's chasing down. There are heading. He's one of the journalists that gets gets what's going on here. And and he he he should go talk to people that have more people to have the onus too. So they can form a coalition of some type and he needs to keep his eye on her Sandia because he'll be right there at the at the outbreak when it happens. Do we have anybody here in southern California that has plagued no Wyoming? But it's. Wyoming's close. Yeah. I know that's too close. But it's it's in I guarantee you it's already here. It just hasn't.

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"typhus" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Latest typhus trouble at LA city hall, infected fleas and rats turning out prompting some officials to consider removing all of the carpets. They've already done it and herb lessons office. City council president worker contracted typhus last November until CBS too. She thought she was going to die. The worst headache. I've ever had in my life. I couldn't move my head lost my equilibrium. I had one hundred degree fever, the council, president herb Wesson, telling workers, if you see rats report, it we jumped on it quickly because I think we have responsibility to protect all of the staff and all of the visitors typhus is spread by fleas. This kind of typhus on effected by rats cats and possums the LA mayor Garcetti ordering LAPD to curb its elite divisions practice of vehicle stops after some calls from activists after the investigation that showed that black drivers are pulled over at a disproportionate rate roofs, including the ACLU issued a letter to Garcetti chief Michael Moore and the police commission they say the metropolitan division should stop that practice or he says he favors techniques other than traffic stops to help build community trust the mayor's on Capitol Hill this morning talking to the house committee. They're calling for congress to agree on a package of big spending increases for infrastructure and transportation, he says. As they need some new ideas LA, which is known as America's car capital. We're the headquarters of hyperloop home to electric scooter revolution new boring company, new technologies that are excavating tunnels faster than ever electric cars that are reducing emissions, and we want these things not to just be invented in America. But exported from America, he says, there's not a company in America that has the expertise to help revamp the ports of L A, and Long Beach, and that should not be the case. The beaches of south Orange County are in trouble crumbling, seawalls toppled, trees and disappearing sand. Some say this is not just the regular seasonal cycle. But rather a sign of something permanent Bill and overbuilt our postal zones and upland areas, which essentially impacts house, sediment makes its way down to our beaches and creates that white beach that we all wish and love directory on Stephanie's Quinn with the surfrider foundation tells KNX saving the beach requires action ahead of time hard choices of relocating homes and not building right up to the coastline are really decisions. We are. Going to be forced to make and are starting to make on a pretty regular basis. The OC register reports during just one day of the storm to feet of sand under an abandoned concession stand in San Clemente washed away, Brian paying KNX ten. Seventy NewsRadio has been arrested accused of sexually assaulting five women in the Lakewood area was caught by LA county sheriff's deputies last week, but they are looking for more possible victims coming up, so we just cleared this motorcycle down east hand at Las Yetagun. But there is a big backup. It's affecting the southborough five to the east and even people off PCH trying to get off that onto the ten headed Easter feeling. It's a really big backup. We'll try.

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Typhus At LA City Hall - Fleas Infected By Rats, All Carpeting Junked

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Typhus At LA City Hall - Fleas Infected By Rats, All Carpeting Junked

"Thirty-three, there's a tough his heartbreaker Ellie city hall, and it's so serious officials are thinking about removing all the carpeting from the building what attorney who got sick telling CBS too. It wasn't just a simple case of beheading gills. She couldn't move her head. It was terrifying. I thought I was going to die and couldn't figure out what was wrong with me. Spread by fleas that have been affected by rats and possums, and maybe some feral cats so council, president her boss and says he wants city staffer report on the scope of the Berman problems

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LA City Hall may remove carpets amid downtown typhus outbreak

Arizona's Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

LA City Hall may remove carpets amid downtown typhus outbreak

"Albinger, ABC news. Fears of a typhus outbreak in downtown Los Angeles, a city employees may have contracted the infectious disease at work rats feeding on dumped garbage just blocks from city hall and skid row, contributing to the growing problem of typhus. That's now made its way to the historic city hall building at the center of Los Angeles. Now, a possible threat to the public and those that work inside city council president or west and making a motion to remove all carpet from city hall and the Jason city hall east. After

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LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

LA City Hall carpets to be removed amid typhus outbreak

"This really is the first of a new generation of technologies is coming that will make your the current nine one one system seem like a Ford model t if people know about is they countywide service can also help people who may be in a situation where speaking can be dangerous. What can't be sent at the moment, however are photos videos, but those options will be explored when the technology improves James Rowe Haas. KABC news all of the carpets in city hall and city hall east may need to be ripped out due to a typhus outbreak. According to council, president heard Wesson who said a city employees may have contracted the infectious disease. While at work west and also want city staff to report on the scope of vermin and pest control issues within the Civic Center

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now, fifty three in Laguna beach. It's the same intestine forty eight in Fontana and fifty five in Sherman oaks, we lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty it. Sure. Is right. So one of the things we did yesterday which were working on following up. His we interviewed the Los Angeles deputy city attorney. And her name is Lee Greenwood now, we got a tip on this story from NBC fours investigative team led by Joel Grover who did a story about typhus still showing up in downtown LA, particularly since our guest list. Liz Greenwood got typhus a couple of months ago, and she's still has not returned to work. She got it original symptoms in October. And it took a few weeks to diagnose and she works in one of the city hall buildings city hall east, which is across the street from city hall, and it's connected by a bridge that goes over the road in between. Now, you have large homeless encampments surrounding. These buildings, and there's an enormous number of rats feasting on the garbage in the food and the feces the rats attract flees, the fleas bite, the rats. Get the typhus than bite people like Liz green wedding. She gets typhus and the typhus comes from the bacteria in the food and the poop in whatever's rotting in there that hellhole steps pool of a measurement. All this Garcetti's. Workplace. Pete are his employees's in his administration. People may think well, this is just the honest bottom line. Well, I guess just the homeless are getting the typhus, but it doesn't work that way. And remember the hepatitis outbreak that hit San Diego and parts of LA. It's the same kind of problem. But but with city hall east downtown LA, there's a lot of people that go there for work. And it's a lot of people that roam around there, and these fleas hopping around with typhus there in the carpeting, you're playing an ugly game of roulette right there in the carpeting, I had longtime ago, my wife, and I I moved into the we had a cat. She got fleas fleas multiplied in our carpeting, oh like crazy. I mean, we had to get the big bug bug bombing, exterminate everything. But once they start mating and reproducing they love to burrow in the warm fibers of carpet. No, so everybody working at at city hall there. You're all doomed, and you're all to get typhus. We should probably get also a medical expert on to explain. How it all begins? In other words, when you have the trash, right? And you have the feces does do the fleas come that already have typhus or do they acquire it somehow from from the I think I think the fleas get it from biting, the rats and the rats have consumed garbage and feces food oh incentives. Unsanitary conditions. So see the rats have these incredible immune systems because they've seen it. All right. Then they eat a around a million years rats don't get sick. Evolution is given them quite the immune system. You know, we can die from typhus because we don't have it immune system against it. Because we live and better sanitary conditions. That's the downside to it. Mute systems aren't probably as wired up as like a rat. I've looked up the history of this because all the headlines are it's a medieval disease. Yeah. I wondered so what what happened in the middle ages the first description of the disease appears in fourteen eighty nine during the Spanish siege of Bosnia. And went fighting the Boers during the war of Granada, fourteen eighty nine. These accounts include descriptions of fever, red spots over arms back and chest attention deficit progressing to delirium gangrenous sores and the smell of rotting flesh during the siege. I get this Spaniards lost three thousand men in the war, but they lost seventeen thousand typhus seventeen thousand. There was no there was no obviously any sanitary system, and they'll probably wasn't any treatments. There was no treatments. And what happens when you're war? You're you're living outdoors where you live in like always people, right? You're living in tents is garbage foods riding. You got all kinds of weird. You know, bugs in the fields of the forest wherever you're fighting, and they bite you and boom. You got the typhus and it was common in English prisons. It occurred when prisoners were crowded together in dark filthy rooms where lice spread easily. Oh, that's another thing. Why spreads this too? And if you had to if you had if you were stuck in prison for a lengthy period of time, it was the equivalent of a death sentence. And this went on for hundreds of years, especially during the sixteenth and ninety two from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, the English civil war. The thirty years war the Napoleonic wars. And by the antifascist bay killed more than ten percent of the total German population in the sixteen hundreds the disease in general counted for accounted for ninety percent of Europe's casualties. Ninety percent of the people who died. Yeah. During the police retreat from Moscow eighteen twelve more French soldiers died of typhus than were killed by the Russians. There was a major epidemic in Ireland between eighteen sixteen and eighteen nineteen hundred thousand people died came back in the eighteen thirties and the eighteen forties. US typhoid typhus epidemic broke out in Philly in eighteen thirty seven killed Franklin Pierce, his son. He was president epidemics Baltimore. Memphis, Washington up to eighteen seventy three. And then in the twentieth century they had delousing stations for troops during World War One. But one hundred and fifty thousand troops died in Yugoslavia alone from typhus hundred and fifty thousand. The word comes from the Greek typhus, meaning hazy describing the state of mind of those. And we learned yesterday that lives Greenwood she's mostly recovered. She still has vertigo. Yeah. She does not really drive and she has not returned to work because of the complications with that. Now, the other thing that came out of this was they weren't believing her either she had to go get a she made. She actually did a little research herself. And ended up getting this specific test for typhus that it was confirmed because you know, what they don't wanna hear this down in LA city government because you know, it's one thing for the homeless to get typhus. But if some of the people that work or live in the area getting typhus, it's going to be a huge nightmare. You can't have people living like this in public. You cannot tolerate this. I mean every single every single notation here about where this happened came from people living in filthy conditions. The last huge outbreak in Europe World War Two, and it was the German POW camps the ghettos in the Nazi concentration camps because of an hygienic conditions. That's what you that's what you have here. It's. It's treated with antibiotics, but if you have a compromised immune system is actually two different types of typhus epidemic. Typhus is the bad one where somebody's older, and again has a bad immune system. It can take their lives. So, you know, we're dealing again with the city run by a mayor who has never paid much attention to the homeless problem except for his dopey gift, baskets and his idea to crowd neighborhoods with his encampments. Yeah. That's it. This is why. And this is why you can't have one of these encampments in your neighborhood, one of the Garcetti encampments. Right. Yeah. Shelters like they're fighting in Venice because the shelters attract more vagrants they'll set up a camp in front of the shelter next to the shelter because the shelter. People are going to be outdoors all day, right? And they're gonna track more friends, and then pretty soon the friends will be setting up camps in your neighborhood, everybody who's been screaming my neighborhood, you you have to be a super Nimby on this stuff is next thing. You know, it's Titus. And you don't know you you, can you could go into Starbucks, and there's a typhus guy standing next year and a flea jumps off from him to you bite. You next thing. You know, you bring it home. The fleas jump on the kids. And everybody's dead. So we're following up on this. We already tried to get the LA city attorney on because that would be her boss was mean, what's boss and might fear. Apparently, they're turning down the request no comment from everybody. Nobody wants to talk. So they're they're willing to have people living in filth and disease outside their offices at city hall, and if the fleas happened to take out one of their own employees. They don't care. This is the level of sociopathic behavior. We got more coming up, John and Ken KFI chess. When a thousand dollars.

