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The Silent Killer?

MFS62
Jun 06 2005 02:16 PM

Do you think the Government should ban this substance?

http://www.dhmo.org/

Later

seawolf17
Jun 06 2005 02:23 PM

Funny. I like how they even have MSDS for it.

ScarletKnight41
Jun 06 2005 02:26 PM

Penn & Teller had a good time with that in their Showtime series. They had a girl asking people to sign a petition protesting it. When she wore a normal bra she got no attention, but when she wore a really good pushup bra the guys were signing it no questions asked. Too funny.

Willets Point
Jun 06 2005 02:30 PM

I have to admit, I'm addicted to Dihydrogen Monoxide. I take in several liters of it per day. It's a good thing my employers don't do drug testing, it would be certain to be found in my urine and blood tests. I hope they don't ban Dihydrogen Monoxide, I'd die without it. Really.

metsmarathon
Jun 06 2005 05:14 PM

"Quantities of dihydrogen monoxide have been found in almost every stream, lake, and reservoir in America today."

i love it. what streams, lakes and reservoirs was it not found in?

Willets Point
Jun 06 2005 05:27 PM

The Passaic River perhaps?

SwitchHitter
Jun 07 2005 06:58 PM

There are some bayous around here where it's only found some of the time. I expect there are rivers and streams elsewhere that fit that description. Heck, if I checked the bayou by the elementary school, it'd be DHMO-free right now, though a few weeks ago, there was a great deal of it there.

mlbaseballtalk
Jun 07 2005 10:02 PM

SwitchHitter wrote:
There are some bayous around here where it's only found some of the time. I expect there are rivers and streams elsewhere that fit that description. Heck, if I checked the bayou by the elementary school, it'd be DHMO-free right now, though a few weeks ago, there was a great deal of it there.


Don McLean sings about a dried up one in American Pie

"Drove my chevy to the Levee but the Levee was dry"

If you want to take the literal meaning. Figuerativly The Levee was a real bar in New Rochelle that McLean frequented that sank into Pelham Bay

Steve