We’re finally getting around to talking about animal ailments that are a real bad time when transferred to humans! Plus, CoRri answers Mark’s tales of British censorship from last week with the story of America’s Hays Code.
[0:00] CoRri tells Mark how the film industry avoided government censorship in the early 20th century
[31:30] Mark is an outdoorsmen all of a sudden, which leads to a discussion of favorite movie sword fights
[44:50] Mark and CoRri respond differently to the threat of covid, book club is coming, and we’re gonna be on Dead & Lovely!
[53:59] Mark updates CoRri on a crime that occurred when she was in England
[58:00] A long chat about the Jimmy Savile documentary that hit Netflix last week
[68:30] What we watched!
[92:50] Zoonotic diseases!
Stuff we referenced:
- Early Hollywood and the Hays Code | ACMI: Your museum of screen culture
- Remembering Hollywood’s Hays Code, 40 Years On : NPR
- Don’ts and Be Carefuls (1927)
- BFI Screenonline: The Hays Code
- Failure of the Milwaukee Protocol in a Child With Rabies | Clinical Infectious Diseases | Oxford Academic
- Comparing clinical protocols for the treatment of human rabies: the Milwaukee protocol and the Brazilian protocol (Recife) – PMC
- No Rabies Treatment After All: Failure of the Milwaukee Protocol – The Pandora Report
- Infection | Leptospirosis | CDC
- Leptospirosis fact sheet – Fact sheets
- Leptospirosis in Humans – PMC
- Signs and Symptoms | Leptospirosis | CDC
- Transmission | Hantavirus | DHCPP | CDC
- What’s ‘Bat Soup,’ and Did It Cause the New Coronavirus?