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WITH THE NEWS THAT HDZETA WILL STOP ALL OUTBOUND SHIPMENTS

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25 minutes ago, Charger23us said:

What are the odds of contamination on one of the Asian steelbooks coming in? 

 

My thinking is 0% .

 

PANIC LIKE THIS IS SOMETHING WE DO NOT NEED .

 

MOST VIRUSES  NEED  A LIVING HOST TO SURVIVE. 

 

 

SO RELAX ALL PLEASE 

 

Seth Meyers Thank You GIF by Late Night with Seth Meyers

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1 hour ago, Charger23us said:

What are the odds of contamination on one of the Asian steelbooks coming in? 

 

if really that bothered i would suggest a dettol spray that kills 99.9% of germs as you open the box and spray the lot and wipe of if you really worried.

the issue thats there with that is the virus is airbourne so chances are really low. bear in mind boxes are not air tight and been in load of planes.

also this in the wuhan provinece not near where zetas come from have a look

 

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Wuhan,+Hubei,+China/@30.568116,114.300385,5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x342eaef8dd85f26f:0x39c2c9ac6c582210!8m2!3d30.592849!4d114.305539?hl=en

 

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2 hours ago, Charger23us said:

It wasn't meant to start a panick. Just making conversation about current affairs 

 

A conversation is GREAT it is that some people may read the topic title and be sensitive .

 

Most collectors are a hardened bunch .

 

The first people to be ill will be our HUBS and I am sure we are still alive and kicking 

 

Hi Babe Flirting GIF by moodman .

 

Things may move a little slower as steps put in place to keep people safe may slow down production and shipping in affected countries .

 

 

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Not to add fuel to the fire here. But years ago I bought a Yamaha CS-10 synthesizer cheap as it had a broken switch on the front. I could hear this rattle inside when I trucked the unit around and figured it's the stupid plastic end of the broken switch that got in there. Finally servicing the synth myself and taking it apart, the rattle was in fact a big dead cricket! So you never know what kind of critters and varmints can get around and in items sitting around warehouses and such. My story was in the early 80's, just before Rock Hudson got sick and..... Oh snap! LOL

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On 1/28/2020 at 10:45 AM, Masterblaster said:

@Charger23us Thanks for making my day ... dont worry about me 🙄 I got contact with more then just 1 steelbook.

 

Look me up in the next few days , if I'm still around 😱

 

So,..  

 

are you still around?  

 

all joking aside. What a fricken pickle were in 

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