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"typhus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"WCBS. He's holding the line for America. Buck Sexton is back. I'm starting to worry that some of the largest American cities are going to start to really feel the full brunt of the left-wing stupidity. That has been inflicted on them. You gotta you gotta keep in mind. You know, it's hard to mess up. Some of these cities you've had such a huge decrease in crime nationwide. There are few cities that are outliers here, but you've had this massive drop in crime rates in places, like New York and and across the country. Chicago Baltimore, some outliers to be sure, but overall violence crimes way down from what it was thirty thirty or so years ago or even twenty years ago, and I just am starting to see these stories at to me, look like the Canaries, Nicole mine of general urban decay. I mean, it's tough to be in terms of a warning signs that a city is not being well run. It's it's tough to see something like this and nothing. Oh, gosh. This is only gonna get worse a typhus epidemic in Los Angeles. Okay. Typhus is an infectious disease. That is now. Making its way through particularly the homeless population. But it's a disease that gives you incredibly high fever terrible pain headaches. And it's really really rough. If you catch it now, they are able to treat this. But it's one of these diseases that similar to the bubonic plague or the black death back in the day. It travels on the fleas that live on rats. Well, you might say why would we have in Los Angeles, a typhus outbreak, which is Z's that's really generally associated with extreme deprivation, and poverty, and and trash, and you know, how I feel about trash, you know, everything you need to know about a society's wealth, and and its level of order, and obviously it's cleanliness based upon how it deals with trash situation is trash sewage the very basics of of civil society in a modern country. These days. But they're having this outbreak of typhus in Los Angeles. It's from the fleas on the rats the rats make your way around the human population. Because of these tent cities, you have you. And by the way. One hundred and twenty four cases last year in LA county. But that's one hundred twenty four cases, they found you probably have a few times that in cases that they haven't found yet or in cases that were misdiagnosed or people just you know, didn't necessarily get it dealt with the way they should have. But the mayor is now putting millions of dollars together just to clean up the streets because the rats live on the trash in the streets. People live in the streets in large numbers in these tent cities in LA now, you know, the way that LA deals with its homeless crisis is obviously not sufficient and the way that it's cleaning up the trash on its streets is not sufficient they call an area of downtown LA now the typhus zone. This is the second biggest city in the country. Those you were like, you know, it doesn't it doesn't affect me. You're starting to see diseases popping back up that had been eradicated. You're seeing diseases at the southern border coming in with people who have Syria. Health needs have no vaccination history whatsoever. And then you're seeing measles outbreak occurring. People are moving away from vaccination even of diseases that have a very very high cure rate because or prevention rate because of vaccination, you know, this is this is sketchy stuff, and I can talk to you about what I think's going on in New York to after having been there for the weekend. And just Lino takes a while to see how liberal policy is destructive. And how it is eventually always doomed to run the same cycle of failure. But I think that we're just beginning to really see it happening in places like LA San Francisco where they have the poop patrol to pick up human feces on the streets. You know this. This is where we need somebody to come in. Who's who's really about law and order and cleanliness is a part of that..

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Typhus Epidemic Worsens in Los Angeles

NBC 4 News at 6

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Typhus Epidemic Worsens in Los Angeles

"A minute. Health. Officials say Los Angeles County is experiencing a typhus epidemic. Jeff widow with more record one hundred twenty four cases of typhus were reported in the LA county last year, a deputy city attorney thinks she was infected with the disease while working in her office at LA city hall east, which she claims is infested with rats. The attorney lives Greenwood describes her symptoms to NBC four news. It felt like somebody was driving railroad stakes through my eyes and out the back of my neck typhus is usually spread by

