With the flu in mind I've been watching people interact with each other. All the hand shakes, hi 5's, hugs.
The tv had a Halloween store segment and people were trying on rubber masks, checking themselves out, and putting them back on the rack.
I thought of the tradition of blowing out birthday candles.
How some churches share the communion goblet.
Public restroom door handles.
Sick people in denial and won't go home.
Donald Trump doesn't like to shake hands but prefers the Japanese tradition of bowing.
Maybe it's time to rethink our habits.
Howie Mandel doesn't shake hands either.
I get the pleasure of working in schools. Nothing better even during cold season than to see a snot factory all but blow his nose in his hands, wipe it on his pants and open the door I'm ab out to go through that I need to touch.
I think I'll get some of those masks I see the Chinese people wearing.
If I had kids now I might yank them out of school and educate them at home. I don't know new math so I'd have to find someone who did.
I compiled the following list a few days ago. It's a work in process but it pretty much explains my feelings on H1N1.
Metal dental fillings
Flesh eating bacteria
Holes in the ozone layer
Prescription drugs in drinking H2O
Electro Magnetic Fields
Mad cow disease
Immunizations and autism
Cell phone brain tumors
Mercury in vaccines
Silicone breast implants
Fluoride in water
Swimming less than 1 hour after eating
You really got my attention! http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_iE3uB6YBQd...t_implants.jpg
How bout ebola virus? Even Aids was gonna desimate the population....
I remember when implants were considered a danger to women's health, now not having implants is damaging to women's mental health.