Man eaten by mice

May 01 – A resident at an Australian home for the elderly is injured by mice who gnawed his head, ears and throat as he slept. Paul Chapman reports.
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22 Replies to “Man eaten by mice”

  1. Well it is a kind of embarrassing thing to happen. I mean you have an infestation of mice, that’s sick. Send government agents to clean up this issue. When it gets so bad that people are getting attacked by MICE…that’s not right.

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  3. Really? They do? Is that why seniors have to leave the country to get affordable medicine? Where do you in, a cave??! I can’t believe you’re still willing to support privatized S.S., especially with the tanking of the market. Private enterprise is not perfect, and full of risks. There should be no risk involved with social safety nets. What does “believing in the constitution” have to with any of this? That’s a blanket statement anyways.

  4. Pssst the USA has a prescription plan for seniors. Just saying. I believe that I should be able to invest my money as I see fit. I believe in the Constitution of the USA. The Government has no business being in the business of my retirement.

  5. teach an elderly person on a fixed income to buy their prescription drugs from the U.S. and medicate them for a day. teach them to buy their prescription medication from canada and medicate them for a lifetime. i’m guessing you believe in privatized social security too.

  6. crokker u CAN DO THIS. THE WORLD IS UR OYSTER. SEARCH AND YE SHALL FIND. Give a man a fish and he eats today. Teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime.

  7. “Again, you’re just voicing your opinion.” No I am voicing a well documented historical fact. See Soviet Union to start. Please try and use a modicum of effort and read a little. You won’t regret it. There’s a whole world out there waiting for you. Oh and BTW don’t be embarrassed.

  8. Again, you’re just voicing your opinion. Even the “fact” that you state is an opinion. Give it a rest bro, you don’t know what you’re talking about. It’s embarrassing.

  9. seriously bro, read up more on private vs. public road debate. you need to. not everything that is “socialized” (seriously bro, at least learn how to use that word in the proper context) is bad. in the case of private roads, the public lose ENORMOUS amounts of revenue in search for a quick fix solution. there is a place for private industry, and it is NOT in the dispensing of public services. private corps answer to shareholders, not the needs of the public.

  10. I don’t know where you are, but in the U.S. private forests and roads are much nicer, cleaner, and well maintained than government owned land or wilderness. And as such people are perfectly willing to pay a dollar to see/use them. An owner of a forest wants to maintain it and take precautions to protect it from being destroyed. Wild forests and public lands around the world are burned, cut down, etc by farmers and logging corporations because there is no one with a stake in the land.

  11. I am replying to grokker’s political statement. Anyways, if you own something you have an incentive to take precautions to protect it from getting destroyed, regardless of who tries to steal or destroy it. Someone destroying public and private property alike is aside from the argument, basically the one who owns that private property would have more of an incentive to build a fence, or hire an attendant, or whatnot if it is valuable enough and there is real danger.

  12. Haha, if that is a definition of Economics 101, then you surely didn’t go to college, let alone take a high school course in Econ. Seriously, read about a subject before you decide to inject your opinion all over the internet. Christ people watch a Ron Paul youtube video and then all of a sudden they’re like “HUR DURRRRR derrr, government is bad hurrr”/

  13. Sounds like you don’t know too many drunk kids. They destroy public property and private property alike, and I can’t think of anyone who would argue that they don’t, unless they – like you – were trying to push a political agenda.

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