About Bathing

Posted by on April 5, 2020 6:03 am
Categories: Hot Takes

Why is it that in all the countries of the world, as well as the homeless camps in LA and SF, where people don’t wash their hands and bathe regularly (contrary to med protocols) are also where the fewest cases of WuhanFlu are found? Is there any connection at all?

Just look at the African death tolls, where China plays a big part in their economies. At the bottom of the list. And Russians, which you probably didn’t know, almost never bathe, preferring stinky toilet water instead.

It seems the high death tolls in New York, almost all coming from New York City and surrounding counties, are from hospital reports beginning after the $2 trillion rescue package was passed, promising those states and agencies immediate compensation. And we know how that works in New York. But remarkably, witness this chart of weekly pneumonia deaths at the same of the rise of the corona virus…

….local medical front-liners didn’t dream this scheme up.

Just a thought.

One response to About Bathing

  1. nessa May 2nd, 2020 at 8:57 pm

    I’ve searched everywhere for the clip from “A Cross of Iron” but to no avail. It’s early in the movie, during the character introductions. They’re underground in their living quarters, someone in Stiener’s squad makes a sarcastic comment to another squad member, something about his needing a bath. The funky guy goes off on a rant about sweat and dirt going a water-proof protective barrier on a soldiers body. He claims to have been grooming his own barrier for two years. It’s a classic in American cinema and an outstanding example of the infantry mindset. Ol’ Rancid Crabtree swore by the same method.

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