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Viral Video Shows Wendy's Employee Bathing in Restaurant Kitchen Sink 

 

A Florida man's viral "prank" has cost him his job.

Earlier this week, a Facebook user shared a video of an unidentified young man taking a bath in a Wendy's kitchen. The clip shows the individual stripping down to his shorts, and hopping into the sud-filled sink as uniformed employees watch and egg him on.

"Go, go, go, go, oh shit," the person behind the camera is heard saying. "Take a bath. Take a bath. Get in there [...] Wash your armpits."

Viral Video Shows Wendy's Employee Bathing

Cockroach infestation closes PS spot

Steakhouse employee’s ‘bodily fluids’ contaminated food

Tags: Chemicals, Choices, Clean, Employment, Environment, Food, Health, Neglect, Poison, Responsibility, Restaurant, Safety, Sex, Shutdown, Social Media, Termination, Weird, Youth

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05-May-2024


RATS HAVE ALREADY WON 

 

What we do know is that recorded rat sightings in New York are at an all-time high. In December, Mayor Eric Adams posted, with great fanfare, a job announcement: The city was looking for a “highly motivated and somewhat bloodthirsty” candidate to take on the newly restored position of rat czar. (A brilliant idea, I thought; I had, after all, suggested that he take such action in an open letter.) Yet, three months later, the position still hasn’t been filled. A few weeks ago, the mayor himself had to pay a $300 fine for failing to control rats at a rowhouse he rents out to tenants.

RATS HAVE ALREADY WON

Rodent droppings found at restaurant

They Lost Their Jobs Because They Put Their Dog Down

Growing number of Mass. communities being overrun by pesky rodents

Rats found infected with virus that causes COVID

Rat soup shuts down popular restaurant

Is Birth Control the Solution?

Rat problem?

Infectious disease spread by rat urine seeps into NYC

Rat urine is causing uptick in rare disease

Tags: Accusation, Animals, Attack, Bacteria, Choices, City, Clean, Contagion, Contamination, Court, Culture, Danger, Death, Disease, Drugs, Environment, Family, Food, Health, Illness, Kill, Neglect, Outbreak, Performance, Pests, Politics, Restaurant, Safety, Self-defence, Shit, Shutdown, Support, Survival, Takeover, Termination, Terraforming, Threat, Toxic, Vermin, Warning

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19-Apr-2024


Medieval Diseases Are Infecting California’s Homeless 

 

Jennifer Millar keeps trash bags and hand sanitizer near her tent, and she regularly pours water mixed with hydrogen peroxide on the sidewalk nearby. Keeping herself and the patch of concrete she calls home clean is a top priority.

But this homeless encampment off a Hollywood freeway ramp is often littered with needles and trash and soaked in urine. Rats occasionally scamper through, and Millar fears the consequences.

Infectious diseases—some that ravaged populations in the Middle Ages—are resurging in California and around the country, and are hitting homeless populations especially hard.

Medieval Diseases Are Infecting

At least 10 diagnosed with mumps at Temple University

An Unvaccinated Boy Got Tetanus And It Cost Over $800,000 To Save His Life

One New York City student with measles sickened 21 people amid outbreak

It's not just measles: Tetanus, Mumps and other vaccine-preventable diseases are still in the US

Mumps, other outbreaks force U.S. detention centers to quarantine over 2,000 migrants

NJ town cuts down trees to deter homeless

NY Declares State of Emergency Over Polio Spread

Tags: Clean, Disease, Education, Environment, Health, Hellmouth, Homeless, Lifestyle, Nature, Parental Burden, Reckless, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Survival, Terraforming, Toxic, Vaccine, World, Youth

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09-Sep-2022


"I cheat on religious wife to have sex with couple" 

 

“It’s maybe an hour, hour and a half or so, we hang out, talk a little bit, she’ll walk out of the room, she’ll come back naked. And we’ll say, ‘okay, let’s all go to the bedroom’, and then we’ll just get naked and have fun,” he said.

As a construction expert, Timothy suggested that he is able to make the trip to the couple’s house under the guise of his business, leaving his wife none the wiser.

I cheat on religious wife to have sex with couple

‘He said I won’t need it since I don’t clean anymore’

Tags: Advice, Cheating, Clean, LGBTQ, Marriage, Misconduct, Privacy, Religion, Sex, Treatment, Weird

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27-Jun-2022


Did a Woman Open Fire at McDonald’s for Forgetting Bacon on Her Burgers? 

