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Old 10-17-2014, 10:15 AM   #21
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Some people are so nasty you wonder how they are still alive!!!! I saw two guys at a dump station one time- each with their own rig but they assisted each other in the dumping process- flinging hoses around with water and who knows what all else splashing all over them. No gloves and no real concern with what got on them. They did have a rag they were wiping down with. Unfortunately it fell on the ground in a very wet area. They just continued using it. When finished, they wiped up and hopped in their trucks and off they went. No way on Earth those guys weren't covered with fecal matter!!!! That's when I decided to never buy a used truck again!
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Old 10-17-2014, 10:31 AM   #22
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Good old "hearts and parts!"
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Old 10-17-2014, 10:36 AM   #23
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Good old "hearts and parts!"
I've ate worse.....

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lol...y'all are so funny!

I saw a report on the dirtiest thing in most restaurants, and it had more germs and crap then even the toilet seat....the menus! They are rarely, if ever, washed, and people handle them all the time after doing goodness-knows-what.

My wife carries a small container of sani-wipes in her purse for use after handling menus.
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Old 10-17-2014, 11:04 AM   #25
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I took a microbiology class once where we swabbed surfaces around the lab and building. We all expected the toilet seats/bowls would have the most bacteria. In reality the worse offenders were doorknobs and computer keyboards.
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Old 10-17-2014, 11:17 AM   #26
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Yep, discussions like this really makes me want to buy stock in Lysol!

Not a bad alternative to bleach water, but definitely more expensive, unless of course it saves you from ruining your clothes!
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Old 10-17-2014, 11:25 AM   #27
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I wonder how we and our ancestors survived all those years before antibacterial/sanitizing soaps, sprays, wipes, detergents and the like. And changing diapers, it's a wonder there is anyone alive today!

Sorry, I was raised on a farm and around animals. Never worried about gloves or getting my hands "dirty". Just used good old soap and water (or just water if soap wasn't available - even washed up in the creek, river, pond, lake or animal water trough at times) after work or before eating, and I survived (as did my siblings, parents, aunts and uncles, grand parents, etc. back many generations).

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I wonder how we and our ancestors survived all those years before antibacterial/sanitizing soaps, sprays, wipes, detergents and the like. And changing diapers, it's a wonder there is anyone alive today!

Sorry, I was raised on a farm and animals. Never worried about gloves or getting my hands "dirty". Just used good old soap and water (or just water if soap wasn't available) after work or before eating, and I survived (as did my siblings, parents, aunts and uncles, grand parents, etc. back many generations).

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There is some evidence that the reason we all suffer from allergies so much is that we have not contacted enough bacteria. Still, I think people need to think a little before they do something that stupid.
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lol...y'all are so funny!

I saw a report on the dirtiest thing in most restaurants, and it had more germs and crap then even the toilet seat....the menus! They are rarely, if ever, washed, and people handle them all the time after doing goodness-knows-what.

My wife carries a small container of sani-wipes in her purse for use after handling menus.
I order, then go wash!!!
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I wonder how we and our ancestors survived all those years before antibacterial/sanitizing soaps, sprays, wipes, detergents and the like.
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A large portion of them didn't!!!!!
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