To NSCEO, well you really are showing your true colours!
Are you the product of an incestuous relationship or something?
If you were walking down the street and someone yelled to you that your
ass was on fire, You would scream abuse and demand proof!
Let us consider an interesting situation for a moment,
Approximately one month ago a shipment of "birds" was received in
Australia which had been sent from Canada.
Some of these birds were found to have disease problems and destroyed,
at least one other was determined to contain H5N1 antibodies, so the
consignment was returned to Canada with a reprimand. No more similar
consignments will be allowed entry.
So give that some thought, location, problem and circumstances,
remembering that this was just an isolated case, a one-off test
detecting a potential problem, it would be interesting to have carried
out some further tests in Canada.
Now let us consider meat chicken farming, we have a type of bird that
is as much as two and a half times the size and weight of a normal bird
at eight weeks.
These meat birds are raised in controlled circumstances, their food
(supposedly) contains non-human type antibiotics.
An examination of tissue shows presence of antibiotic resistant bugs,
this problem is also apparent in the housing for these animals. There
is also presence of other human illness causing bugs in the flesh after
the animals are prepared for distribution.
Any careless food preparation or poor cooking routines are potentially
Once again I am giving no proof, but you are silly enough not to
understand the implications here or that beneficial routines do not
need proof, in any case a great deal of proofs are in fact conjured
A desperate person seeks and will try anything, in a great many cases
the more ridiculous things provide the best relief. I felt deep
sympathy for you when I learned of your problem and offered a small
idea which has benefitted many, this was even ridiculed without the
donkeys understanding what it was about.
Eighteen months ago a small inter-island ship was sailing in the
Islands to the East of Suva, Fiji.
This ship was an old "cheapy" purchased from some European
organisation, it was approximatly 90 feet in length, diesel driven with
the cabins and associated infrastructure at the rear, the hold was fwd
as is common with a lot of these inter-island vessels. These ships
travel from island to island picking up copra and other materials and
supplying drums of fuel and general cargo including odd vehicles.
The crews that operate them are incredibly efficient. Passengers can
travel as "deck passengers" that is virtually camping on the deck and
hoping it won't rain, or "saloon passengers" that is able to travel
with an undercover element. (like seats in a larger common cabin) But
the heat usually means that saloon passengers spend most of their time
There is normally no normal passenger cabin availability.
Some food is available by arrangement, this might be curry and rice
kinds of things, most people carry their own food wrapped in banana
leaves kind of thing, or catch fish from time to time.
Inter-island travel routine is dependent on weather, tides, loading and
unloading times, difficulty getting cargo ashore or aboard, and
mumerous other factors, peripheral reefs sometimes mean lightering with
small boats. This means that a two hundred kilometer trip would
normally be a circuitous experience with no predictable time schedule.
A week or so would be an expected ETA!
So we have a balmy tropican night, not much moon but the star-light
allows good visibility, the ship sailing at probably ten knots, the
captain in his cabin at the rear of the wheelhouse with the experienced
crew controlling the ship.
The "money man" (he collects cash and keeps cargo manifest information)
does a quick walk-around the fwd deck, something is very odd, the ship
seems low in the water, he checks the hold and notices it is
substantially filled with water, he runs quickly to the captains cabin.
A monstrous woman also sees the water and rapidly follows. The
"moneyman" reaches the the captains cabin and yells "Captain there is
water in the hold"!, at about the same time the monstrous woman reaches
the cabin and begins screaming at the captain about her cargo which is
getting wet, she is so busy screaming abuse that she does not realise
what is happening, and there is no way she is going to let the captain
out of the cabin until she has her say!
The "moneyman" turns leaves the upper deck and steps off the normal
deck straight into the water, the front of the ship has already
disappeared, the momentum of the ship still driving what was left above
water forward. The ship lasted a further short period before
disappearing. Total time to sink must have been approximately two
The survivors found floating debris and tried to keep afloat. No SOS
message had been sent.
Things were pretty grim, under normal circumstances they might stay
afloat for ten hours or so, land was too far off to swim, so the sharks
would probably come,it really was curtains for them.
Sometime mid-morning a miracle happened when another ship appeared
bearing down on them, so they were rescued.
Under normal circumstances another vessel may not have been in that
area for weeks, and to have passed and seen the survivors was a miracle
in itself, so the rescue was incredibly lucky.
There is a moral to this factual event, "stupid, screaming, abusive,
women that have lost sight of the larger picture and are full of
themselves are dangerous.
Anyone wishing to have an experience of a lifetime, in pristine air and
re-adjust to reality with minimal charge might consider passage on one
of these ships. You won't get shot at or bombed, but expect basic kind
of conditions. (take your own toilet paper) When the ship is loading at
various places you can snorkel on the most immaculate reefs, but do be
careful and don't get hurt! (there may be no assistance)
Many places are island plantations and people are not welcome to land
off these ships. There are reasons for this. You will also learn that
time has no meaning and meet some of the most incredible people
You might even get to see Raymond Burr's Island from a distance.
Nightime is amazing in these places, you will witness irridescence in
the water, brightly glowing fish, other wonderful natural things, but
do beware of snarly women!
Have a Good hay NSCEO.