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"typhus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Being a gendered woman. Now, if you're an average American waiting for the Super Bowl on Sunday. Going to the burger joint. How about to have a beer or something like that? You don't even know what assist gendered woman has. But here on the Savage Nation. We're going to help you with that today with all of the identities that are now acceptable to Democrats that you've never heard of you never heard of these things by gender man's this woman, a gender androgynous gender fluid gender queer gender, non conforming genre. And intersex, these are all the democrat types, a non binary pan gender transformation and a transgender transsexual a trans man and trans masculine a trans woman a two spirit in a woman. The only thing missing from that as an actual, man. Apparently. There are no men in the definitions of the sexualities that are now current in. Oh, no man here. Does man an adult male Uman being in the merriam Webster dictionary. That's the shortest definition of all of the new democrat types, if you are a man, you're in a very small minority among. Against all of the varieties of genders and sexualities that are so Koran now in the party of Nancy Pelosi. I know it's silly. But when you think about it. When you really think about how insane the Democrats have become when you got this Muslim there that they throw in there. I don't care Muslim. How could you put a woman is so pro terrorist in the congress and not see it with your own eyes? It's like the king has no close look at the women's history. I'm the only one in the media daring to say because she has a scarf. She's not sacred. What because I look at the head scarves, something into my hands. And these in bow down to the woman has fronted for dangerous people for years. Yet. They elected are in Minneapolis. Now, she wants to tax the rich at ninety percent. And there's all dock Sanders behind her the most dangerous man in American political history, a communist bum through and through a loser. A bomb Mook Amana lived on people's couches never held a job never held a job in his life that bum that communist piece of garbage never held a job in his life lived on couches on the Upper West side. Then he found a fertile field in Vermont. He went and bamboozled the potheads in Burlington became may the next thing he became a Senator. Now, he's pushing this Marxism like it's brand new like Bernie Sanders doesn't know what he's doing. If call marks were alive today. He'd be Bernie Sanders the friendly all seltzer man from Brooklyn. And yet many of you are stupid enough to not see it for what it is. You don't know what it leads to mountains of human skulls and starvation. It's been tried before. You know, sympathy for the devil. We've heard before. Ross limbaugh. I realized that that that used to be a kind of a cheer cheerleading squad raw raw system by. Maybe we've heard it in movies. I realized that that's a sexist statements this bar. Maybe that's the changed to trans boom bar. Maybe she'll be raw raw trans boom, Bah because Rah Rah SIS boom, Bah is sexist unto itself. And I think that would offend the party of Nancy Pelosi. To use a phrase like SIS, boom, Bah. Meanwhile on a serious note a typhus epidemic is worsening in Los Angeles owing to the filthy disgusting bums in the streets of Los Angeles. Who are so rat infested? You may not understand this that bums throw garbage in the streets. The rats live on the garbage in the streets. Philli's leave on rats live on rats and the fleas jump out of the rat onto man causing an epidemic of typhus spreading in Los Angeles. Even into city hall at city hall east. In fact, they lost Angeles city official. Is one of the latest victims of typhus that is worsening across L A county. This is what happens when liberalism gets out of control. I'm sorry to keep repeating the obvious. But obviously, it's not obvious enough to the left wing drug addicts who don't know they're killing themselves and everyone around them. Typhus was once epidemic in the trenches of World War One because rats associated with the poor soldiers that were stuck in those watery hell halls proliferated and fleas on the rats Pitman and caused a typhus epidemic. So now we have epidemic spreading in Los Angeles. The heart of illegal immigration, the heart of homeless bums here in San Francisco, a local restaurant by an unknown author of cookbook that no one ever read has some restaurant. I would never go to begin with he band make America. Great hats and compared them to white hoods and swastikas. The man is now famous his name is Jay Kenji Lopez. Now, I have no idea what the derivation of such a name is Jay Kenji Lopez salt, but it's a restaurant in San Mateo, the heart of Silicon Valley in many ways, and he says anyone who comes with a mega hats, like a Ku Klux Klan member. You know, what I say to you? I can't say it. It's a family show, but you can take your food and shove it up with the sun don't shine Kenji. I wouldn't eat your trash garbage. I wouldn't even feed it to a rat. Who would eat in that garbage that garbage pail? American Bar Association says higher standards are unfair to minorities. No, I'm not I'm not making. I knew the day would come. I told you that the day would come that speaking the English language with a certain degree of literacy would be considered racist. When you consider rap artists who speak fifty words of English and make fifty million a year. Now, the ABA saying highest standards are unfair to minorities. Okay. Very good. So now, the border belts down the language melts down the culture melts down, and you still don't see the light. Do you? Swedish liberalism is struggling under the weight of immigration. No kidding, meaning bringing in Syrian terrorists into Sweden and the Swedes who are so pacifist. Now, they don't even know if Viking ancestry was have no idea they've accepted, four hundred thousand so-called asylum seekers from the hell holes of the Middle East who are stretching the country social services to the breaking point crime is out of control. Yeah. Right. Okay. Immigration rate. Really good for Sweden. Shorted your anxiety drug leaves patients scrambling. Apparently, there's a lot of Americans who think that their anxiety is unique unique enough to be Medicated, and they're on anti anxiety drugs, like valium Xanax and boost Perron boost Pearl never heard of that one. A sudden shortage of one of the safest anti anxiety drugs on the market has spread alone. Among people who rely on the medication boosts Perron to get through the day without debilitating, anxiety and panic attacks. Can I tell you that anxiety and panic attacks or the norm for most people living in New York? That's the norm medicating. What's the normal state of mind in big cities is Zion? Paddock. What do you expect? If you live in a city like that. So now the drugs that keep these morons sedated are unavailable. Okay. It's not my problem. It's your problem. When are you learn how to control your anxiety, some other way, this is the Savage Nation of some of the craziness of today? Border protection agents, make largest fencing bust in the US history. Well, it sounds like a big deal seizing and fifty four pounds of Fenton hill at a street value of three and a half million dollars. You know, what that is that would keep Hollywood going through the Super Bowl? I would say that this bust offensive. Six hundred and fifty pounds of meth and Fangio combine would cut out the supply into Los Angeles just for the Super Bowl on Sunday. But it's a good start. But I don't think it's going to stop anything. I mean Hollywood care run without Fenton fennel and such Hollywood could run without methamphetamine, and is that why these movies are like they are Howard Schultz freaked out by democratic backlash to independent presidential run. Rethinks effort guy, actually sounds centrist. So they ripped his head off because he's not insane as occasional cortex. Well, there's a lot of other stories out here. If you care to comment on the insanity of the democrat party, if you're a democrat who has left the party, if you have a gender that no one's ever heard of that. I didn't list, and you feel left out and picked upon the phone number's eight five five four hundred seven two eight two if you to say to me in a cypher all this crap garbage. What really is important to you savage in terms of. News. It's clear. It's clear that the Neo cons got control of Donald Trump. The Baltin school of warmongering is now running the White House foreign policy they'll leading play around with the wall. They'll see they'll let him have a little fun with little stuff like that. But the big boys surrounding Trump one or with Russia, not a real war. I don't mean with thorough nuclear exchange or anything like that Bolton with like that. Because then you wouldn't have any serfs boss around that arrest Nola mild nuclear exchange, maybe sinking of a ship the downing of one of our planes, maybe killing about a thousand of our man with a small nuclear exchange. A little battlefield Nokia. No that would make the little man feel bigger and all of his neo-con friends in the radio and television business who are not happy unless there's blood running out of their mouths. So that to me is the biggest story which is Bolton and the Neo cons have seizing power around. Donald trump. You might say, it's the it's the deep state. You might say it's the democrat party you'd be right? You could add in the Republicans will also make money off the deal the big deals the nuclear treaty with Russia being torn up by Donald Trump. Because as far as I'm concerned, it's gonna start a bigger arm race. And also Dr Russia into the arms of the real terrorists nations on earth, the real ones. So why all of a sudden is Russia? Our enemy. Well, you can thank Nancy Pelosi and the democrat party for demonizing Putin and wanting war with a country that should be a natural ally against the greatest threat to civilized society on the planet, which is the ninth century Islamo-fascism movement that is alive and well, not only in this country. Take a look at congress, but the ninth century Islamo-fascism movement that is a threat to all civilizations on earth. Russia's should be natural ally. Instead, you can thank Hillary Clinton for calling Putin Hitler Pelosi for calling him Hitler and all those around Trump whoever inveigle their way in most utterly the guy. Looks like a walrus whatever his name is John Bolton a danger through to the survival of this planet. What's this? Now. I've questions already coming in eight five five four two seven two eight two. I think we gotta go back to a sound bite though. Because I think I've lost you. Maybe you like the clown music and the sound of the woman on laughing gas. Who was being taken seriously people who don't know the difference? She then goes from acknowledging privilege and being born SIS gendered, which of course, is gonna play very big in Kansas. They really know what agenda androgynous by geneticists, man woman, gender, queer gender fluid. Hydro Hegira intersex transformative Pange on the transgender transsexual trans man, trans masculine to spirit trans woman woman and his actual thing. They defined a woman as an adult human being adult female human being. So they still acknowledge a woman, but she has privilege just being born a woman and acting like a woman, even though that's the majority of the world woman man, these psychopaths have now taken over the democrat party, and they have mouthpieces like occasional cortex and Nancy Pelosi. So in order to keep you're listening to the Savage Nation. And not have you turn the dial and list of the something about the Super Bowl. We now regale you with clip number two on the Savage Nation knowledge in races on it's a really big step from where we were. But I can't take where we were if you had a precocious four-year-old who spoke at a rising inflection. I am glad to see that. She's acknowledged acknowledging that she is a racist. In in saying that acknowledging racism is a really big step. I think that that is a good first step for casual.

