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Food safety jerk and sesquipedalian mythomane ultracrepidarian, probably unshaven.

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Hey, @chickencouncil. We’ve gotta talk about this chart. (via http://t.co/VDeWiKxUmQ) http://t.co/Fkc7dsh92l
Retweeted by Michael BatzFDA, FSIS, and CDC to hold public meeting (DC, 2/24/15) on efforts to improve foodborne illness source attribution http://t.co/V38aOqV5SdYES! 2 things I love: The Commander thinks Aloud by @johnroderick on this week’s @SongExploder. http://t.co/SlmznGHUHn@bugcounter In more important news, listen to this week’s @SongExploder podcast.@bugcounter @frankyiannas actually that study is about home cooks not food handlers.@bugcounter @frankyiannas Heh. Was already writing the follow up tweet with the link. FPT. KSU folks. Sneed, Phebus, et al.Direct link to the study cited in @frankyiannas tweet (that I just retweeted): http://t.co/kFEP2pl8AFStudy: 90% of food handlers cross-contaminate ready-to-eat salad with tracer bacteria in raw meat & poultry. https://t.co/7xPnmcRPmR
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1/30
2015
Oooooh, TWO water features and a pretty sunset! #desertgolfing http://t.co/gJTLPZ5NTRA single food inspection agency: Will it make food safer? Will fewer people get sick? http://t.co/Rjd3J6NP4Y
Retweeted by Michael Batz@barfblog Excellent, thoughtful post!I guess this means there is more measles in the US than Ebola in Liberia.
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1/29
2015
Growing season, but not farming system, a food safety risk determinant for leafy greens in mid-Atlantic http://t.co/6bgqrXogcf
1/28
2015
Only read a couple pieces so far, but worth checking out: LIMN issue 5 on "Ebola's Ecologies" http://t.co/Hp2A7frcBZGuy at the Y tried to hand me a receipt for my towel rental. I mean, really? Can’t you just email it to me? Jeez.
1/27
2015
Diphtheria Excited About Possibility Of New Outbreak http://t.co/3riff9qima http://t.co/OIRrHqBDwo
Retweeted by Michael BatzSkyMall might be going to the big mall in the sky http://t.co/Zh7ThObLO0 http://t.co/JJNor13sUr
Retweeted by Michael BatzDesign Like You Give a Damn: The Legacy of Architecture for Humanity http://t.co/KCupoU8ARF #architecture
Retweeted by Michael BatzProfound thanks to Earth Policy Institute staff, friends & supporters for 14 years of world-changing work http://t.co/6sESwrB7T7
Retweeted by Michael BatzVery sad to see that @modfarm seems to be shutting down. Modern Farmer’s Future in Doubt - http://t.co/12BI5b574v http://t.co/JjlHomAqOd
Retweeted by Michael BatzGoodnight, @archforhumanity. Goodnight, @EarthPolicy. Goodnight, @ModFarm. Goodnight, nobody. Goodnight, mush.FDA-iRISK® named by EFSA as central part of toolbox for ranking microbial risks from foods; called “most appropriate” http://t.co/KH4yFIqunh
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1/23
2015
Focus focus focus http://t.co/vjhVWD3sGU
1/22
2015
@drsiant Always more questions than answers with Campy.@drsiant Yes, you're right of course. Good point!This is important. https://t.co/F900INMXc1 All the evidence of gender bias in science doesn’t help if people refuse to believe it exists.
