posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 09:58 PM
reply to post by Xeven
I've never had the flu shot and I don't remember ever getting the flu.
I wash my hands a lot, wear latex gloves at the grocery store and don't let people cough in my face. I don't touch public handrails. It's easy to
remember not to touch things in public. Just think of a disgusting person wiping their booty with the item, barfing on it or blowing their nose on
it. (Which essentially they do when they don't wash their hands.)
At the grocery store, people change the diapers of their recently vaccinated children in the cars, then proceed to enter the grocery store and touch
anything that is imaginable, exposing everyone to the excreted, semi-dead viruses their children were inoculated with. I see people touching the very
same things, then leave the store eating food with their hands.
Pens at check-out lines, touch pads for deli ordering, pay phones, door handles, ATM buttons, gas pumps, convenience store doors. Everyone should
just wash their hands a lot more.
Your OP is very interesting, though.
edit on 28-9-2013 by PrincessTofu because: (no reason given)