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(   Queensland government to establish panel of scientists to answer their questions about recycled sewer water, such as "What's this corn doing here?"   ( divider line
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234 clicks; posted to Geek » on 20 Dec 2006 at 1:07 AM (10 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2006-12-20 12:12:40 AM  
Greenlighted poop thread?
2006-12-20 01:14:28 AM  
We've been swallowing the government's shiat for years
2006-12-20 02:46:30 AM  
Grey water is perfectly safe to drink...People have been drinking it for months on a hush, hush government program...At least when it made it to fark and the people found that their pipes were cross connected with irrigation water and instead of treated water they were getting grey water to drink.

/I drink non-clorinated and non-floridated water.
//You should too.
///If your drinking water will kill fish..It's time to biatch.
2006-12-20 03:26:08 AM  
My water comes out of a 185' hole in the ground.
Where it was before it got there, I have no idea.
I drink it untreated every day.

/my water has enough calcium and iron to be considered a food supplement.
//orange water, it does a body good
2006-12-20 08:09:29 AM  
/I drink non-clorinated and non-floridated water.
//You should too.
2006-12-21 04:18:54 AM  
I saw the headline as having the word "Queensryche" in it.

/Is Operation Mindcrime Part 17 1/2 out yet?
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