Retweeted by Michael Batz@micheletjay Make sure to get her a coffee mug from the gift shop!@drsiant Yeah, the lack of SES linkage isn't news, really, but very helpful to see the lit explored systematically!@drsiant @smegbert_bob Some results counter-intuitive, poss. due to surveillance bias. Also n=12 only. PDF here: https://t.co/cJKR3yoKEZThe impact of socioeconomic status on foodborne illness in high-income countries: a systematic review http://t.co/z4J2pKMXNs
1/21
2015
Damn you, hole 1496 #desertgolfing http://t.co/SVe91yEyXUFANTASTIC example of misleading stats graphic (cherry-picked data, truncated axis) by @eportelance https://t.co/c1WAvpZzJG via @flowingdataThe bouncy, gently upbeat background music used in educational videos is the new muzak and it drives me to kill."Foodborne Illness: What Problem?" an 11 minute intro video for novice outbreak investigators https://t.co/jvKbuuWDRQ
1/16
2015
Sponges http://t.co/L76O8dFE24@stellarmouse I'm hardly a giant though, especially after dieting. More like a very loud garden gnome in loose overalls.@stellarmouse Oh hey, thanks! (Sorry for the delay, been largely away from Twitter the past couple of weeks)Analysis of produce-related foodborne outbreaks in the US and EU, 2004-2012 http://t.co/VIqg4T46IL
1/15
2015
Increased mortality rate for 2 years after sepsis; we should include this in disease burden estimates http://t.co/khiRjqjsw5
1/7
2015
@benjaminchapman @bugcounter Probably, but need to read. Good on them for putting it in a journal tho! (Delay brought to you by VACATION)
1/4
2014
This is the dedicated and advertised kids play area at the Detroit airport #pathetic http://t.co/KHUKs4eY1HThis morning's Awww Yisss courtesy of "Epidemiology of Human Plague in the United States, 1900–2012" http://t.co/TYhlmTXfzxGotta stop saying "Awww yissss" out loud when I come across interesting journal articles. http://t.co/bJaWeOOJIR
12/22
2014
FoodNet Canada: Using environmental health officers' opinions to inform the source attribution of enteric disease http://t.co/oLLt8rLFEV
12/18
2014
Survival of Salmonella enterica Typhimurium in Water Amended with Manure http://t.co/AOceGKEJmSHmmm. Don’t remember signing up. Maybe I was drunk? Or just high on life? http://t.co/CV0tS0zhua
12/16
2014
@bugcounter Nope. I had to bail on SRA this year.Speaking Friday at the Consumer Food Safety Education Conference even though Crystal City gives me hives. http://t.co/6Ofzc16vh5A practice-based approach to understanding foodborne disease that originates in the home http://t.co/V4tFZqWs07CDC: Link between polio-like illness and EV-D68 looks likely http://t.co/kVhIqdw0JL
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12/3
2014
Oh man, I love this map of the midwest and the Great Lakes. No borders, just a sea of gorgeous type. http://t.co/Z1coYotJ7B
12/2
2014
Snowpiercer has a lot of good things going for it. Making a lick of sense isn't one of them.Analysis of US Salmonella/beef outbreaks (1973-2011) points to emerging importance of ground beef http://t.co/JvQi2Z617j
12/1
2014
@bugcounter @benjaminchapman Yeah, uh, look, I have a system. It’s a very complicated system. You wouldn’t understand.@bugcounter @benjaminchapman Number one must be half and half.@bugcounter @benjaminchapman Oh you’re right, not in the app but via the web interface when you look at someone’s profile.@benjaminchapman @bugcounter Next time I hope Don reads off my top 5 foods from the app.@bugcounter @benjaminchapman Can’t wait for the next riveting installment of Mike’s Weight Loss & Activity Corner.
11/29
2014
Pictures and stories matter: A persuasive chart showing how persuasive charts are http://t.co/VRIT8cj90t
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11/25
2014
WHO should be commended for posting downloadable distrct-level Ebola data from sitreps AND patient databases https://t.co/0qc8zxSzZE
11/21
2014
Sad. Our zoo lost eight wallabies to toxoplasmosis. http://t.co/79qox25a8rAre physicians prepared to diagnose and treat Chagas disease in the US? http://t.co/xlussmNQQK @thebodyhorrors http://t.co/JDshmk97UN
Retweeted by Michael BatzOutbreaks Associated with Cantaloupe, Watermelon, and Honeydew in the United States, 1973–2011 http://t.co/Ecbv0LZy1i
11/20
2014
@bugcounter In my old job, I filed away printouts of journal articles I wanted to read and then never read them.@bugcounter I’m unemployed. OK, not really. Really, I enter journal articles I want to read into a reference manager & then never read them.Papers, um, just papers, uh, you know, uh, my papers, business papers. http://t.co/m67AelsM9Y"What is this thing called science?" Just got wind of an interesting-looking online science quarterly... http://t.co/gOP895xd65Learn all about CR's arsenic "findings" on Dr. Oz today, where the discussion will not be too "complex" or "academic" or "helpful.""While past reports on [arsenic] by [Consumer Reports] and others have been complex and academic..." HAHAHAHA good one, CR press release.
