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23 minutes ago, Rally Gorilla said:

Yeah, I've got a teen and a 20 y.o. at home that I frankly don't trust to always do a great job washing their hands before drying or changing out the hand towel when needed.    I feel a lot better using paper.    But, if it were just me at home or if paper became unavailable....then obviously I'd go that route.

Individual towels.

Bam!  Next.

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I thought those were fancy urinals. Well I'll be darn.

I figured this one early. You just can't keep reading the doomsday scenarios. Once you get to the point where you realize it's a serious thing and you need to take all the precautions they say, there'

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1 minute ago, failos said:

I sure picked the worst time to stop drinking liquor. It's been a little over a month now (hence the infrequent posting here), and still going strong--but man, working from home really makes me want to get drunk all the time.

Think of how rich and thin you’ll be, or already are?  And in another 30 more days?  Baller!!

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1 hour ago, Tank said:

you should have gone with one of these super sanitary beauties that all of us like to use in a public men's room:

Continuous cloth Hand Towel Dispenser...anyone else remember these ...

And these are equally as valuable, perhaps more so:

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Studies have shown that those hand dryers disperse the water droplets from your hands (and anything you didn't wash off your hands) into the immediate surrounding air, filling an enclosed area in mere seconds. Coronavirus droplets everywhere.... 

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16 minutes ago, ettin said:

And these are equally as valuable, perhaps more so:

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Studies have shown that those hand dryers disperse the water droplets from your hands (and anything you didn't wash off your hands) into the immediate surrounding air, filling an enclosed area in mere seconds. Coronavirus droplets everywhere.... 

oh yeah, i hate these things, too.

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40 minutes ago, ettin said:

And these are equally as valuable, perhaps more so:

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Studies have shown that those hand dryers disperse the water droplets from your hands (and anything you didn't wash off your hands) into the immediate surrounding air, filling an enclosed area in mere seconds. Coronavirus droplets everywhere.... 

It's also hard (for me anyway) to pull out my hands w/o touching the machine.    At least Dyson is being a hero by designing an easy to produce ventilator and rushing to produce 15,000 of them.   Hope they work better than the hand dryers.

 

Just curious. How Maltron as a company survives.

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38 minutes ago, ettin said:

And these are equally as valuable, perhaps more so:

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Studies have shown that those hand dryers disperse the water droplets from your hands (and anything you didn't wash off your hands) into the immediate surrounding air, filling an enclosed area in mere seconds. Coronavirus droplets everywhere.... 

I thought those were fancy urinals. Well I'll be darn.

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