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  1. Team America still in mourning

    November 22nd, 2012

    Influenza, mersa, diarhhea???? EEEWWWW, Gross. Makes me wanna scratch my belly button then open the tray table. Thanks, Norman.

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  2. Two Legged Blue Eyed Cracker

    November 22nd, 2012

    Weaponized hand sanitizer fortified with Ritalin.

    Great for planes, Kindergarten, and the West Wing of the White House.

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  3. old_oaks

    November 22nd, 2012

    Like these things were never around before? One of my biggest peeves is watching people wipe down the handle of their shopping cart while not a single fcuk is given to where they’re going to place the food they eat!

    I can’t even remember the last time I was sick! Sure I get stuffy in the fall and spring but I think I’ve had the flu maybe 4 times in the past 44 years and every once in awhile I’ll get a throat thing.

    I say touch every handle, wash your hands ever other time you think of doing so and if you didn’t poke through the toilet paper, no foul!

    Exposure is nature’s vaccination!

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  4. Barry

    November 22nd, 2012

    One time, I shit in a throw-up bag and put it in the magazine holder. Awesome.

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  5. conservative cowgirl

    November 22nd, 2012

    Yuck. Happy travels, everyone!

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  6. I Luv Bacon

    November 22nd, 2012

    You still gotta get past the creepsquad wearing those blue nitrile gloves.
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

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  7. Buck Ofama

    November 22nd, 2012

    Nice rack, however. Sorry, I just had to say it. :)

    Happy Thanksgiving, y’all!!!!

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  8. Moe tom

    November 22nd, 2012

    Ohgimmeafu*kinbreak! My Mother, God rest her soul, wore an apron with which she used to wipe my nose, knead dough for bread, carry potatos from the garden,eggs from the hen house, wipe my sister’s nose, wipe her hands, turn the bread in the oven, stoke the fire, add some coal and wipe her hands again and again on the same apron. How the hell did I live so long?
    As old_oaks said: Exposure is nature’s vaccination.

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  9. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    November 22nd, 2012

    The germicide residue is more hazardous to one’s health than the germs it’s supposed to kill.

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  10. Buck Ofama

    November 22nd, 2012

    Don’t these dipwads know that the body has natural defenses against bacteria? Maybe they need to see the 1966 movie, “The Fantastic Voyage”.

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  11. RANDO

    November 22nd, 2012

    A passenger plane is a giant, flying, germ tube.
    Ask yourself how West Nile virus got here.

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  12. RANDO

    November 22nd, 2012

    A doctor’s waiting room is even worse. For God’s sake, don’t pick up a magazine.

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  13. Trixie Bluebell

    November 22nd, 2012

    I last flew a couple years ago. Took a packet of wipes with me on the plane. Wiped down the table, armrests, seat belt buckle & light buttons. A couple people saw what I was doing and asked if they could have wipes too. I gladly shared. I hate flying (used to love it before it got to be such a pain in the ass) and now travel by air as little as possible.

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  14. Roadmaster

    November 22nd, 2012

    When running over the road, I was sick a lot until I finally began to take more precautions, like never touching a door knob with bare hands and eschewing the buffet at truck stops (why do you think they call it a “sneeze guard?”).

    On the other hand total isolation from normal germs and bacteria can leave you dangerously susceptible to infection, with no anti-bodies to fight them.

    The biggest problem as I see it, outside of school children who pass around all the latest bugs, is the “Typhoid Marys” with walking pneumonia and the boogy-woogy flu, who mingle among us when they should have stayed home.

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  15. pilo

    November 22nd, 2012

    Relevant information starts at 2 minutes 30. Don’t get out of sorts…Bacteria are everywhere and if you are good about keeping your hands out of your mouth, and not immuno-compromised, you are likely to be good to go.

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  16. norman einstein

    November 22nd, 2012

    @Moe Tom, “How the hell did I live so long?”

    Hell, Tom, you’ve been drinkin’ since you could walk!
    Booze kills a lot of germs.

    I keed, I keed..bottoms up and Happy Thanksgiving.

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