Tis the season of germs, everywhere you turn and in every nook and cranny of just about any place you visit.
Kids tend to be the most at risk at school, being in contact with so many people from teachers and particularly other sick kids. Work hardly is any better with employees trying desperately to come to work not feeling well and all too easily spread germs on their keyboards, mouse or every single hand rail and light switch in the entire building.
You'd think perhaps you'd get some sort of respite when you venture out beyond the office or school, but germs run roughshod over the majority of places you can think of, and the movie theater is no different.
Oscar season runs parallel with the time colds and flus are at their peak, so the movie theater has more than its fair share of germs and bacteria floating about, whether it is the person next to you coughing up a storm or that ticket taker in the front lobby who's wipes his runny nose with every ticket he rips.
Whatever is a movie fan supposed to do, especially those who enjoy movies inside the theater when it is cold outside, and there's really nothing else left to do outdoors? The best bet is to identify areas in the movie theater where germs congregate exclusively, and the place to start is that arm rest you're so partial to every time you go.
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