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Months ago. This is a breeding ground. Typhus that is unacceptable to me. And as mayor I'm gonna make sure that that is changed after our story. Aired in October the city did Holloway the trash on Sarah's avenue and launch more frequent cleanings of streets in skid row the area now known as the typhus zone. But four months later the garbage is once again piling up on Cirrus and all over L A. This is the city of Los Angeles. A Stella Lopez represents businesses in part of downtown LA, and is worried that the typhus epidemic is only getting worse. You can't solve this until you hit the cause of it in the cause of it is that you still have these mountains of trash and the latest numbers from the state health department show, a record number of typhus cases in LA county in two thousand eighteen at least a hundred and twenty four people and more than eighty percent of those cases occurred outside downtown LA. Do you think the city is doing enough to stop the outbreak? Deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood thinks the city should fumigate full city buildings in the downtown area for fleas, including city hall east where she works and city hall. This city has already fumigated parts of nearby LAPD headquarters that have been plagued with fleas, and it shut down and fumigated. LAPD central division where several cops were bitten by fleas. According to this veteran officer are cops afraid of getting typhus, of course. Or course, it's not just homeless, folks. But the city told Greenwood it doesn't have the resources to fumigate city hall east where she says hundreds of city employees who work there and thousands of citizens who visit are at risk of getting typhus. I am concerned about going back to work and getting this again because I thought I was going to die. We asked mayor Garcetti's office why they haven't requested that city hall buildings. Be fumigated. For the fleas that can carry typhus the mayor's office didn't answer our specific question. But simply sent us a statement saying since last fall there's been a comprehensive effort to improve cleanliness and protect public health in the Civic Center Joe from NBC four investigative team on typhus. There's so much insanity in that report. They don't have the resources to fumigate party city hall for typhus and flees didn't have the resources that's tax money. You don't you don't have tax money to fumigate the the government offices. Thank they didn't tax money to put up signs tell the vagrants not to set up camp in the fire zones. Yeah. The no trespassing signs. Oh, what do you mean you so so if I if I've got business at city hall part of deals after take the risk of getting typhus? How could they not have money to fumigate the place? Oh why? Because all the money goes to employee pensions. Is that the problem of? It's so crazy. And did you notice Garcetti was challenged on the garbage on that street? Oh, yeah. We're gonna take care of it. And they do it for a little while. And then they stop the garbage pile later. It's back up, right? And one of one of their own employees city. Prosecutors now got typhus. Oh, it's hard. I'm looking typhus online here. Yeah. I was doing the same thing there. There's there's no vaccine for it. No. You get a high fever headache, nausea vomiting. Good. Get a rash of the chest and the abdomen. Yeah. Yeah. The after five to nine days. The rash starts on your trunk. Oh, it could cover the entire body except the palms of the hands on the bottoms of the feet. Yeah. So you'll get this this typhus rash all over the place. And at any antibiotics typhus, it's the only you can treat it because there's a bacteria without treatment death may occur in ten to sixty percent of patients. Patients over age sixty have the highest risk of death. Oh. I mean, unless you unless you get the drug it's doxycycline antibiotic my God, I and the thing is it says here that you usually you only get it in places where. There's a lot of. There's a lot of poverty. It was a mediaeval only a few as. It's just only few areas exists today. Burundi Rwanda Ethiopia ALgeria and a few areas in south and Central America. You don't have this in the modern world. No. This is from the middle ages. It's they I discovered it in fourteen eighty nine. Eighty nine delayed. Undiagnosed untreated typhus does have a poor prognosis. It depends on which one you get. There's two types of typhus endemic typhus epidemic typhus. But anyway. Apparently epidemic. Typhus has a death. Ray that ranges from ten to sixty percent of infected patients, and if you're over sixty and not in good. You're not going to know you have it because you've never heard of it. So you'll have a bunch of symptoms and you'll think it's the flu. Or some kind of infection because you need that specific drug the doctor how many doctors have treated typhus, it may take weeks before anybody figures out what you have to remember. It's it's it's fleas lice. Typhus of what the rats. It's the fleas on the rats vagrant stuff because the vagrants living garbage. They have a lot of food the rats come for the food, and they and the rats. Enjoy the garbage. Then then the fleas jump on the vagrants. And now the vagrants, you know in the Starbucks. So this poor lady who works for the city. Maybe you know, she went into a Starbucks, and there was one of those guys all sprawled out and the flea jumped on her. Enormous rats with tales as long as their bodies. That's creepy. That's just. Steady steady epidemic. Typhus occurs. Outbreaks were poor sanitary, conditions and crowding or present. Yeah. It's the Garcetti's. It's the vagrant encampments all over the place. Nice. There you go. But, but that's I mean, that's his office city halls where he works in. No, you can't even clean where he works. He doesn't even care about the people work for him. They don't have any money. I just don't understand what's going on. Are more coming up. John and Ken KFI..

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"typhus" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"typhus" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"This is bad news. They're spending up to thirty thousand dollars a day. Trying to take care of these central Americans is some of the migrants. I mean, they're going to get the, you know, they're going to wise up and head back. But some of them quite frankly are going to be too sick to head back to weakened to head back. Fox's is also reporting that these people have bugs you just heard about it. They're talking about real bugs at least one hundred and one reported care carriers of lice and skin infections. That means the migrants might well-studied typhus epidemic. Bring that in. What kills me? About this. This is not new this happened before this happened under the Obama administration when you had two children migrants the unaccompanied minors coming here remember that. But the Obama administration was all set up for that those children came in. And then they got redistributed around the country. Remember, southwest cay? We ought to south west key was just shut down in the valley. When all this was going on. And I lived in Tucson, I was one of the ones that filed a health report against the because of these these disease. Some of the reports will begin southwest key from the workers there. Now, James t Harris, you are so cruel where is your heart? Where is your can passion where it's your? So what about should we be trying to help these people, you know, what on a certain level? I do have capacity who wants to see sick people who wants to see sick children. But whoa, time out. We used to have a system set up at Ellis Island for for the the European immigrants that were coming over here. Yup. Back in the day. They get to Ellis Island if they had these diseases guess what they were put back on the next boat. Sending a back to wherever they came from. We're talking about epidemic. Typhus? We're talking about diseases the stuff that had already been eradicated in this country that are showing backup. Here's what thing they have compassion. But there's another thing letting all of this come into the country unchecked. Please help me help me understand do got an epidemic going on in Latin America. You've got all kinds of diseases. We're not we're not. We're not familiar with. But out of compassionate. We're supposed to just let this up in here. Oh, look at this on the part. We have blood sucking blood sucking bugs get infected by biting and affected animal person is spread it on was the fact that the bugs pass parasites in their feces of the bugs are found in houses made from materials such as mud adobe straw in palm thatch. During the day. The buds hide it emphasis in the walls and the roof during the night with the habits are sleeping the buds emerge because they tend to feed on people's faces. These buds are also known as kissing bugs is a big problem..

