If as I said the person in question washes thouroughly the watch when showering every night, there should be no accumulated junk. I've had the health inspector walk into my kitchen while I was wearing a watch and he didn't freak out. In fact he didn't even notice. Jeesh, if you're going to get up to your elbows in stuffing, or egg salad or tuna, the prudent thing is to take the thing off. The question was why the watch stank. We all know what sanitation requirements are. We know what is supposed to be done. Do we always adhere to the rules? Do we sometimes bend those rules for expediency? Is there any room for compromise?
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12/13/10 at 10:29am