Posted by William Charles on October 16, 2019
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Published on October 16th, 2019 | by William Charles

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Recap: Cancer Causing Chemicals In WeWork Phone Booths, AMC Launching On Demand Service & More

 

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Vy
Vy

Remember when Blockbuster tried to set up its own video streaming service?

(Yeah, me neither.)

Debit
Debit

They did. But didn’t follow through with full heart.

Edit: they started mail order. Not streaming.

Matt
Matt

There was a Blockbuster streaming service, but it was after a bankrupt Blockbuster was purchased by Dish Network. It was the Dish Network version of Blockbuster that offered Dish Network customers a service called “Blockbuster Movie Pass.”

Peter
Peter

Not to minimize the issue, but in California where we see Prop 65 warnings everywhere, it’s hard to gauge how serious a “cancer causing” chemical is.

milespoints
milespoints

Biologist here. Most of these “May cause cancer” labels are safely ignored. However, if there was sufficient formaldehyde there to cause eye irritation, then that means the level is quite high. If someone were to be exposed to it for a long time – like, say, spending hours in those phone booths everyday – then you could be talking serious concern.
And of course, what is not mentioned is that all these carcinogens are infinitely more dangerous to pregnant women in the first trimester. If I were to guess I would think Wework tenants tend to be in their 30s so peak reproductive age

Rob
Rob

How is Peapod changing it’s name a New Delivery Service? Very misleading title.

Flea
Flea

I hate glass walls and open-office with a passion, so I for one am glad to see that WeWork is having financial problems. (Not about the phone booths causing potential cancer. That’s just awful). But the principle as a whole? Love to see it go out of business. There’s no better way to see me lose my train of thought, than to make sure that anyone walking down an aisle can see what I’m working on; and has been ever since elementary school math class and the teacher snooping over my shoulder at my thought processes. When my brain output is ready for eyes on it I’ll show you, people.

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