posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 04:35 PM
reply to post by dizziedame
They'd have to work handling medication with gloves, and not let the patient handle the container with the medication ever. Just so no spread of any
potentially harmful thing can occur.
Problem with resturaunt food is there is no way to get 'food still cooked well enough to where it hadn't sat out for too long' from those who had
enough, or reject it, so that it can get to those hungry. Food for human consumption must stay quality in the utmost way. Trust me, you wouldnt want
hungry ppl becoming ill because they more likely cant affoard a proper way to take care after they are sickened. And it leads to a quickened or slow
death of a worse experience, or, the spread of what caused the illness to others.
Unless every time you buy a meal at a resturaunt it is required that a portian of what you buy must go to the hungry near by that are waiting for it.
In a way it comes right out of your meal after prepared properly and before you (the customer) can touch it. Then it reduces the chance of ever
Hey, it can become known as a hungry tax. I mean, they put a big tax on cigerettes for some reason (not for the hungry or needy), then they can put a
needed tax on resturant meals bought where a portain of what a customer pays for goes to the hungry near by like how I said.
[edit on 26-10-2008 by Mabus]