You just don't get it, do you, Andrew? I'm not a food safety expert (are you?), but for the sake of argument let's assume that your assertion that salmonella on chickens for human consumption is no safety issue. So, why then the 7.5% regulation? It's either safe (as you assert) or it isn't. You either need no regulation or you need a way, way stricter one, like zero-tolerance. And who came up with the 7.5%? Not 7, not 8, but 7.5%? And, as a side note, very revealing, your remark about "the nuts in the house".
And who is making all the fuzz here about monitor flicker? It's you, Andrew. You can't stop attacking me over it. It's an issue for some people and so your assertion that it is a non-issue is incorrect. People should be aware of it and increasingly are becoming aware of it, in part "thanks" to more LED monitors being sold, many of them with too low a pulse width modulation frequency. And yes, I wanted to know as much as possible about it before I plunked down a wad of money on a new monitor. Is that OK with you?