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WASH your damn filthy hands!!!!!!!!

 
 
Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:05 pm
During an hour's swimming at a municipal pool you will ingest 1/12 liter of urine.

In an average day your hands will have come into indirect contact with 15 penises (touching door handles etc.)

An average person's yearly fast food intake will contain 12 pubic hairs.

In a year you will have swallowed 14 insects - while you slept!

Annually you will shake hands with 11 women who have recently masturbated and failed to wash their hands.

Annually you will shake hands with 6 men who have recently masturbated and failed to wash their hands.

In a lifetime 22 workmen will have examined the contents of your dirty linen basket.

At an average wedding reception you have a 1/100 chance of getting a cold sore from one of the guests.

Daily you will breath in 1 liter of other peoples' anal gases.

HAVE A GREAT DAY...

And WASH your damn hands!!!!!!!!
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hawkeye10
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:14 pm
This is probably a stupid question, but can you document your claims?
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Intrepid
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:17 pm
Check bestandworst.com yourself
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farmerman
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:21 pm
when i leave a restroom, I wash my hands and take some towels to dry. Then, upon leaving, I take two towels to open the RR door, These towels I dsipose in some convenient receptacle outside the RR.


Me OCD? why no, I dont think so,

ODCD OCD OCD OCD

I said it 5 times so I can now move on.
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username
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:26 pm
No, you said ODCD once and OCD four times (or actually three times, and once before separately as part of a question). Who's compulsive now? So you've got one more to go. At least. Better do it now, or you'll be hung up here for hours.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:30 pm
I thought I posted "where did you get this delight", but I guess not.

Provocativo rides again.

Not that washing you hands on certain occasions isn't smart.
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hawkeye10
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:32 pm
We could always upgrade the thread, and talk about something important:
Quote:

...Shockingly, a variety of studies confirm under half of all US health workers wash as often required, a point of frustration among the over 4,000 conference attendees. "It doesn't matter if it's God himself or the governor or whoever, you have to wash up," said Rebecca Peters, an infection control staffer at York Hospital in York, Pennsylvania.

The infection preventionists confirmed they experience resistance when trying to implement infection control standards and point to a number of issues such as too little time, too many patients, inconvenience, and low paid staffers not understanding or implementing appropriate and consistent procedures. Bryant added that her fire marshal limited the number and placement of hand sanitizer dispensers over fears the alcohol-based gel could be a fire hazard, a move that adversely impacted infection control measures.

According to Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) figures for 2005, nearly 19,000 people died in the US from MRSA; an additional 94,000 were seriously sickened. Of the 19,000 patients studied in 2005, 2,000 were healthy people contracting community-based MRSA. In Canada, about 220,000 people are sickened and an additional 8,000-12,000 die annually. Patients surviving MRSA often require amputations to cure infections. MRSA has infected players from four NFL teams, some NYC firefighters, and has infected or killed a growing number of school children.
http://www.yourlawyer.com/articles/read/14605
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:33 pm
I decree Primativo should read Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis. That was a book I read around the time I was trying to pick a major in school and had just picked bacteriology. That'll fix him.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:35 pm
That's your hands. We all have our occidy selves.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:37 pm
Ah, but they're coming up with a vaccine against mrsa.

Not to make light of it, indeed.

Big deal in USC football locker room, no kidding, and they worked out appropriate behavior from how that got dealt with.

I'll be back with a link if I can find it in my files.
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hamburger
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:40 pm
Quote:
Dr. Semmelweiss Was Right: Washing Hands Prevents Infection

Last year marked the 150th anniversary of one of the most important medical discoveries. In 1847, Dr. Ignaz Semmelweiss, a physician in a Vienna hospital, discovered that fatal infections were spread among patients by doctors who failed to wash their hands between examinations. Semmelweiss immediately instituted a disinfecting procedure whereby physicians were required to wash in a chloride of lime solution after autopsies and with soap and water between patient visits. Doctors also had to change into clean lab coats before examining patients. As a result, hospital mortality rates from infectious diseases declined.

Today, hand washing should be a simple, standard antiseptic technique employed in hospitals and other health care settings to prevent the spread of illnesses.

However, studies conducted at hospitals worldwide over the past three decades have shown that many doctors and nurses do not follow this practice.

Prevalence of Hospital-Acquired Infections

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 2.4 million Americans acquire an infection in hospitals each year and that half of these infections are preventable by proper hand washing. Furthermore, hospital-acquired infections cause or contribute to 100,000 deaths annually, according to CDC officials. Patient-to-patient transmission of infectious microorganisms can occur via the hands of hospital personnel and contact with contaminated patient-care equipment or surrounding surfaces. Some viruses can survive for up to three hours on inanimate surfaces, such as doorknobs.

A 1994 CDC report, "Hand Washing - The Semmelweiss Lesson Forgotten?" notes that programs to improve hand washing practices have had limited success. Operation Clean Hands, sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), was launched in 1996 to educate health care professionals and the general public about health risks associated with poor hand washing habits. The American Medical Association (AMA), in cooperation with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, adopted resolutions in 1995 and 1996 to improve hand washing practices in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Semmelweiss' discovery.

