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Life's heartbreaking dilemmas

PostPosted: 18th November 2017, 05:01
by at a loss
Dear Zambia,

I was at the verge of starvation when I bought me a loko banzi and a fanta. For a split second my mind wandered idly as I daydreamed about how in the next few moments I was going to murder that loko banzi without mercy and with vigor. and how I'm then going to chase it down with a crispy cold refreshing fanta.

Then it happened. I snapped out of my brief daze just in time to see a green housefly wiggling his bum all over my loko banzi. of course I had no choice but to throw that loko banzi away.

Lesson learned. when you are starving and have managed to secure a loko banzi, for goodness' sake guard it with your life

Re: Life's heartbreaking dilemmas

PostPosted: 25th November 2017, 02:05
by Confirmation
Scientists have discovered that flies carry more diseases than suspected.
The house fly and the blowfly together harbour more than 600 different bacteria, according to a DNA analysis.
Many are linked with human infections, including stomach bugs, blood poisoning and pneumonia.
Flies can spread bacteria from place-to-place on their legs, feet and wings, experiments show. In fact, every step taken by a fly can transfer live bacteria, researchers said.
''People had some notion that there were pathogens that were carried by flies but had no idea of the extent to which this is true and the extent to which they are transferred," Prof Donald Bryant of Penn State University, a co-researcher on the study, told BBC News.