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(02-11-2019, 11:10 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote: *grimace*
That must have sucked big time

The shingles really wasn't that bad, just kinda itchy. My left eye is the shit that keeps on giving. I'd be screwed without eye wash, which works really, really well.
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There are so very many diseases that are brought in by present day migration and travel.

Every item you buy at the grocery store and bring home and put in your pantry or your refrigerator -- How do you know who has handled that item before you bought it? So it is not only the grocery cart itself, which you grasp as you wheel around the store, hoping that the previous person/persons did not have some contagious disease (I use the wipes when they are available), but who has been handling the items you buy?

And the gas nozzle you firmly grasp when you fill up your tank ...

And how about the kitchen help when you eat out? ...

... and the list goes on.
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(02-11-2019, 04:03 PM)Aquarius Wrote: There are so very many diseases that are brought in by present day migration and travel.

Every item you buy at the grocery store and bring home and put in your pantry or your refrigerator -- How do you know who has handled that item before you bought it?  So it is not only the grocery cart itself, which you grasp as you wheel around the store, hoping that the previous person/persons did not have some contagious disease (I use the wipes when they are available), but who has been handling the items you buy?

And the gas nozzle you firmly grasp when you fill up your tank ...

And how about the kitchen help when you eat out? ...

... and the list goes on.

Amen, Amen, Amen! I wash my hands every time I handle packaging- between the food and the wrapper- even bread. I'm sure it's overkill, but you really *don't* know "where it's been", as my grandmother used to say.
How sad is it that we can't be secure that our grocery stores, food establishments ONLY hire legal US citizens with health certificates? And that our government can't provide us with security that *everyone* who comes into the country has been screened for health. (I don't really care, frankly, that international travel makes this cumbersome.

I haven't tried on clothes in a store in I don't know how long. One of the best things about mail order is that you can tell that it's straight from the manufacturer.
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I found this video this morning.
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(02-11-2019, 08:36 PM)Procrastinator9000 Wrote: [Image: business-commerce-pharamceuticals-pharma...jpg?w=1400]

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This is the mindset of some...
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(02-11-2019, 03:48 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 11:10 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote: *grimace*
That must have sucked big time

The shingles really wasn't that bad, just kinda itchy. My left eye is the shit that keeps on giving. I'd be screwed without eye wash, which works really, really well.

Ophthalmic shingles...(shivers)...I'm glad you were in the 1/3 of those who didn't go into the neuralgia phase. But towards the eye, that's a SUCKS-cubed. Heartflowers
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(02-11-2019, 10:12 PM)TheOrderOfChaos Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 03:48 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 11:10 AM)Miscellaneous Wrote: *grimace*
That must have sucked big time

The shingles really wasn't that bad, just kinda itchy. My left eye is the shit that keeps on giving. I'd be screwed without eye wash, which works really, really well.

Ophthalmic shingles...(shivers)...I'm glad you were in the 1/3 of those who didn't go into the neuralgia phase. But towards the eye, that's a SUCKS-cubed.   Heartflowers

It's actually super dangerous. If it gets into the optic nerve, it can go to your brain.
Deadly consequences.
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(02-11-2019, 10:39 PM)Miscellaneous Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 10:12 PM)TheOrderOfChaos Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 03:48 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote: The shingles really wasn't that bad, just kinda itchy. My left eye is the shit that keeps on giving. I'd be screwed without eye wash, which works really, really well.

Ophthalmic shingles...(shivers)...I'm glad you were in the 1/3 of those who didn't go into the neuralgia phase. But towards the eye, that's a SUCKS-cubed.   Heartflowers

It's actually super dangerous. If it gets into the optic nerve, it  can go to your brain.
Deadly consequences.

Oh, yeah. Whole different scale of treatment there. Let's be glad it didn't!
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