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Posted By: Serlady

Posted On: Oct 2, 2006
Views: 553
mass transit stabilization

having to stand on the L or the bus and holding onto... anything they give you to hold onto... makes me sick to my stomach. everyone and their mother and their sick dog has held onto, whizzed on, or generally spread their germ-ridden sweat and spit on those nasty poles. it gets so i want to put on gloves when i get on the train so i wont have to worry about what i touch. and lets not get started on teh floor. just put your bag on your lap (if you're lucky enough to get a seat) or keep it on (but endure nasty stares).


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Posted On: Oct 2, 2006
Views: 550
RE: mass transit stabilization

That is why your body has something called an immune system. Unless you were raised to wash your hands constantly, your body should be able to handle it. If you are one of the growing number of people that were raised to believe that de-germing anything you come in contact with is actually good for you, well then you are screwed. Your parents have prevented your immune system from developing properly and if you are lucky, all you will get is sick a lot. There is a direct link between the growing number of intestinal and immune disorders amongst kids and the anti-bacterial germophobe lifestyle.


Posted By: kenny

Posted On: Oct 3, 2006
Views: 527
RE: mass transit stabilization

What I don't understand is why everything is so god damn disgusting - greasy subway poles, litter, spit stains on seats, etc... Who's doing this? cause it's not me or anyone I know...


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Posted On: Oct 3, 2006
Views: 523
RE: mass transit stabilization

They have a work crew that comes in at night to take care of all that stuff. Once a month the paint crew is sent in to tag the walls, etch **** into the vending machines, and rub out letters on the hand blowers so it says something clever like "rub butt".



 

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