From: "Vernono O" Here on

"Myrl" <wisgroup_leader(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> On Aug 13, 9:01 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
>
>> Do not eat yellow snow.-
>
>
> Mark - Wasn't you, who said that urine was more pure than saliva;-)
>

No, It was me.
You don't believe it?
It's also more germ / virus free than your blood.

Your kitchen sink is more dangerous than your toilet.

For men (most) who wash their hands after going to urinate, the optimum
would be to wash hands BEFORE to prevent contamination of the penis.

Oh, yes women should wipe from front to back rather than back to front.

They don't teach this stuff in grade or high school. They don't have time
after spending time on condoms.


From: Coleah on
On Aug 13, 9:44 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
> Coleah wrote:
> > Plastic bottles aren't a particular scare for me.
>
> Plastic bottles are a real environmental issue. They
> add a lot of chemical to the waste stream. They also
> are found way out to sea. Two weeks ago I was 60 miles off the south
> shore of LI and there was an area of garbage floating by...with seven or
> eight bottled water bottles in the mix.

I agree. Some people are just pigs!
I sure understand the disposal issue, but don't have a real fear of
drinking something packaged in a plastic bottle.

I drink a lot of Diet 7-Up in 1 liter bottles and save them for
recycling projects. New uses are being created all the time. Some
states charge a $.05 deposit on plastic bottles which has really
assisted in getting them out of trash an into the recycling
industry.




From: Myrl on
On Aug 14, 9:14 am, "Vernono O" <Here @there> wrote:
> "Myrl" <wisgroup_lea...(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1187066021.879551.306060(a)m37g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
>
> > On Aug 13, 9:01 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
>
> >> Do not eat yellow snow.-
>
> > Mark - Wasn't you, who said that urine was more pure than saliva;-)
>
> No, It was me.
> You don't believe it?
> It's also more germ / virus free than your blood.
>
> Your kitchen sink is more dangerous than your toilet.
>
> For men (most) who wash their hands after going to urinate, the optimum
> would be to wash hands BEFORE to prevent contamination of the penis.
>
> Oh, yes women should wipe from front to back rather than back to front.
>
> They don't teach this stuff in grade or high school. They don't have time
> after spending time on condoms.


I honestly don't know which would be safer. But that's why I bleach
my kitchen sink regularly, right along with my sponges. I do the same
for the toilet. But I wouldn't drink out of either;-)

I knew about the wiping from front to back. . .Gals can get nasty
yeast and other infections from wiping the other direction;-(

Vernon - You're just a barrel of information this morning;-)


From: "Vernono O" Here on

"Myrl" <wisgroup_leader(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> On Aug 14, 9:14 am, "Vernono O" <Here @there> wrote:
>> "Myrl" <wisgroup_lea...(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>
>> news:1187066021.879551.306060(a)m37g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
>>
>> > On Aug 13, 9:01 pm, Mark Probert <markprob...(a)lumbercartel.com> wrote:
>>
>> >> Do not eat yellow snow.-
>>
>> > Mark - Wasn't you, who said that urine was more pure than saliva;-)
>>
>> No, It was me.
>> You don't believe it?
>> It's also more germ / virus free than your blood.
>>
>> Your kitchen sink is more dangerous than your toilet.
>>
>> For men (most) who wash their hands after going to urinate, the optimum
>> would be to wash hands BEFORE to prevent contamination of the penis.
>>
>> Oh, yes women should wipe from front to back rather than back to front.
>>
>> They don't teach this stuff in grade or high school. They don't have
>> time
>> after spending time on condoms.
>
>
> I honestly don't know which would be safer. But that's why I bleach
> my kitchen sink regularly, right along with my sponges. I do the same
> for the toilet. But I wouldn't drink out of either;-)
>
> I knew about the wiping from front to back. . .Gals can get nasty
> yeast and other infections from wiping the other direction;-(
>
> Vernon - You're just a barrel of information this morning;-)
>
>

I love iconic beliefs.


From: "Vernono O" Here on

"Jan Drew" <jdrew1374(a)sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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> http://www.newstarget.com/z021962.html


Define "Tap water"
Is that something like faucet water?
For most of my early life I lived in a house that used water from an
underground spring about 300 feet down. It was artesian, but we had a pump
and storage tank to get better pressure. We had taps (faucets) in the
kitchen and upstairs bathrooms (after about ten years). So I guess I grew
up on "Tap water".

When in California my water was "city water" The water came from a common
very deep well to about 150 houses. The water was not treated or filtered.
Hmm. I wonder what we should call that. One thing we could say is that it
had no contact with PVC or any plastic or lead.