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"typhus" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"According to the times now, there's a typhus outbreak likely due to the booming number of rats attracted by all the few food and human waste. It's in skid row and other places. Some critics might say, hey, mayor Garcetti, why are you traveling the country campaigning for Democrats in the midterms? When you have this huge crisis in your own backyard. Well, I think they're linked together. And I welcome a national conversation. Washington DC where the more homeless per capita where you see in Seattle and San Francisco, and you see in a red and blue cities, a mental health crisis and mayors as I said can avoid that a lot of people told me never touch the issue of homelessness, but I am so passionate about it. We have people who are dying on our streets from opioid addiction. I'm so proud of voters in Los Angeles who passed the two largest measures in the local level in US history to combat homelessness. This is what people say is on solvable problem, and I'm committed to solving it somebody put mayor Garcetti of LA's answered there on the poop patrol because that's what it deserves. That was incredible. So there you had lib lib tapper over at CNN liberal, Jake tapper off and on it's fake tapper. And he is he's asking Garcetti about the the the whole situation of homelessness in L A. Which I've seen with my own eyes. And I'm sure many of you have to is appalling, there are ten cities in parts of LA, and it's gotten so bad now that there has been a typhus outbreak. Now for those you who are wondering, why would why would they be typhus outbreak because of the homelessness problem, it's because human feces, attracts rats, and the rats attracted to the human feces, Kerry fleas and the fleas carry the typhus plague or not really technically plagued but typhus disease. Although the plague robotic plague was carried by the fleas on rats that came from the east into the Mediterranean, as you all know and lead you about a third of European wiped out back in the day. The black death bubonic plague all the different names for the same thing. So there is an outbreak of typhus in Los Angeles. Which is a pretty scary public health issue. And here you have the mayor of Los Angeles was mayor. Okay. He he's not a Senator he's not a state or. National level politicians the mayor and he's going around doing his whole, hey, I wanna be famous and campaign for Democrats thing. He's asked about the homelessness problem. You know, there's really a map I've seen it as a map in San Francisco to show you where people are not saying that there is a feces on the street and in that map, you can see that. There's a tremendous concentration at some. I know I know we're talking about poop. I'm sorry guys. It's gross. I hope you're not eating. This is a real public health problem. Right. I will not avoid the poop. Just because it's smelly. Or something like that. So I guess I will you know, what I mean? You know, what you know what I mean, but Garcetti's answers so classic slimy. Politician. He's asked about the homeless problem and immediately says, well, everybody's basically got a homeless problem now, and that's not the point. And that's not even entirely true LA is among the worst in the entire country. Probably second only to San Francisco right now. And it's a relatively new problem. It's fifty percent up since Garcetti became the mayor of Los Angeles. But notice how he goes this whole, you know, it's a it's a mental health crisis, and I'm committed to solving it, and he gives this answer that if you weren't paying attention you come away from it and think, wow, this guy's really on the ball. And then you realize he hasn't said anything he's done the usual lib trick of all I've got I've got some things that we gotta talk about. We really care. We're mostly connected solutions and think outside the box all this. Gobbledegook? I mean, all of this claptrap doesn't give you a solution. He doesn't give you an answer or a way of dealing with the problem. He just says. Yeah. You know, I I really care, and I'm on it, and we're going to fix this. And you see there's so much with the Democrats. It's really a reminder of how the Democrats are operating in general right now, and what they're doing is effectively to could try to connect emotionally with people without having to put forward any of their policies. The try and make it seem like they care of feel. Feel your pain. That's what they're you know, that wasn't the only thing that Bill Clinton was feeling back in the day. I'm just saying I'm just saying. I'll lock to, you know, also grapefruits in the grocery store, all kinds of orbital things orbital objects, but Clinton aside for a moment here the problem. The Democrats have is the more people understand about what Democrats want to do when it comes to governance, the less. They trust the less. They trust Democrats with governance. Okay. So you have to keep that in mind, and the more that we find out that the Democrats don't have any solutions the less will listen to their oh, I've got solutions talk solutions. Like what how did they want to deal with homelessness? The answer is they don't want to clear the homeless off the street and tell them that, you know, essentially enforce vagrancy laws because that seems mean right. Yeah. You can't do that. Well, if we're going to create a system for keeping people off the street, and we have places for them to go. That are mentioned give them a safe place to sleep food you eat and help to get back up. On their feet, which we do as a country. We do it better in some places than others. But there are programs that exist for that purpose if we have those programs, we should also be able to say, hey, you can't sleep and live and poop in the street because that's what they're doing. And it's not good for the people that are living on the street. It's not safe. It's not sanitary. But the the liberal mentality is that they don't want to enforce the laws against the less fortunate because they want to use the less fortunate as a political pot, right? They want to use the plight of people live on the street to say, oh, you know, we need we need more funding. We need more funding. You know, look at the big mean Republicans with their tax breaks. Nobody is homeless because of the Republican tax break. Nobody is homeless because of Republican fat cats doing private equity restructuring or something people lose their jobs. I mean, I'm not saying it's all fine. But the they they take it to this point. And and the other issue is when you look at. A mental health as a factor in homelessness. Yes, that's true. But really what he means by mental health is generally. Addiction. That's the primary the primary factor that you find with homeless populations all across the country. Putting aside this whole homeless by choice movement, which is a new thing which is happening in this country as well people say oh housing's too expensive. I'm just going to choose to be homeless. But. I would I would tell you that. It's roughly seventy to eighty percent of the homeless population is is the number that I believe I've seen but don't quote me on it. But it's a huge majority for sure of the homeless population has either drug problem, a drinking problem or a serious mental health issue, very severe schizophrenia or any number of different diagnoses. And that means these are people who need help entered is not helping them to leave them in the public square, literally in the public square to engage in all kinds of human activity in bodily function and things that are unsafe and not the way that people should be living. But that means you're going to have to have police and social workers and others come along say, all right. You gotta come with me. We're going to get you off the street. We're gonna help you you don't just leave them there to wallow in their films because that's what the ACLU says freedom is. NBC News Radio. I'm Brian peers. President.

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"typhus" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It is kind of a way of if you're counting calories to have a sort of calorie lists experience. It's a way to kind of go, well, I'm going to skip lunch, but I've Cup providence a little bit cream in their Vinnie toward style and say, she ate whatever. When you putting the candy corn in there that helping these something I thought AJ would probably have some thoughts on Dr drew and the typhus epidemic. And another prediction here in l. a. and just what the hell is going on. We also Brian's funny tweet about Garcetti's right, airing up into the up into the heavens the other now. So I'll raged. I understand what Twitter's four in certain aspects, you know, flowery promotion and wonderful. Great. And it's like, hey, man. Literally people in your city are dying of this crazy disease like about we set aside the feel good tweets and get your hands dirty. Yeah, now, one city block. That's crazy. How many people I heard on way here on Gary and Shannon KFI. I think they said nine. It just in that skid row area died or been festive or whatever double check. But they said it was on. It's usually like three within a year, and it's already nine. Wow. Your citizens are dying of typhus tweeting, get work. Because when I look at the ground, I see people dying. I understand the whole space, x thing should be proud of it, but but the whole reason space exists is because NASA and the government supplied and event is kaput. You know, now it's privatize is not something for government official to be thrilled about interesting point. Good, Honey, brand, yeah. All right. Let's let's listen. Dr drew he made a video prediction? Yes. Well, this, this just reminder of the fleet prediction. I in the marine typhus. Okay. So saying for six months that we're going to have a recap Chea outbreak in southern California because of the homeless encampments is here in southern California area. When we get overrun by rodents, whether it is raccoons possums or rat, we get recaps, you'll outbreaks. The populations are completely overrun by rodents. Right now, our neighbors getting over by rats and cats. He has breaking out. It's called Muir typhus. We're having an epidemic in Pasadena downtown Los Angeles, the dangerous febrile illness, a blanche, ING. Painful rash of the palms of the hands and feet see a doctor. You have anything like that control the fleas on your pets, protect yourself. All right, complain my dog. If people die. Cats, you don't even know what that is. Part of it. It's like a pasta kinda dish. Yeah. All right. Let me tell you. We'll give second. The second one's that prediction. I will do that one. Second. I.

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nino year. All right. Let's start here. Let's do this story about Mitch Englander. He's going to vacate his seat. He announced that he's going to step down at the end of this year to take a job with oak view group as executive vice president of government affairs oak view group. You may remember is headed up by Tim Leiweke. Refreshment wasn't that SAM's Sam Wicky Sam Witt Wicky is was the guy from transformers right wicked thing. So, but why why is that familiar and shoots he used to be with a e? That's right. Former executive with a g. They're saying they're not sure how a new Representative would be chosen. The new city council person would be chosen. They can either do a special election. I believe the council. I I'm not sure if it's the mayor that appoints a replacement if necessary, but if they do a special election than they've gotta have a caretaker selected to handle the day-to-day constituent concerns because you can't have an empty city council position, necessarily, so. Mitch Englander I elected twenty eleven reelected twenty fifteen two years left in his term. The only Republican on the council serves as a reserve officer with the police department. What? I've never understood this. I've never understood one sided politics one of the fantastic things about having multiple parties. I mean to is better than one. But the great thing about having to parties is that you've got different views, and you're not gonna have one one side controlling everything. Isn't you know, sort of the argument for dictatorship is well, they made the runs the Mussolini made the trains run on time. We are about to have a one party dictatorship in the city of Los Angeles yet s still can't get done because this is still sitting on the streets out typhus Yogi is in like New Hampshire right now. He he knows he's on the downhill slide and the city a one party state a dictatorship still runs like complete crap. Haifa's yo Yogi. There is an by the way, there's typhus in town. Two thousand eighteen. Yeah. I know in this town, we talked with Joel Grover yesterday about the he was working for NBC four on trying to figure out how in the world typhus can exist in a first world country with third world pockets. I'll give you that. But how it can exist in a city like Los Angeles. I and overwhelmingly in terms of the numbers were now skewing the numbers for typhus on the west coast. I lived in Baghdad for a year and a half. I lived in Sarajevo for your you know, what we didn't have time Sarajevo Bosnia mass graves everywhere. Not typhus, so Baghdad no typhus Djibouti. No typhus. And there's no the there's a lack of at least an appearance of concern because Joel Grover catches Eric Garcetti. He's late for a flight to L A R late for a flight at LAX to take him to Mississippi to campaign for people. You've never heard of and all he can say is, you know, we're working on it. It should never have happened. Yeah. And Garcetti says typhus, I didn't even know us. It's not it's not a thing that happens to it takes a while for there to be a place of garbage of of lease of just detritus for typhus to even make its rear its ugly head. So the garbage trucks are just driving by these piles because these guys didn't don't wanna pay for them and the garbage trucks. Don't report it or something. That's what I don't get it. I customarily in in developed societies you eliminate your your filth and garbage. You do it either with goats or with dogs. They're both very efficient here. We don't we don't do that. We euthanize the dogs. But you're allowed to just let garbage pile up on your sidewalk and no-one knocks on the door. What about our throw this in there because I'm not sure if this is a thing about pigs picks would do that till today. Absolutely. Absolutely. There's a lot of third world that have a grounding in common sense. And that's why there's feral goats running around Bosnia in the Muslim side and pigs in the serving side there's a purpose for that. But I mean, by the way, I if we're gonna go Fulford world, we're already using goats to cutback brush, the take them out there that would be that would be the greatest ironic statement in two thousand eighteen hundred during the late fall and early winter when there's when there's less brush growing. Get them downtown cleanups of the type just stunt calling rent a goat and the guy saying alright where where's the hillside the Mulholland? No, it's DT LA. There'll be some hipsters watching on Sirius you sell it. C E R E S goats don't care. They will eat anything. And and it all comes out his poop. They just don't care. Well, then what do we do with the poop fertilizer garden with it? Okay. Fantastic idea. We could do city gardens city vegetable garden would be sustainable. That's us goats versus trucks goats. Eat the garbage they produce fertilizer. They don't wanna pension. They don't go on strike, but they may not CalPERS. They may not want the the breaks or the or the union representation, but somebody will demand it for them. Yes. SEI you. Union for goats. That'd be what it is. All right. We'll come back. We're gonna talk about this this teacher who wrote in a story about Stephen Miller little goats. And they would be at every valley downtown viragos. It would be would be exhorting them. When we come back. This teacher wrote about Stephen Miller and got in trouble for her description of the kid, not because necessarily politics, but you're not supposed to talk about kids and their information, Saul secret, we eat your garbage would we how about this? We got a thousand bucks were.

