Originally Posted by mattathayde
well hair, maybe not, but catching hepatitis which if some one is infected wouldnt be to hard to catch it, a computer not working, well i would argue that it cant be dangerous depending on circumstance.
agree that smoking nylon is bad. the metal being in the coal, depending what the metal is, is more than likely not bad
My point is that people have a right to get a little worried if there are hazardous chemicals coming through their hose. You can't just brush it off as something to be accepted.
Having something that does not work or is a minor inconvenience is not a good parallel to inhaling harmful and potentially deadly chemicals.
As a side note if you catch hep from a hair in your soup that hair would have to be dripping with body fluid. the hair can not transfer hepatitis. Also please show me a circumstance when a computer not working could be as dangerous as inhaling burning plastic for prolonged periods of time.