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PostPosted: Thu 10.23.2014, 21:53 
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I take the 1 train and was at that bowling alley on tuesday

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PostPosted: Thu 10.23.2014, 21:56 
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did you tongue his dumper?

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PostPosted: Thu 10.23.2014, 21:56 
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I thought it was because I was going to beat you in the LoT this week, well I guess I should go ahead and ask ....Can I have your Sands?

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PostPosted: Thu 10.23.2014, 21:59 
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Griffimo wrote:
did you tongue his dumper?

:bootyshake: :tongue9: :pottytrain2: :eeeeek:

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PostPosted: Thu 10.23.2014, 22:34 
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jstr2112 wrote:
Griffimo wrote:
did you tongue his dumper?

:bootyshake: :tongue9: :pottytrain2: :eeeeek:

:lol:

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PostPosted: Thu 10.23.2014, 22:37 
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For not being a highly contagious disease...an decent amount of people in the medical field seem to catch it

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Although the surface of a shared bowling ball is a likely place to find germs — and some people avoid bowling for this very reason — it is extremely unlikely that Ebola could be passed that way. There is no evidence that it has been passed, as colds or flu sometimes are, by touching surfaces that someone else touched after sneezing into their hand. Ebola is normally passed through contact with blood, vomit or diarrhea.

If someone left blood, vomit or feces on a bowling ball, and the next person to touch it did not even notice, and then put his fingers into his eyes, nose or mouth, it might be possible. But, the Ebola virus does not not normally build up to high levels in saliva or mucus until very late in the disease — several days after the initial fever sets in — and it is unlikely that someone that ill would have just gone bowling. Also, the Ebola virus is fragile and susceptible to drying out. It does not normally survive for more than a few hours on a hard, dry surface.

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/10/23/can-you-get-ebola-from-a-bowling-ball/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0


sorry no good news about the trains though, especially the irt. blood vomit and feces are pretty much a sure thing. Oh and the bowling alley is shut down. 8)


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For not being a highly contagious disease...an decent amount of people in the medical field seem to forgotten basic infection-avoidance protocol


FTFY. That 'nurse in Dallas' story is an example of this. Not wearing gloves, not properly disposing contaminated items, etc. Just stupid.

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Whole lotta stupid going on.

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Fook are doctors stupid. Explains a lot.

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jokerswild1130 wrote:
For not being a highly contagious disease...an decent amount of people in the medical field seem to catch it

The only time I recall medical professionals following even basic normal procedures at doctor visits was when my wife was giving birth. They think it's fine to wear gloves, then touch the exposed area when they take them off, not wash hands first, etc. Complacency.


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Fook are doctors stupid. Explains a lot.

Most Dr's ties and watches are breeding grounds for colonies of MRSA.


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jokerswild1130 wrote:
For not being a highly contagious disease...an decent amount of people in the medical field seem to catch it


4 or so people in 330 million within like a month have contracted it.

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