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I there you go. All right. Speaking of typhus shingles shingles. Yeah. Can get a single shot. Right. But typhus is also known as typhus fever. It's a it's a group of infectious diseases that includes epidemic typhus, scrub typhus and also common symptoms include fever, headache rash. Typically, these begin one to two weeks after exposure and the disease caused by civic specific types of bacterial infection the epidemic typhus is. Spread by body lice. And also by chiggers. What's chigar? It's it's like a tick. Oh, okay. All right. And then flees, and it's there's currently no commercially available vaccine prevention is by reducing exposure to the organisms that spreads the disease. Doctor it hurts when I move my arm. Yeah. Well, it's like Brian Regan where he goes. And he goes, hey, I think I got. I think I got I don't know you need to do it in the Brian Regan. Brian Regan, you need you need to Brian Regan it up, but what's a good disease where where it's not insulting. Okay. Maybe a shingles. Right. I was just gonna say shingles is the one. Yeah. Hey, doc. I got shingles. And the doctor says, well, here's a couple ways. How you get him. Because I know how to get them. I got. Foot bail pursuit back. Oh boy. All right areas. On channel timing. We'll be right back there. He goes back to shingle shingle city. So typhus is available downtown if you'd like to scoop of it. It's been described since the late fifteen twenties as typhus it's Greek meaning hazy, and while typhoid means type is like a typhus and typhus fever are distinct diseases caused by different types of bacteria. It's just filth is what essentially it is and signs and the symptoms begin with sudden onset of fever other flu like symptoms about one to two weeks after being infected five to nine days after the symptoms. Have started Arash typically begins on on the on the trunk and spreads to your extremities. This rash eventually spreads over most your body. Sparing the face, by the way, the palms and the soles. Ooh. So you can walk around. It. Get yourself a nice turtleneck. No, no signs begin with. The rash. Continue into the second and third week. And the cause is filth. Just radical filth fleas ticks and filth. That's how you get it harvest mites will give it to you as well rodents and the prevention as of 2017 again, no commercial available. No commercially available vaccine a vaccine has been in development for typhus. But it's not quite ready yet. The treatment they recommend based on clinical findings and be that without treatment death might occur. How about this up to sixty percent of patients? Wow. Now, you can get typhus downtown LA and death might occur tend to sixty percent of patients. So basically, if you don't clean it if you don't treat it, you're gone. Yeah. Wow. You knew the rules. You knew the boundaries Mahalo tie. Follow. In one study, sixty hospitalized patients with typhus. No patient died when given the proper I think it's doc silliest silly sign. Maybe mispronouncing them a little slower, docs, doc cycling. Yeah. There you're gonna love it. Also may need oxygen. And let me see how we're doing here the World Health Organization. The current health rate from Taif is is about one in every five million people per year, but in town, Los Angeles, it's one in three people get which is a little higher than the average the middle ages in fourteen eighteen or fourteen eighty nine during the Spanish siege of let's see of Grenada. These accounts include descriptions of fever, red spots and during the siege. The Spaniards lost three thousand men and two typhus three thousand men to the enemy seventeen thousand two typhus. So we gotta get rid of the filth in downtown LA because that's where it's sitting and you've got to be very very dirty for a long time to get this. But that's where it is. So. If you if you're interested in it. Downtown LA is the move live on KFI. They got the guy that rant and the cops and still mar bender. What's going on.

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Los Angeles, Typhus and Bill Handel discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles, Typhus and Bill Handel discussed on John and Ken

"Coast termite. Los Angeles has stepped up its trash cleanup in response to a skid row. Typhus outbreak. NBC four investigative reporter Joel Grover told KFI's Bill Handel a pile of neglected trash in the area was ignored for months, except by rats, which can carry typhus CD, let garbage pile up for months in certain areas. And we've been documenting it over the months, his call and say, please pick up this rat infested trash the city of Los Angeles. Never comes the mayor has. Set aside an extra three hundred thousand dollars for cleaning the so-called typhus zone. Some business

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Including we're going to tell you how you win a thousand dollars a little bit later in the show. We're going to get into tech talk. Mark Saltzman is gonna join us to talk about the new pixel phones from Google and how in the world can we continue to cram so much camera technology into what used to be just a phone. We'll talk about that. Unless all right, Elliot. Eighty four year old man, just not where. You get a camera phone Mary. Well, we have done three days now of following the latest from typhus zone in Los Angeles. Because it is ridiculous that we have typhus down. We are not at third world country. But apparently, we are Joel Grover investigative reporter extraordinaire from NBC four L A joins us. Now, he has also been on the typhus beat and brings us the latest, Shannon. I never thought I would be on the typhus shown never thought that would be part of my job description. I think you're so right. Whoever thought we would have something called the typhus shown in the nation's second. Biggest city. Yeah. I mean, we've got typhus San Francisco has the fecal zone. So we're doing our I think our typhus known could be nicknamed the Seco zone. So tell me more. Well, this is something that I think. Privately. City officials. Tell me should have been prevented. There is as we know an outbreak of a disease called typhus in the downtown area. There's also been concurrently epidemic. Seven in other parts of LA county, like Pasadena, we do know that in downtown LA a lot of this is being tied to the trash and the filth and the wraps that have taken over downtown LA. You know, I think only because this has gotten out in the news, and we have questioned mayor Garcetti about it. City is trying to do something better late than never but it is a little bit late. The city has led thousands of rats have downtown rat fleas on rats spread typhus this disease. And they let garbage pile up not just in skid row, but in other areas of Dan tan where people live and work. And you know, a lot of people tell me this. This outbreak of typhus is going to get worse. Not better. Well, we did the numbers. I think it was last week. We said that there are usually about two hundred cases of typhus every year in the United States and already we have nine just in the city of Los Angeles. So that was a ridiculous number then back night. Yeah. That's just nine in a small cluster of downtown. Right. I mean, that's ridiculous. So where does this fall in terms of responsibility for cleaning up these areas is it department of sanitation? Or now that it's become a health issue is at department of health. I think it's both, but the burden certainly the responsibility certainly falls on the city of LA. I mean when was the last time you guys drove through downtown or parts of we call it skid row, and there are thousands of people living on the streets there but skid row is also I call it a skit grid because it has exploded. Just in the past five or six years. It just seems like it's gotten exponentially bigger each year. Right. And what we used to call skid row in an area. Where people never went unless you were homeless is now businesses right loft apartments expensive apartments. This again, this is the city's responsibility in the reports have been less days. We have shown parts of this part of LA that there where the city has let mountains of garbage pile act. They get complained Sunday three one one line, and they don't respond, and you know, there there are so many rodents. So right heard I heard you saw an unfortunate situation yesterday. With one other rodents that was passed. Wait, which one I can't keep track of all the roads. Every time. I go to downtown yesterday. The city invited me out the city's response to the type of theory is that they are now going to typist outbreak is air going now do regular cleaning of streets cleaning away, the trash sanitizing streets. Get a bigger area where typhus cases have been pinpointed. So they invited me out yesterday morning. Once you see how our cruiser sanitizing the streets and on this one mock right after they had sanitize the streets. I looked down and Jose smashed dead rats. They said ou missed that. And then I walked over to talk to a homeless man who the second they clean the streets. He brought his tent and his stuff back. And I said, what do you think the street claiming they're doing any goes look down by your feet? He goes there's policies they missed it. So you know, how much they're really going to be able to clean the streets. I mean, let's face it. There is a much bigger problem going on. Well, I'm sure. I'm sure mayor Garcetti is on top of this. Right. It's like number one priority for him. Yes. I hope you guys questioning him about this. I mean, this is a Kotla all due respect. This is a very complicated problem when you have tens of thousands of people living on the streets. You know, the mayor often says publicly, and he said to me this is a question of housing, and we're building more housing. We've finally gotten the money, and I've said to him is it really just about building more housing. You have a huge population on the streets. Now that is drug addicted and mentally ill. And isn't this about finding a way to get the necessary services? So maybe some of these people can be off the streets. It's a puck. It's apocalyptic as you. Well know, what is going on the streets of L A? And by the way, it's not just downtown. It's other parts of the city. It's Hollywood it's west LA. It's the valley. You know, I grew up here at lived most of my long life in LA. And I've seen it change. It was not like this years ago where you saw encampments under every, you know, freeway bridge, and you see him in the valley. And you know, I went into a doctor's office in century city. And there are homeless people camped outside. It's everywhere. Have you heard about the rat house? And whereas that van is by did I get Lauren cover that. Here's another thing. This city and the county admittedly needs to do something about the rat population that is exploding in LA, and as we all know rats carry diseases. They poop on stuff, they leave a trail of disease that way, and we now know from the typhus outbreak Ted it's transmitted through fleas that, you know, hitch a ride on rats on stray cats. Fleas, and I see all these people walking their dogs through downtown LA these young professionals and their risk because you know, the fleas can get on their pets. Please infected with typhus. So it's a big problem. I could I could go on. And I know I'm already depressed now. Thanks. I think our city leaders have some tough problems. They got to face up to them. Joel they need to go to Mississippi and campaign for other people and start their presidential mayor on Twitter. We we we wanted to do a long interview with him Friday afternoon about typhus outbreak and here everything the city's doing and one of his aides said, you know, we we tracked him down at a ribbon cutting we track. Dan. And we said we want some time with the mayor. This is an outbreak. And he said a young age said late for a flight at LAX. Can you keep it to one question? And I said, no, I cannot keep it to win questions for you. There's a disease outbreak in our city type if we're like going back to the middle ages. I got a lot of questions, Joel. Thank you. We appreciate your time. Always great to be with you both. Thank you. Sure, you check out Joel story NBC, Los Angeles dot com. We'll throw link-up as well. At the bottom of this hour. We're going to be talking with yet. Another NBC four reporter, our friend, Eric Leonard talking about the latest on that Malibu beach park arrest actually of a guy and potential connection. We don't know yet. But a potential connection to the murder of that man in his tent coming up next Arnold Schwarzenegger, walks back, potentially some of his me two comments. We'll talk about that. And how about this your chance at.

