Microbiological hazards of "whirling"?
TOBIAS HARVEY TEWS
tt96ad at badger.ac.brocku.ca
Wed Apr 30 21:45:43 EST 1997
Nancy Hamlett (Nancy_Hamlett at hmc.edu) wrote:
: I am a faculty member at small college, which has a tradition I find
: appalling. Students who have a birthday, high-score an exam, or
: have otherwise notable achievements are "whirled". "Whirling"
: consists of inverting the victim, sticking her his or head into the
: bowl of toilet and flushing the toilet. This tradition is deeply
: ingrained in the student culture; however, our students are open to
: persuasion by objective data. Does anyone have an data or know of
: any sources that might have data relevant to the microbiological
: hazarads of whirling?
: Nancy Hamlett
: Professor & Chair
: Department of Biology
: Harvey Mudd College
Yes, the toilet is just teaming with bacteria etc. After all, what do
you think feces has a main portion of? Though, urine is sterile.
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