November 4th, 2005
Oh, and here's a tidbit from an MSN article about the flu.
Finally, a few ideas you can use and share in the workplace to help stop the spread of flu germs:
* If you know you’re sick with the flu, stay home.
* Get a flu shot, which not only protects you but helps prevent contagion.
* Within a day of becoming ill, ask your doctor about antiviral medications, which can shorten the episode and contain the virus.
* Be especially cautious between late December and early March, the peak of flu season.
* Sneeze or cough into your elbow, not into your hands.
* Clean phones, doorknobs and desktops with alcohol swabs.
* Throw used tissues away!
* Wash your hands and face often with hot, soapy water.
* During flu season, never let anyone lick your keyboard.
Thanks MSN. what would we ever have done without you?
It'd be an orgy of flu-laden keyboard-lickers, I swear.
I can't believe that's really there. LOL!
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Mmm, keyboard pr0n.
keyboard-lickers, Your Kink Is Not Okay.
there is no such thing as Safe Keyboard-Licking.
there's gotta be a keyboard condom somewhere, or maybe a silicon keyboard that you can boil?
Besides which, dental dams work for all licking applications.
I'm done now.
Crazy as it is, I was going to make the exact same comment. Except then I saw yours. ; ) You can get the reputation for it. ; )
you guys both Officially Rule. :D *cleans up splurted cranberry juice*
There used to be clear latex keyboard covers to protect from spills, crumbs and technofetishits. They seem to have disappeared from the market, though. Nobody wants to practice safe tongue-typing anymore.
Only during flu season? We have to ask to prevent this? Uh oh.
Someone tell me when flu season ends that I may once again lick keyboards with impunity.