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Chemical Dangers

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    Rather than argue about how good/bad Apple is, consider this:

    Dihydrogen Monoxide Research Division - dihydrogen monoxide info

    apparently, workers at Apple's factorys are being exposed to ultra-high levels of Dihydrogen Monoxide. Read about its dangers at the link above.

    Comments anyone?
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    Oh noze! Think of the chillrens!

    :D

    Marilyn

    [Who wishes to actually thank Bob for the link, because I had misplaced it in my transfer over to a new PC...]
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    You are 21 days too late with this very critical report.
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    How come?
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    What month is it? What day was it 21 days ago?

    A careful analyses of the chemical structure of Dihydrogen Monoxide reveals it has a special relation ship to this month, and to the sudden proliferation of flowers next month. At least in the northern hemisphere.

    Dangerous stuff, Dihydrogen Monoxide. Another common chemical term for it is the universal solvent.

    (queue Jeopardy's thinking music) :D
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    Oh My . . . I just used some solvent to do something. Solvents can cause cancer and remove paint. And I am not too late. Never too late to talk about safety. I am told it is also found in every cancer tumor as well as the milk served to kids.

    Sadly, Obama will probably ban it.
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    The Chinese will never miss a few million of their citizens

    Support Our Troops!!
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    I manage to get some of it on me every day, but, fortunately, I've managed to wipe it off brfore I had a chance to oxidize!
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