11/18
2014
Open qPCR, a $1500 open-source real-time PCR thermocycler https://t.co/rdDeCzLPtkTime-series analysis of Campylobacter incidence in Switzerland / strong association w/ prevalence in broilers http://t.co/W0dcYrYG7b
11/17
2014
20 years after Jack in the Box, foodborne illnesses still an issue http://t.co/m6UJQ3qOcV
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11/15
2014
@MCBazacoPhD Nice. I need to string up some seasonal ESLBs (extended spectrum light bulbs).Can someone do a systematic review on comics about meta-analyses? n=1? http://t.co/kzsLjB0dl3Just put up a giant MRSA inflatable for the front yard to observe "Get Smart About Antibiotics Week" http://t.co/lLz2G6sku8@bugcounter “smells like beard”@bugcounter No, I haven’t but I need some convincing. Last two had to be tossed.
11/14
2014
@bugcounter Stinks worse than one of them Contigo travel coffee mugs.My sodastream is adding foot flavor to my water. Not good. Not good at all.Systematic review finds insufficient data to generate pooled estimates for post-salmonellosis chronic sequelae http://t.co/7jsLZXMHnK@monteiro New from A Book Apart, Strengthsfinder 3.0 http://t.co/j1KCWcCpm3Apparently all I want to listen to anymore is anthemic electronic pop nonsense. SO BE IT. http://t.co/7OdZbtso2W@fubini I think you mean *zephyring* in a cluster. Or *editing .signature files* in a cluster. Or *sleeping* in a cluster.I got my flu shot on Monday. I got rear-ended on 270 today. Coincidence? I THINK NOT! #DrOzTweets #FEMACoffins #VaccinesCauseCarAccidents
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11/13
2014
A Quantitative Prioritisation of Human and Domestic Animal Pathogens in Europe http://t.co/LeREgelrJmPrioritizing Zoonoses: A Proposed One Health Tool for Collaborative Decision-Making http://t.co/FQci97JVfI
11/12
2014
It’s Holiday Bullshit time! https://t.co/TVs17IVq38 Last year, my December was filled with joyful weirdness by mail. $15 is a steal.
Retweeted by Michael Batz@bugcounter Oh, and happy birthday!@bugcounter I always feel jealous when something great is published anywhere and I didn't get to write it. ;)Interesting work by #UF colleagues on reducing Vibrio in seawater and live oysters using chitosan microparticles http://t.co/p6f18xeIAw
11/10
2014
@hotdogsladies Too many, too many, too manyRereading "Hypothetical Fears & Quantitative Risk Analysis" by Chauncey Starr (2001). Still full of insight/ideas. http://t.co/fvgdl9eqt9The Impact Factor of journals converting from subscription to open access - BioMed Central blog http://t.co/3saMgQ5Nmh
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11/7
2014
@bugcounter I said vibrating recliners, not reclining vibrators.Amazon needs to stop releasing all these garbage tech products and just skip ahead to the part where they make vibrating recliners.@ainzlie Just load up healthmap on your phone and avoid the dots. Fun!@ainzlie So you're going to Florida then?@bugcounter Public health & drs point at ag. Vets & ag point at drs & patients. Uh, guys, it's probably ALL of you/us!@bugcounter It's just sad. That is a LOT of very smart people who are just going to end up parroting the AVMA party line.Oh great an antibiotics-in-ag "task force" exclusively comprised of people on the animal health side of the issue. http://t.co/K1oE9OaxoI
11/6
2014
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