Chlorine Fights Infections in Hospitals

Chlorine bleach cleans and disinfects

work surfaces and equipment

laundry supplies and patient rooms

cafeterias and food service areas


Antibiotic Resistance Poses Risks

Both the ASM and the AMA caution that an over-reliance on antibiotics, rather than hand washing, for infection control poses a serious public health risk for outbreaks of antibiotic-resistant infections and can be especially dangerous for immunocompromised patients. Thirty-five years ago, most infections could be successfully treated with standard antibiotics, such as penicillin.

The CDC has now warned doctors and public health officials of the rapid ncrease of infections caused by drug-resistant bacteria -- bacteria that can mutate to protect themselves against an antibiotic -- particularly those resistant to vancomycin, an expensive and powerful antibiotic that is used as a last resort to treat the most virulent infections. Currently, about 95 percent of the infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus, one of the most common germs in hospitals, are resistant to penicillin and, increasingly, to vancomycin.

Infectious diseases remain the leading cause of death and disease worldwide and the third leading cause of death in the United States. Hand washing is the first line of defense against infectious diseases. Physicians who wear gloves also should wash their hands because gloves may become perforated during use and because bacteria can multiply rapidly on sweaty, gloved hands. In addition, gloves may protect the wearer but not necessarily the patient. The CDC's Guidelines for Hand Washing and Hospital Environmental Control note that hand washing is still considered the single most important procedure for preventing the spread of infections and should be practiced regularly as part of appropriate hospital infection control measures.





source :
HANDWASHING
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 07:49 pm
Pffft. I work in an elementary school. Primitivo's list is just the beginning!
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:01 pm
Do I have to look all this up?



During an hour's swimming at a municipal pool you will ingest 1/12 liter of urine.

Urine is generally without bacteria, and that would be diluted in a lot of gallons. Alternately, when I first started swimming at the Y, I got a bad flu, which is not from bacteria but a virus. On the other hand, as it were, it was flu season. Pools usually are chlorinated or brominated or have similar anti-bio additives. Get a grip. Besides, when I used to swim a mile, I didn't ingest a lot of water. You breathe above water.




In an average day your hands will have come into indirect contact with 15 penises (touching door handles etc.)

So? All the outside of penises (pini?) are covered with pathogens? Please prove..




An average person's yearly fast food intake will contain 12 pubic hairs.
Oh, and so?

In a year you will have swallowed 14 insects - while you slept!
Lots of people eat them to live. See a new book reviewed today on the BBC site.



Annually you will shake hands with 11 women who have recently masturbated and failed to wash their hands.

Annually you will shake hands with 6 men who have recently masturbated and failed to wash their hands.



In a lifetime 22 workmen will have examined the contents of your dirty linen basket.

No one but me has ever washed my clothes. I'm used to my own bacteria, generally normal flora. And other people's mostly are too.



At an average wedding reception you have a 1/100 chance of getting a cold sore from one of the guests.

I don't think herpes is shared in this way, but I'll have to research.




Daily you will breath in 1 liter of other peoples' anal gases.

So the f/k what? We are all animals.




Chihuahua.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:13 pm
I looked in the store today at liquid soaps in order to make some homemade anti-mealy bug soap spray for my lavender plants in the yard.
All, or it seemed, all had additives and most had antibacterial properties.

There is this germ fear that is, frankly, frightful. Appropriate for some with some diseases, but stupid and dangerous fear re nature in general. Much more dangerous in long term than touching door knobs.
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:15 pm
It must be all bullshit - no way will you come into unwashed female masturbation hands more frequently than male masturbation hands.
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:16 pm
ossobuco wrote:
I looked in the store today at liquid soaps in order to make some homemade anti-mealy bug soap spray for my lavender plants in the yard.
All, or it seemed, all had additives and most had antibacterial properties.

There is this germ fear that is, frankly, frightful. Appropriate for some with some diseases, but stupid and dangerous fear re nature in general. Much more dangerous in long term than touching door knobs.


And it is more expensive now to buy non anti-bacterial soaps - you almost have to find fancy organic soaps.

Osso, on that note, go to a pharmacy and buy a small container of glycerine.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:26 pm
I skipped that one by mistake, sorry. No way I'm afraid of my own vagina exudent or someone's penis somehow getting on my doorknob or hands. Including aids virus. Not that that can't happen, but that I'm not running around afraid of it.

Ebola, yeah.

I will admit to not knowing women masturbate almost twice as much as men, should that be true... that's amusing..



I do figure that the title post has been debunked, probably multiply over time.




LittleK, does glycerine work? I have some..
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:32 pm
well.... glycerine is the base for most if not all liquid soaps. What is the liquid soap's purpose?
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:39 pm
er, penis exudent. (wonder if it's exudate, huh).
Penis on doorknob seems a useless idea offhand.



On the glycerine, certain soap compounds, wait a minute, seem according to what I've looked up, to work best - potassium salts of fatty acids.
I was just looking for recipes of liquid soap, and almost decided to liquify some of my whachacallit -- French castille soap.



Can I tangent a thread or not? Yes, I can, but should I? Wood eye?
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 21 Jul, 2008 08:41 pm
Yew too, eh?
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