I’d like to know the context of this picture
@Jolee Bindo, first attepted capture of osama bin laden
@Jolee Bindo, one operator remaining.
@Jolee Bindo, it's a Purell commercial dumb dumb, can't you read?
@Jolee Bindo, it’s from the whole Elian Gonzalez event. I think it happened around 1999-2000.
@Jolee Bindo, photoshopped bruh
@Big Boi Matt , I said it on the original, beat u to it
@paul2, I just thought if someone stole this picture, I could steal a comment
Me in R6 when I'm the only guy alive
Fun fact! You know the 1% that lives? It multiplies! You hand sanitizer will never work again.
Do you think he was caught??
Id like to point out here that hand sanitizer doesn't miss the .1% of bacteria, theyre just able to resist it.
@robee, I mean...lol*
@robee, I always figured it was probably for liability reasons. It’s probably kills everything but in the off chance something survives, it’s in the .1%
@Richard Cypher, well youre kind of right. It can on occasion kill everything or simply miss that .1% by lack of contact, but this can also refer to a subset of a microbial population called a persistor cell. They're a small portion of a population that naturally accumulates mutations in genes that allow for greater resistance to a given environmental stress (in this case hand sanitizer) and often times at a small fitness cost. This is why they typically only make up a small portion of the population. When the enviornmental stress of the hand sanitizer is added it wipes out all of non resistant bacteria leaving behind the small portion with the genes neccessary to overcome the stress. The downside to this is that now these are the cells that repopulate the environment which can result in a rebounded population with increased resistance. This is also the theoretical basis for antibiotic resistance.
@robee, I’m pretty sure they only put that in bottles so they can’t be sued - like say someone gets ill they can’t be sued because they say it’s the 0.01% that got them ill