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I know everybody is just totally consumed with the implications of Deutsche bank disposing of judge Esther Salas' family over the weekend, and wondering why every Bain client seems to be restructuring society to suit their needs since February.. This no doubt is hard to stop thinking about , and there is rarely a social situation where the whole group isnt giving their two cents worth, however I would like to remind people, "wot wiv Covid an everyfink" , of a much larger issue. Liquid chalk. I call it 'chalkgate'. I had the pleasure of testing my mettle at an gym recently and had to use liquid chalk. I spent the whole night breathing onto my hands to dry it , and that didnt seem logical, given I only put it on my fingers. Is there some actual classical science behind the banning of chalk? I know it would be alot nicer as an employee to not have to clean the stuff up each night or morning , but for me it was annoying enough to avoid going indoors again. I cant imagine isopropyl being especially good for the skin either. Is there some studies that I can read, about this decision to not use chalk?