 

A Michigan woman was sentenced to three to seven years in prison after opening fire in 2014 at a McDonald’s restaurant where workers twice forgot to put bacon on her burgers during one visit.

Did a Woman Open Fire at McDonald’s for Forgetting Bacon on Her Burgers?

Wendy's Manager Pours Hot Oil Over Customer After Cold Food Complaint

Woman yells at Arby’s worker about root beer float proportions

Subway worker WALKING through food, putting food on bathroom floor and drinking out of bottles

‘No one gets paid enough for this shit’

Pregnant Long John Silver's Worker Kicked in Stomach

Crazed Florida woman hurls food through McDonald's drive-thru window

Huge female brawl erupts at seafood restaurant

Woman at McDonald's flips out

Angry McDonald's customer BLOCKADES the drive-through for two hours

Tags: Anxiety, Charged, Clean, Drive-Thru, Employment, Fast Food, Food, Guns, Hostility, Preference, Pregnancy, Restaurant, Safety, Service, Video, Violence, Weird, Women In Charge

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22-May-2022


NYC was voted one of the top three dirtiest cities in the world 

 

According to respondents, New York is one of the top three “dirtiest” cities in the world, coming in just behind Rome and Bangkok. (That’s right, that means it managed to claim the top spot stateside.) In fact, a majority of respondents (55 percent, to be exact) called it “dirty.”

NYC was voted one of the top three dirtiest

Ax-wielding man broke into North York home, stole jewelry and showered

...packed annual cow poo festival

Tags: Animals, Choices, City, Clean, Crime, Theft, World, World Record

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08-Nov-2021


Still Disinfecting Surfaces? It Might Not Be Worth It 

 

At the start of the pandemic, stores quickly sold out of disinfectant sprays and wipes. People were advised to wipe down their packages and the cans they bought at the grocery store.

But scientists have learned a lot this year about the coronavirus and how it's transmitted, and it turns out all that scrubbing and disinfecting might not be necessary.

If a person infected with the coronavirus sneezes, coughs or talks loudly, droplets containing particles of the virus can travel through the air and eventually land on nearby surfaces. But the risk of getting infected from touching a surface contaminated by the virus is low, says Emanuel Goldman, a microbiologist at Rutgers University.

In retrospect, Marr says that was "overkill." Today, she says, "all the evidence points toward breathing in the virus from the air as being the most important route of transmission."

Scientists now know that the early surface studies were done in pristine lab conditions using much larger amounts of virus than would be found in a real-life scenario.

Even so, many of us continue to attack door handles, packages and groceries with disinfectant wipes, and workers across the U.S. spend hours disinfecting surfaces in public areas like airports, buildings and subways.

There's no scientific data to justify this, says Dr. Kevin Fennelly, a respiratory infection specialist with the National Institutes of Health.

Still Disinfecting Surfaces? It Might Not Be Worth It

Tags: Choices, Clean, Coronavirus, Environment, Overreaction, Science, Study

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29-Dec-2020


This Parasitic Worm Is Thriving in Nature, but May Affect Your Sushi Dinner 

 

For parasitic worms of the genus Anisakis, life typically goes like this: after floating through the ocean in an egg, they hatch as wriggling larvae with a peculiar desire—to be eaten. Small crustaceans like krill gobble up the larvae, and those infested krill are then eaten by squid or small fish, which are devoured by bigger fish until they finally earn their nickname, whale worms, and end up in the bellies of whales or dolphins where they complete their life cycle by laying eggs that are subsequently ejected in the hosts’ feces.

But sometimes, those big fish full of the worms—like salmon or herring—get intercepted by fishers and end up in markets. Although fish suppliers and sushi chefs diligently remove parasite-infected fish from their wares, occasionally one of those little buggers may wind up in your sushi roll.

Now, new research finds the global population of those parasitic worms, commonly found in sushi and other kinds of uncooked fish, has exploded in recent decades. The worms are 283-times more common than they were roughly 40 years ago, according to a new paper published in Global Change Biology.

Smithsonian Magazine

Tags: Clean, Environment, Fish, Food, Nature, Parasite, Safety, Survival, Terraforming, Warning

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03-Apr-2020


The Benefits of Having a Clean Home 

 

There are many benefits to having a clean home. Aside from being crucial for your overall health and wellness, there are a few other benefits to keeping your home clean. We know it can be hard to keep your house clean sometimes, that’s why you should consider hiring a cleaning service when you are unable to do the cleaning yourself. We want to make sure you know the benefits of keeping your home nice and clean.

