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2013-06-16 09:18:32 PM
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snocone: This is carbon copy the same derp foisted off when lead was finally removed from gas.

The old lies are the old lies, but so what when pop history only goes back 10 years or so?


You do realize that lead is a potent neurotoxin and its removal has had positive social consequences?
2013-06-16 04:26:45 PM
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rhondajeremy: So if coal tar is so toxic to humans, why is it used in topical preparations for people with psoriasis? I use a coal tar shampoo to keep mine at bay. Is this a different kind of coal tar?


Same stuff, different doses. An abstract from 1995 on the issue
 
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