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(LA Times)   You don't need the Mythbusters to confirm that 2.6-billion-year-old water tastes terrible. You just need a Canadian scientist with nothing better to do than taste prehistoric liquids on behalf of science   (articles.latimes.com) divider line 2
    More: Spiffy, Canadians, Mythbusters, noble gases, gold mines, tap water, liquids, fissures, salts  
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2013-06-17 09:29:11 PM  
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FormlessOne: DarkSoulNoHope: PsyLord: I've always wondered why there is an expiration date on bottled water...

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I am curious how "Mario" turned out to become an expiration date?

Please tell me you're kidding...


I am, I just thought Mar10 looked funny that way.
2013-06-17 06:53:43 PM  
1 votes:
Don't drink it, you fool!

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