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Old 02-07-2018, 03:02 PM   #11
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As anyone thought about the health issues related to everyone reusing bags that carry food? I watch people leave the bathroom without washing their hands, so I'm positive the stores are filled with a collection of veritable petrie dishes disguised as grocery bags.

A soft drink tax is just another government money grab. Zero F*#&s were give about anyone's health.
Single purpose bag are the only solution, right?
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Old 02-07-2018, 04:23 PM   #12
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You know what they say at Ebay...you get more business with free shipping and handling!
Let me rephrase that: *administrative fees
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Old 02-07-2018, 05:12 PM   #13
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Single purpose bag are the only solution, right?
I said nothing of the sort.

What I said was reusable bags have sanitary issues. Serious issues. They are a breeding ground for bacteria and other nasties and then they are carried in and out of the grocery store.
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I said nothing of the sort.

What I said was reusable bags have sanitary issues. Serious issues. They are a breeding ground for bacteria and other nasties and then they are carried in and out of the grocery store.
You can make bags out of materials that prevent the growth of micro-organisms.
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I said nothing of the sort.

What I said was reusable bags have sanitary issues. Serious issues. They are a breeding ground for bacteria and other nasties and then they are carried in and out of the grocery store.

Food for thought:

1) The nasties went into the bags on food you later took out of the bags and placed in your refer or pantry.

2) The people that go in and out of the grocery store are WAY more nasty than anything else you'll encounter in a grocery store.
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Nasty people will be eating that clean food that was brought home in their nasty cars and into their nasty homes.
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Old 02-07-2018, 05:55 PM   #17
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I never thought about the germ stuff with re-usable bags, what if the pack of chicken leaked in the bag, they don't wash it, bring it back, now there is salmonella all over the cart from their 'nasty bag'. Mom puts little Billy in the cart, he touches, sucks his thumb, now billy has salmonella.

I guess just going in public is nasty, I think I'll become a germophobe!
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Ya'll just keep voting for those Democrats and you won't have anything left but a pay stubb that shows you how much you were supposed to have made before they took it all.
Correct me if I'm wrong but don't you have to actually buy the soft drink to pay the tax?
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Correct me if I'm wrong but don't you have to actually buy the soft drink to pay the tax?
Those Democrats probably make you do that too. Not in Sleepy Hollow but when you go a preachin' in the big city you know. Tricky fellows them Dems.
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Tricky fellows them Dems.
I know it..They ought to start a couple trillion dollar wars, give tax breaks at the same time and balloon the national debt so they can at least get some street cred with the righties. Bombs before bags!
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