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  • #48099
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    Anonymous
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    Dihydrogen Monoxide, or DHMO, is a colorless and odorless chemical that kills or maims thousands each year, primarily through accidental inhalation. It has also been revealed to be a causative agent in many environmental exposure incidents, industrial contaminations, automobile accidents, and property damage. The dollar amount losses caused, and the lives impacted, by the DHMO threat are virtually innumerable.

    For more information:

    http://www.dhmo.org/

    Otherwise, enjoy the day.

    #48103
    Whirlibird
    Whirlibird
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    Almost forgot what day it was.

    #48107
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    sledjockey
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    I saw a Watters World or whatever it is called where they were getting a petition signed by people to ban DHMO…. lol

    http://ageofdecadence.com

    #48108
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    Brulen
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    It needs a product warning in Ny and California.

    #48111
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    L Tecolote
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    The dollar amount losses caused, and the lives impacted, by the DHMO threat are virtually innumerable.

    It’s a tough world — lack of DHMO is even deadlier.

    Cry, "Treason!"

    #48114
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    Brulen
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    I just wonder how much arsenic in the rice we eat.

    #48115
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    Anonymous
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    I just wonder how much arsenic in the rice we eat.

    No telling. But the FDA is proposing limits to the arsenic in rice when used as baby food. Still, it’ll take DHMO to cook it, regardless of the arsenic content.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/02/health/fda-proposes-a-limit-on-arsenic-in-rice-cereal-for-babies.html?_r=0

    [The time stamp on this message will be 2 April, but it’s still 13 minutes before midnight here, so I couldn’t resist. I’m going to bed, but having a small bit of DHMO flavored with organic black cherry juice before doing so. The arsenic can wait until tomorrow. We just got a new arsenic cooker anyway, so it’ll be fun to try it out – with added DHMO of course.]

    #48135
    Whirlibird
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    Put a sign up yesterday about the dangers of DHMO.
    On the employee entrance to the pool.
    Even used the full name.

    Not a one “got it”, except the manager.

    Guess the joke was on me.

    #48136
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    Thanks for that. My wife and I laughed out loud. That’s funny.

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