Followup on flesh eating bacteria and the related danger on south Florida beaches...

Yesterday we addressed the sudden emergence of the "newsyness" topic of flesh-eating bacteria into the corporate-owned mainstream media bullshitoramacasts as the bright shiny object du jour to distract Americans from seeing the real 800 trillion ton gorilla in the greenhouse.

And as promised in that earlier post (link below), we hereby followup with a warning for south Florida beachgoers, replete with pictures as graphic evidence of a danger related to the spread of the flesh-eating bacteria problem.

The pictures below of sharp skin-breaking objects were all (except one) snapped within minutes of each other along a 100 yard stretch of sand on Hollywood's (Florida) north beach. Granted, finding that many sharp objects in that span was unusual, but it points out the increasing plethora of unnatural sharp objects on the beach, especially light weight plastic items that tend to float or move with ocean currents.

To which we add for emphasis, that there are plenty of natural sharp skin-piercing objects to be found upon any beach, mostly in the form of broken sea shells. And if the pictured objects don't look terribly dangerous, this one-time sampling does not include the worst ever sharp objects, such as the jagged broken bottoms of bottles and jars and coffee cups with the broken shards pointing upwards (we have seen so many of these over the years, we sometimes wonder if some sicko doesn't plant these dangerous objects)...

The point is, for anyone that walks, jogs, or runs on the beach, breaking the skin on any sharp object is dangerous just from the perspective that the water and the sands are loaded with bacteria, but keep in mind some of it could well be flesh-eating bacteria...




The above mass does have a hook in it, and while that type of hook may not easily break the skin, we often find the multi-pronged hooks that have three barbs headed in three directions...



The above syringe was the one object we had found previously, and tho this medical needle was capped, we have found many that are not, yet still contained the fluid. Parents of inquisitive children, be wary...



The above gunk-encrusted object was an earring, of which there are many in the beach sand. A point on all these sharp objects for parents is that you should check any nearby area where children might be cavorting about; even if some objects might be less dangerous to be stepped upon, curious children tend to spot and investigate detritus such as the bright shiny object in the fishing hook debris...

The date the above pix were taken can be confirmed by doing a right click and selecting "view image info"...and if you want a close up zoom in, just left click on any of the pix...

By the way, an astute site visitor pointed out that our prior post mentioned the case of brain-eating bacteria in Florida, but it is actually a brain-eating water-borne amoeba that enters through the nose or ears. If interested in info on that yet-another-reason-to-stay-out-of-the-water, click on this link to "Florida's Prolific Brain-Eating Amoeba nearly always result in the death of the victim" (AND the tourism-controlled media ignoring such dangers).

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