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(Fox News)   Denver Broncos install 'misting booth' to disinfect players amid coronavirus pandemic, and it looks creepy as fark (w/video)   (foxnews.com) divider line
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2020-08-03 10:03:22 PM  
I assume they have to be naked, with a plexiglass wall common with Elway's office.
 
2020-08-03 11:05:12 PM  
The Broncos are spraying themselves with this stuff:

https://www.ritterimplants.com/buy/mi​c​roSURE

Sounds like it is sourced from the deepest mines of the planet Krapton.
 
2020-08-03 11:08:07 PM  

Breaker Moran: The Broncos are spraying themselves with this stuff:

https://www.ritterimplants.com/buy/mic​roSURE

Sounds like it is sourced from the deepest mines of the planet Krapton.


From a different source:

Microsure 8 Hour Defense Hand Sanitizer

Active Ingredients
Benzalkonium Chloride.... 0.13%

Purpose
Antimicrobial

Uses
Sanitizes hands to help reduce bacteria that potentially cause diseases.

Warnings
For external use only. Do not use in eyes. If contact occurs, flush thoroughly with water.

/time for goggles to make their NFL comeback
 
2020-08-04 6:16:39 AM  
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2020-08-04 7:18:58 AM  
I'm not epidemiologist, but I would think the top of the head and back carry a fairly low viral load, and this this is mostly for show.  You have to apply it like Trump applies his spray tan, face and hands.
 
2020-08-04 7:54:23 AM  
..."which is considered a powerful nontoxic disinfectant that kills viruses like E.Coli, Staphylococcus aureus,..."

Uh, those aren't viruses
 
2020-08-04 7:56:14 AM  
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2020-08-04 7:59:28 AM  

fragMasterFlash: Breaker Moran: The Broncos are spraying themselves with this stuff:

https://www.ritterimplants.com/buy/mic​roSURE

Sounds like it is sourced from the deepest mines of the planet Krapton.

From a different source:

Microsure 8 Hour Defense Hand Sanitizer

Active Ingredients
Benzalkonium Chloride.... 0.13%

Purpose
Antimicrobial

Uses
Sanitizes hands to help reduce bacteria that potentially cause diseases.

Warnings
For external use only. Do not use in eyes. If contact occurs, flush thoroughly with water.

/time for goggles to make their NFL comeback


Eric Dickerson is finally going to get that eyewear contract he's always deserved.
 
2020-08-04 8:05:09 AM  
Their first idea was a Clorox enema, so this is a big improvement.
 
2020-08-04 8:07:27 AM  
That was terrifying. I mean, really just the scariest thing I've seen in a long time.
 
2020-08-04 8:07:35 AM  
"TMZ Sports reported that the machine is spraying a product called "MicroSURE," which is considered a powerful nontoxic disinfectant that kills viruses like E.Coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Coronavirus upon contact. "

Decides to report on killing viruses , then lists two bacteria as examples

'Forget it Jake, it's TMZ'

"
microSURE™ persistent nano-technology germ killing products go to war on >99.99% of harmful microorganisms [or pathogens] that make you sick or potentially cause disease. When microSURE™ is applied, a barrier of crystal killing spikes bonds to hands and surfaces creating a long lasting antimicrobial barrier that stays working and locked in place long after it is applied. This covalent bond becomes a barrier on the surface on which it is attached.

As germs come into contact with surfaces they are punctured by the killing spikes on contact and die.

This results in a mechanical kill - allowing the surface of an object to destroy the cell walls. This is different than a chemical kill which uses toxic combinations of chemicals (alcohol, bleaches, acids) against biological threats such as bacteria and viruses that provide no long lasting protection.
"

https://www.ritterimplants.com/buy/mi​c​roSURE

I'm sure everyone feels safer now.  Spikes!
 
2020-08-04 9:05:06 AM  
colloquially known as the Bukkake Booth
 
2020-08-04 9:06:53 AM  
Boy, I hope they're not ordering it from Germany.
 
2020-08-04 9:39:19 AM  
Yes, so creepy. I won't be able to sleep tonight.

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2020-08-04 9:56:02 AM  
Interesting idea. The problem is that COVID seems to spread the most as small aerosolized droplets hanging in the air for 30", maybe even more. The strategy they are using would work best if COVID transmitted as large droplets clinging to surfaces that are then touched to the face. This does nothing. They'd be better off having the equivalent of an negative pressure chamber before entering the locker rooms and making sure the lockers are well-ventilated.
 
2020-08-04 10:02:03 AM  

Vlad_the_Inaner: "TMZ Sports reported that the machine is spraying a product called "MicroSURE," which is considered a powerful nontoxic disinfectant that kills viruses like E.Coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Coronavirus upon contact. "

Decides to report on killing viruses , then lists two bacteria as examples

'Forget it Jake, it's TMZ'

"
microSURE™ persistent nano-technology germ killing products go to war on >99.99% of harmful microorganisms [or pathogens] that make you sick or potentially cause disease. When microSURE™ is applied, a barrier of crystal killing spikes bonds to hands and surfaces creating a long lasting antimicrobial barrier that stays working and locked in place long after it is applied. This covalent bond becomes a barrier on the surface on which it is attached.

As germs come into contact with surfaces they are punctured by the killing spikes on contact and die.

This results in a mechanical kill - allowing the surface of an object to destroy the cell walls. This is different than a chemical kill which uses toxic combinations of chemicals (alcohol, bleaches, acids) against biological threats such as bacteria and viruses that provide no long lasting protection.
"
https://www.ritterimplants.com/buy/mic​roSURE

I'm sure everyone feels safer now.  Spikes!


Doesn't say what size microbe/virus it protects against. Covid is sooooo smol.
 
2020-08-04 10:24:56 AM  
Why is that creepy? Just looks like going through a metal detector.
 
2020-08-04 10:48:06 AM  
Calling it now!

Obama's taking advantage of the pandemic and these will be the norm across the country. We'll be seeing them in Walmart's, Grocery stores, sporting events, schools and airports. These have NOTHING to do with the Covid pandemic, it's a direct way to spray you with chemtrails!

Study it out morans!

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2020-08-04 1:02:24 PM  
The real problem is that they're circumventing the salary cap by deferring payments for these machines until the 2022 league year.
 
2020-08-04 1:25:13 PM  
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2020-08-04 3:10:11 PM  

greentea1985: Interesting idea. The problem is that COVID seems to spread the most as small aerosolized droplets hanging in the air for 30", maybe even more. The strategy they are using would work best if COVID transmitted as large droplets clinging to surfaces that are then touched to the face. This does nothing. They'd be better off having the equivalent of an negative pressure chamber before entering the locker rooms and making sure the lockers are well-ventilated.


Or better yet, have people change and take showers at the hotel room.
 
2020-08-05 10:55:28 AM  
Creepy?  Come on.   I'm not sure if it actually works, but it isn't exactly scaring anyone.
 
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