Good Men Project

Tags: Air, Awareness, Choices, Clean, Dedication, Environment, Health, Saving The Environment!, Science

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02-Mar-2020


Opening Windows At Home Doesn't Help Much To Reduce Indoor Chemical Levels

 

Can the simple act of opening the windows at home really help flush out the built-up chemicals indoors? The researchers of a new study found that the effect of opening windows lasts for just a few minutes.

Chemicals At Home

Our homes have chemicals in the air, whether from hair sprays, cleaning products, cooking oil fumes or even scented candles. Often, when the home is feeling a little stuffy, homeowners open the windows with the idea of letting the “bad” air out and letting fresh air in but, does this simple trick really work?

IBT

Tags: Air, Chemicals, Clean, Environment, Health, Science, Study

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24-Feb-2020


A–Z: Does hand sanitizer kill flu and cold germs? 

 

Washing your hands with warm soap and water is one of the most effective ways to prevent illness, especially during cold and flu season. Hand sanitizer doesn't require water and can be an acceptable alternative when soap and water aren't available. But does hand sanitizer kill germs? "It does if it's alcohol-based," says Dr. Gregory Poland, director of the Mayo Clinic Vaccine Research Group.

Infectious Diseases

Tags: Clean, Contamination, Disease, Environment, Health, Nature, Science, Study

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06-Jan-2020


Skin infections from the gym can range from annoying to dangerous 

 

The gym is the ideal place to pick up toned abs, a healthy workout glow, and a ringworm infection. On the upside, you’ve got access to thousands of dollars-worth of high-tech gym equipment that just won’t fit in your hipster-container of a home. On the downside, you’re essentially exercising inside a petri dish of bacteria, fungi, and viruses looking for a sweaty-but-fabulous host to infect. That being said, there’s no need to let the microscopic bastards get you down. Armed with a little knowledge, some flip flops, and plenty of clean towels, there’s a lot you can do to prevent picking up the most common gym skin infections

Mic

Tags: Clean, Contagion, Disease, Environment, Gym, Health, Safety, Sports

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30-Jul-2019


How Often Should You Wash Your Dog? 

 

Most dogs don’t require bathing more than every two weeks, according to Mark D. Freeman, DVM, an Assistant Professor at VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine.”If they live in a clean environment, sometimes that number is even less,” Dr. Freeman says. That’s partly why the ASPCA thinks you can get away with bathing your dog as infrequently as once every three months. Dogs that spend time both indoors and outdoors, however, are more likely to need bathing every two weeks because they’re simply more likely to get dirty.

RD

Tags: Advice, Animals, Clean, Environment, Health, Pets, Responsibility, Safety

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18-Jul-2019


THIS GENIUS LEMON JUICE HACK WILL KEEP YOUR WHITE JEANS PRISTINE ALL SUMMER LONG 

 

White jeans are inarguably the chicest part of any casual summer look. During a time of the year where khakis run rampant and flip flops finally see the light of day, they’re one of the few warm-weather items that truly elevate your look. But as much as I love them, I find it so odd that the one time of year we’re allowed to wear white jeans is also the time of year when we’re our sweatiest and come in contact with the most dirt. How the heck are you supposed to keep white jeans bright white when you’re not really supposed to even wash your jeans?

To get the job done right, we’ll have to enlist the holy trinity of laundry: distilled water, vinegar, and baking soda.

“Baking and white vinegar are natural cleansers and distilled water is super important as, unlike tap water, it has no minerals and won’t leave behind mineral residue as it dries,” says Maeve Richmond, founder of home organizational company Maeve’s Method. “The baking soda and white vinegar are working together to create a powerful natural stain remover solution.”

Well and Good

Tags: Chemicals, Clean, Clothes, Environment, Instructional, Nature, Treatment

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14-Jun-2019


Burger King Apologizes After Employee Caught on Camera Using Floor Mop to Clean Tables at North Florida Restaurant 

 

A fast food restaurant is apologizing after an employee at a North Florida location was caught on camera using a floor mop to clean the top of tables.

The video, shot at a Burger King located in the Jacksonville area, shows the employee using the mop on the table before going back to using it on the floor.

NBC affiliate WBBH-TV reports the company released a statement apologizing for the actions of the employee, calling it “unacceptable” but did not say if that worker had been disciplined.

NBC Miami

Tags: Chemicals, Choices, Clean, Contamination, Employment, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Respect, Responsibility, Restaurant

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11-Jun-2019




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