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"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What did Josh Neumann? Call you. Jeff, jeff. Yeah. Gotta get that from called Tamayo. We heard from Karl Demayo earlier in the show that Josh Neumann got some sort of award from a union, right? I think it was the legislator of the year. Even though he's not a legislator anymore. News travels slow. They they slobber all over Josh Newman's knob. Because he was funneling money typhus ads the Long Beach now as we head over to the vagrant update the typhus outbreak in southern California has spread to a third city. It's already been picked up in Pasadena in downtown Los Angeles. There were twelve cases a Long Beach twenty in Pasadena and fifty nine in the county overall a nine cases in downtown LA. Now typhus not to be confused with typhoid. No. This is different. This is different. It's fleas fleas. And it doesn't bother the fleas, and it doesn't bother the animals like the rats possums and the cats, but if you get you it can make you ill, and the rats and the possums and cats show up because of all the food and garbage that the vagrants living, and so they rummage around the food, and they have fleas and they jump on the vagrants in the vagrants get typhus and next thing you'll get the typhus come fleas. Don't really attach to humans the way taste for. They like to burrow into the furrow of the animal the cats and the dogs. Yeah. I guess. So I mean, it's it's easy to do that without. Yeah. Yeah. No, it's not easy for the for the cats and dogs to flip the fleas away symptoms include fever chills. Headache rash? Vomiting and muscle pain. It's it's rarely fatal. But if it's untreated, it can get pretty nasty, right? So we're nice to know that another thing that has been brought to us by the vagrant outbreak. And the fact that there's so much trash everywhere. And now we're getting into diseases. You've never heard of I've never heard of typhus this came up the other day. You're asking me, are you? Sure, it's not the typhoid. I thought I thought it was tight which is worse. Even it is because that's communicable human to human, right? This is got to be rat to fleet, humid. Right, right. No. It's gets fleas jump on you. It says typhus if not treated with antibiotics can lead to hospitalization, and in very rare cases, it could it could kill you. So thank you. So so don't go near the vagrants. Don't give him food. Don't don't hand him any money because the fleas can jump on you, and then you'll get infected with the. Life is now is story that might be connected to the vagrant update. We reported months ago. What happened at this Malibu creek state park, which is between Malibu and Calabasas and an Orange County man lost his life. Thirty five year old tristen, Bo debt, father of two was sleeping in a tent at the park, and he was shot to death. Where of course, the story. Oh, here we go. And here's the update on what I'm going to talk about because over the weekend. Apparently, they had conducted an intense. Search looking for a man that they described as an armed burglar. They want him for questioning in the murder of tristen Bo debt, and you know, when this story broke months ago. What was one of John kobylt guesses that it might be a transient? Yeah. And the guy there's there's a lot of them living in the park. Well, the guy they're looking for they think is a transient that likes to burglarize places. They believe he's burglarized Calabasas community center and other places in the area. And the breaking news this afternoon is that they have arrested a person they believe is the guy they're looking for an armed burglar that they also want to question about the murder of tristen blow debt that is the breaking news this afternoon. Apparently, this just came across to us from NBC A, and Eric Leonard. Apparently, they have arrested him then they want to question him about his connection. Not just the burglaries. But possibly to the shooting death of Tristan Boda, but I didn't read in that case. And maybe I'm wrong that he stolen from that tent after he shot trista. I don't remember anything being stolen. It's good to see Eric's working, though, they have surveillance video showing a man wearing what deputies called tactical gear and carrying a rifle and he stole food in one of the break ins, which tells me that could be a transient stealing food will the killing is is rock to break a glass door the killing is so crazy it it's random and and so deadly and they're not they're not taking stuff. Like, there's no reason for this kind of thing that some nutty person would do or some serial killer psycho, right? It says here on Saturday a maintenance worker at one of the parks. They're just south of Malibu creek state park in countered a person who matched the description heard about it, though, the armed commercial burglar and said the man asked a park worker for a ride out of the canyon because you know, what there's too many police around here, which tells you he probably is a suspect. And if you need to ride he probably is a transient, so we'll find out hopefully, if this is the killer of tristen Baudat, they have caught him. But we don't know that yet, and we'll have to see if we can find out more now one of the more unusually should have given the guy ride and driven to a police station. Yeah. You might have ended up day wasn't sure he said he matched the description of the suspect you have to be sure somebody else's job to be sure. Absolutely God, everybody's afraid to judge. Now, are we they are. Yeah. Judge time. So hopefully, if this is the guy they can find out a lot more now that they've detained him in the story. Something else that we want to talk about that's going on this weekend. And I can't find it here in front of you. What did I do with this apparently is homeless night down in San Diego? Did you hear about this John? You know, I wasn't invited. For some reason you're invited to join. And apparently this has been going on for years they allow people to come and experience homelessness for one night down in San Diego. They have a way to give you the typhus. They. Or were they got hepatitis down? There didn't they? So anyway, go on explain what it is. I don't have it. What was it? Thousand people each year night. Right. A thousand people it's to raise awareness among youth about homelessness and how people can help. Now are these people allowed to defecate and urinate in the outdoors associated with the with the homeless night seat in the story there. Let me see the rules associated with if you wanna be a part of the homeless night you have to abide by the rules. Well, you get you get to choose from Kat a cardboard or plastic sheet and. They'll provide you dinner. Now, you see if you're going to be real homeless. You gotta you gotta forage for the dinner out of a dumpster. Oh, and they're going to give you a participatory t shirt. You can bring sleeping bags and pillows. Water sweatshirt. Hats earplugs smacks. Oh, but no coolers are alcohol. No drugs or weapons. Well, wait a sec. It's just a. Alcohol drugs and weapons, no air mattresses or tents. No pets or what they're what they're saying. Here. We want you to experience homelessness, except you can't have any of the possessions that real homeless people have you can bring all the comfortable stuff. But you can't bring the booze and the drugs that they're on. What is the point the way I read it? It's just like a night of camping out. You can't have to make a different, but it's not really any different the San Diego rescue mission. Yeah. You. Been doing this is really stupid symbolic nonsense. This means you're not gone. There's an there's an inexhaustible appetite for stupid symbolic nonsense among left-wing goody goods. Everything is symbolic everything is some kind of theater ceremony. To raise awareness that phrase is banned. I'm telling you, Dan. Find anybody using the phrase raised awareness. Yeah. There could be terrible consequences for you. We're trying to raise awareness to vote. Yes. On prop six. No. We're not raising awareness. We are giving orders you vote propsects. I we got more coming up. John and Ken KFI..

