San Bernardino County Shit Cleanup

"Shit cleanup anywhere in the world means infectious waste cleanup, especially these days." Eddie Evans

Human - Cat - Dog - Bird (avian influenza) Feces Cleanup for great quantities and small.






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I'm Eddie Evans and I do San Bernardino County poop cleanup. I also do what we call biohazard cleanup, infectious waste cleanup following homicides, suicides, and unattended death's decomposition debris

Shit cleanup has a history as ancient as humanity's mother and child relationship. At some point in the past mothers placed their child's safety ahead of other survival tasks. Shit, feces, poop, chacha, whatever we choose to call this most common denominator for organisms with a metabolic system, they all shit. And most probably our preditors as well as other organisms remained cursed by their shit's fregrance wafing in the wind in all sorts of directions.

For certain, a pattern of human behavior left undocumented, but as real as the sun and grass, would show us mothers abondoning their offspring following as their offspring unintentionally, unknowingly signal signal great bears, fearsome lions, and wolves with powerful olfactory nerves and long noses to care and house their greatest hunting accessory.

Is it any wonder that cats bury their feces? Granted, other animals smear their poop on trees and rocks to signal their territory, but these animals belong to the preditor class of life, not the preyed upon class of life. So we look to the felines in our lives for examples of poop cleanup. We know intuitively why our cats do their own shit cleanup; it's because their place in the animal kingdom and feline hierarchy gave them swift though small bodies to survive. Perhaps the San Bernardino shit cleanup by these kittys has impressed you.

For instance, a very large grave yard some 100 yards west of my home serves generations of coyotes migrating from a nearby creek, Coyote Creek. Stray cats and dogs do not last long in my neighborhood because of these whily coyotes strong sense of small. It seems ironic that dozens of cats new to the neighborhood visit this graveyard (another irony) because it offers an enormous litter box of freshly dug dirt for their shit cleanup. In brief, our neighborhood cats pay with their lives for shit cleanup.

While I'm writing about shit, let me explain that besides professional cleaning, I enjoy writing. As a result these web site will display a great quantity of creative, technical, and academic writing. I enjoy these three types of writing and I enjoy writing about writing, which I will do here in the context of shit. I'm moe than certain that my shit cleanup web site visitors expect something on my use of this word. After all, most people remain unfamiliar with a characterization of shit in the context of shit cleanup as an occupational task. I takes time for shit to happen so I must move forware with the word itself.

Shit, The Word Itself

Meanwhile, let me explain the use of this term, shit. Only this morning did I buy I had never before thought of buying this domain name; I do owe others like feces cleanup, poop cleanup, sewage cleanup, toilet cleanup, and several others in the shit cleanup genre of feces cleanup. Let's take a look at the origins of the word shit. Once out of the way, my writing turns to biological and epidemiological concerns with shit.


s an English word that is usually considered vulgar and profane in Modern English. As a

Well before the 15th century in England, old English remained pretty much the dominant language in the we call England today. Calling the English language "old English" after the eclipse of the Roman Empire's colonial rule of the silent nation, Mrs. some of the historic landmarks of language development the map. History.

What might've been called "English" was often a mixture of French, Latin, and even angle and Saxon languages. In some regions of the silent people added the daily and even Welsh versions of their English. In this sufficed as to get along English language. One could ride from one village and travel for several days to another some 50 miles away, and find it quite hard to recognize the words of the people spoken with.

In middle English this term survived schitte (excrement) and reminds us of the British genetic and cultural roots to the Germanic tribes during the time of the Roman Empire's conquest of what we call the British Isles today.

Three the greatest English writers of all time put the brakes on this language diversity, languages without rules, and changed English forever. Chaucer, Milton, and Shakespeare were the brilliant language users creating models for the English language's development. Their literary works and drama in the case of Shakespeare, became the standards for generations of English speakers to fallow. Today we look back at Chaucer, Milton, and Shakespeare and find that we modern English users have difficulty understanding their language as it represented a standard in their time.

English has no demands upon to follow a language Academy as the French have to French Academy. In France, there are truly correct ways to use that interesting language. Not so in England or the United States. In fact, the English used in England, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, India, and other English-speaking countries reflects a versatility allowing for scientific and cultural changes in the use of English.

To this date, if we were to fly anywhere in the world we might expect the pilot of our jet aircraft to speak to the airport control tower and English. Because of this we say that English is the dominant language of the world. And it is so because English is the business language of the world. Its flexibility and and spread throughout the world by way of British colonialism assured English a dominant position in the world of languages.

Now this is where the word should come in. Often shit as used today serves as a vulgar, despicable, low class, illiterate's use of the English language. Of course, most of us understand that shit has some pretty neat usage. Consider "bull shit" and try to find a term that carrie as much disregards for actions, ideas, and events. "This program sounds like bull shit."

How about, "The judge spoke with the attorneys in open court, and referred to their arguments as the mushroom theory of justice." Once jurors return to open court from their jury room and take their seats in the jury box, "You keep them in the dark and feed them bull shit!"

I find this one amusing, considering my occupation, a familiar order from my father, "Clean up this shit!"

"dirty work" because it refers to poop, fecal matter, cock,, stool, and dung. We call it a dirty word because it symbolizes excrement from defecating animals, including humans.

The word "shits" as used as a noun and refers to the plurality of diarrhea. The word should usually means a noun, that lump of gaseous microorganisms intertwined in fibers, mucus, and many more gastronomical outcomes.

We routinely used it in the military as a word showing reference to nonsense, foolishness, while expressing annoyance, surprise, anger, and even pain. "Shit that hurt!" "This is shit duty." "You're in the shit house today, soldier."

Shit house, incidentally, most probably refers to an out house used for pooping. A new a modern convenience for many people during the spread of the Enlightenment era. The development of the out house signaled the democratization of shitting. It probably saved tens of thousands of lives from the spread of cholera and other diseases from poops many millions of bacteria; plus over 6 thousand viruses identified in poop have proven benign, not hurtful, in many cases. Some remain hurtful, but since we've lived our entire lives with them and suffered through illnesses related to them, we're now in the clear; this do not mean that others remain immune to some of shit's viruses.

In any case, out houses allowed for a family, village, or town to use a common poop place. Here shit cleanup found a concentration of voluminous odors contributed by a population more than willing to contribute to the common potty.

Today we finally used of this word should on the Internet as people refer to products, people, events, and more. Should becomes a noun, it becomes an adjective in the use of shit for brains, and as a wonderful variation in the term "ass hole." To find a terrific use of bodily actions and have something to do with human excrement, that famous movie Monty Python's quest for the holy Grail uses the term "fart" which also symbolizes vulgarity because of its relationship to the anus and feces.

We can say that the act itself, defecation, often takes on other terms for cultural reasons, which I explore elsewhere. We say, "I need to take a dump," or "It's time for a nature call," all the while sidestepping the act itself as "taking a shit." Somehow this last phrase strikes us as too much to endure because it carries a graphic power of its own. We know from these terms that a pile of poop, a load will soon appear elsewhere, because to shit in the presence is unheard of outside of the military.

"A pieced of of shit" refers to a very low person, a broken appliance, and even a politician.

Whatever the case, we can say that thanks to the great work of Chaucer, Milton, and Shakespeare the use of "shit" has recognition throughout the English speaking world. San Bernardino shit cleanup requests benefited from this language stability.