The Keystick Keyboard Collapses, Keeps You Healthy

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nsk chaos

i would buy one if it doesnt go over 50

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5150cd

I had a keyboardLITERALLY disintegrate while using it because it was so covered with oil, bleach, turpentine, acid, and cigarette ashes.  I don't have any picutres though, but it was way worse than your guys'.

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Caboose

 All I need is for this to be released and then my users get wind of it. Everyone is so paranoid about germs and whatnot that I was almost forced to disinfect every keyboard and mouse in the building. But I stood strong and said NO! If a user wants to disinfect their keyboard and mouse, have their department buy some Lysol wipes.

As for the dirty keyboard picture, here's my submission:  http://i49.tinypic.com/29n6zj4.jpg

It's taken from a timeclock in my building that mechanics use.

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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tnrccola

Which Post Office do you work at?

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Caboose

 I don't work at a post office, sorry...

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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lunchbox73

Pssh. That picture is nothing compared to the keyboards I saw daily at a metal fabricating plant I used to work at. I don't have any pictures but they were naaaasty.

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Caboose

 I had some keyboards that were about a million times worse than the one pictured, but they were disposed of in the summer...

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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gendoikari1

How is this supposed to lower the spread of germs? My guess is being deliberately awful enough so that nobody would dare use it.

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Paul_Lilly

The idea is that instead of mashing the keys on a public keyboard (like those at an Internet Cafe), a collapsible keyboard makes it feasible to bring your own plank and avoid getting cooties.

-Paul Lilly

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Queenof1

exactly why I don't use the company provided pc in the break room. ewww.

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