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LA Ignores Piles of Trash and Rats That Could Be Causing Typhus Outbreak

Glenn Beck

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

LA Ignores Piles of Trash and Rats That Could Be Causing Typhus Outbreak

"And you rats can be a carrier of the typhus virus rats were being investigated by LA county. Health inspectors, a dozens have been seen scurrying all over the sidewalk utility lines on a rooftop near the home property owner says it's a drainage wash that's to blame. The inspector hasn't yet. Looked inside the home typhus LA county is concerned. Because of this outbreak and can because volume selected license, please. Which then right on the backs of the rats that women talking about one of the supervisors, Catherine Barker says Kelly health workers need to work with their peers in Pasadena and Long Beach. They also have a problem. Those cities have independent health agencies. Order also wants more outreach to at risk individuals. And she says she'll take the issue to the board next week type is, you know, looking at up because it's such an old disease dates.

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Pasadena and Typhus discussed on NBC 4 News at 6

NBC 4 News at 6

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Pasadena and Typhus discussed on NBC 4 News at 6

"Pasadena officials say they have an epidemic in their city. They typically see one to five cases every year. But so far Pasadena has had about twenty people with the disease people can get typhus after being bitten by infected fleas. Doctors say it can cause serious complications and even death there reminding everyone to prevent fleas in and around your home

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"typhus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And they don't know if the ankle going past the bum with the Laos or the. The Laos on the bum. They don't know the lice the lice do not know whether you're a progressive or whether you support Trump all they know is they see a nice hot foot going by. And if they should leap onto your ankle. And you should be bitten by that fleet. That has jumped off an infected individual U2. are likely to become infected now the liars in the health industry, saying typhus cannot be transmitted between humans. Well, that's true in one way. But typhus transfers when fleas are infected with bacteria known as rickets typhi or catchy fellas and humans can get the disease from a flea bite, or by rubbing infected flea feces into sores or cuts in the skin. You would know it's flea feces. A flea bites you than a flea relieves himself on your foot, and you get an issue and you rub yourself and your rubbing the bacteria into your your circulation now Wednesday on this national program. Savage nation. I wanted about the health threat the homeless populations in America post to our cities. And I'm warning you sheep all over and over. Again, you have created this Frankenstein's monster. I have told you I walked down the streets of San Francisco, and I've seen bums picking off their rotting clothing and throwing them in the street. Of course, I walked to the other side of the street. I also want you just the other day what diseases are lurking the streets of San Francisco. You have the license. You have human feces, you have the rats. That's totally perfect incubator for a major epidemic and once this epidemic brains breaks out who you're going to blame. You're going to blame us those of us who said round them up and give them a treatment that they so desperately need or you're going to blame yourself at being oh, so tolerant now, I fear that this is going to get much worse. I fear typhus may only be the beginning. And I asked could we witness it emergence of the plague in our lifetime in the civilized west. And I say it is possible. And I also say we must stop these outbreaks and end this invasion. To protect us in the homeless from themselves, and I say reopen the mental hospitals across America and build new ones and in turn them against their will, this is the Savage Nation..

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Health officials warn of typhus outbreak in downtown L.A.

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Health officials warn of typhus outbreak in downtown L.A.

"Los Angeles. Downtown LA is experiencing. An outbreak of flea borne typhus the county department of public health announced today that although typhus normally occurs throughout LA county. They are observing cases in the downtown LA area. Los Angeles County health officer Monto Davis said we encourage pet owners to practice safe flea control and encourage all cities in the county to ensure maintenance of their trash cleanup and rodent control activities. Flea-born

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Texas high court rules state must reveal supplier of execution drugs

KNX Programming

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Texas high court rules state must reveal supplier of execution drugs

"The parking lot the use of force investigation underway by the da's office in torrance craig fichtner knx ten seventy newsradio an uber ride in denver early this morning ended with a fatal shooting of the passenger now the driver's been arrested on suspicion of first degree murder cbs news correspondent eureka dunkin has a story just after two forty five friday morning denver police responded to a a shooting i believe our caller police say the uber driver twenty nine year old michael hancock shot his passenger numerous times according to police a detective located ten spent forty caliber cartridges the victim was lying in the floorboard of the front passenger seat police say it appears hancock got into a dispute with his passenger who is now been identified as forty five year old he young kim in a statement hoover tells cbs news we are deeply troubled by the events in denver today our thoughts are with the families of those involved texas officials have been ordered to say more about the drugs they use in executions supreme court says the state must reveal the source of the drugs that uses to kill people rejecting an argument that information could put the supplier endangering slow the pace of lethal injections taxes and other states have been keeping information on drug supplier secret which has led to lawsuits on behalf of death row inmates their lawyers argue the prisoners could be subject to unconstitutional suffering because of faulty drugs from questionable suppliers texas officials plan to file a motion for a rehearing of the court's decision sam litzinger cbs news health officials say a lake tahoe man is dead after contracting an infection carried by rodents authorities say the man had hantavirus which was likely brought to his house by rats or mice the onus is frequently spread through rodent's droppings saliva and urine the plaster county health officials say hantavirus in elections are rare and can be prevented by disinfecting areas where the animals hide a san diego woman has contracted a rare potentially deadly form of typhus that disease is most often spread by fleas that feed on infected rodents the fleas enter homes on cats and dogs the woman was hospitalized in may and has since fully recovered health officials are reminding pet owners who let their animals outside protect the pets and themselves from fleas we are gonna look in universal city there's a problem northbound one zero one a car is blocking lanes we're going to get details on that from check row when he takes a look at your traffic coming up in about a matassa drink is the perfect way to escape if your.

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Typhoid fever case reported at Quincy, MA daycare center

The Dr. Dahlia Show

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Typhoid fever case reported at Quincy, MA daycare center

"Zero cd is so massachusetts daycare a daycare center north quincy massachusetts had to be closed the last couple of days because the child can out with a case of typhoid fever now identified but he had traveled recently sorry had not traveled recently and had not been believed will contract the illness at the daycare we'll talk about typhoid fever it's a salmonella bacteria but the massachusetts part of public health is working with bright horizons and the quincy public health department to help prevent the spread of the z so meanwhile teachers and other children attended the daycare are being tested children ages six weeks to five years here's all the tech center and typhoid could cost high fevers weakness stomach pain headache loss appetite and you usually get typhoid from contaminated food and water and it could be serious so especially when you have little kids now those travel to asia africa latin america are considered to be most at risk we have a lot of scoop on it here in the time that we have but it's caused by the salmonella in america serious types hi fi bacteria so there's also salmonella paradisea and the salmonella now there's a whole variety different salmonella this is not the same salmonella that we're concerned about what the aig salmonella outbreak apparently we've heard more issues with the aiglon trying to now i guess twelve more illnesses have been reported and it's it's a outbreak affecting now nine different states but there's a salmonella typhi and it's been really decreased markedly since the early nineteen hundreds back then tens of thousands of cases and now.

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"typhus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"typhus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Special mass on february eleventh nineteen forty five during wet are just before which the dean addressed the priests and said that there was permission granted for the priests to go and minister in the typhus isolation blocks and he wanted each priest consider that whether they wanted to offer themselves for that and this was a really really difficult decision because even if you think of it in terms of which is the which is the greater sacrificed to minister and these typhus isolation blacks with a pretty high likelihood that you would contract typhus or to try and rebuild the church after the second world war and this was going to be a tremendous task both physically in terms of the the infrastructure but more crucially in terms of the spiritual life of the church after coming through this this horrific period but there were many priests who actually offered themselves to go and minister in the typhus blocks and there was a selection process and i don't know the details of that process but eighteen priests were chosen to go minister in the typhus block and of those eighteen they all contracted typhus in only two survived so we have a number of of kind of martyrs from that those who went on you know there were diocese in the there were parts of poland that had been forcibly incorporated into the reich after the invasion and in some of those polish diocese they had lost more than half their clergy they had either been some really executed at the time of the invasion the isonzo group and i had engaged in this kind of purge of the intelligencia or they had been sent to concentration camps where they subsequently died so the task is is a very difficult one and there's also the the kind of coming to terms and trying to address the fact that the torture that they endured the genocide that had been committed was something that had been perpetrated by the baptized and so how do you try and kind of restart the spiritual life of europe after that how did all these experiences in the concentration camp affect the priests after they left the concentration camp how did that shape their ministry to people outside in the outside world.

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