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1. jonfletch12 March 2011, 15:17 GMT +01:00


146. xymonau23 July 2011, 12:14 GMT +02:00

I have been revisiting the fluoridation topic recently, and I am so peeved at my government, and the government of the United States - and anyone else who allows fluoridation of their water. it seems we are not even getting pharmaceutical grade fluoride - which is a potent poison, anyway. We are getting the stuff they wash out of the chimneys at aluminium and fertiliser plants - sodium silica fluoride or hydrofluorosilicic acid (I think I've got the spelling right or close). In effect, we are being fed toxic waste - they can't carry this in metal containers, but have to carry the liquid form in rubber-lined tankers as it eats through every kind of metal. It also contains mercury, lead, radium, and a whole range of other contaminants. No testing has ever been done - at least, not with public release of the information - in either the US or Australia. Who cares if it's in our drinking water? I do. Cancer rates (commonly osteo-sarcoma, but others as well), heart disease and brittle teeth and bones, as well as thyroid problems are just a few of the things that have a much higher rate in those places which have fluoridated water. When the fluoride is removed, dental caries decrease, and general health improves. If you think your government wouldn't lie to you, do some research.

Here are links to a couple of videos on the subject, but it doesn't take a lot of searching to find more:
Australian: http://www.firewaterfilm.com/
American: http://australianfluorideaction.com/history/fluoride-history-dr-stanley-monteith/

147. happyture5 August 2011, 8:49 GMT +02:00

Q jumpers, melted chocolate, soft crisps, warm beer, watered done whiskey, being short changed, bigger cameras than mine, more pixels than mine,Sushi,fired mellows, finger prints on my glasses, oh and the list goes on & on& on & on.......

148. xymonau6 August 2011, 10:45 GMT +02:00

Well, someone's got his cranky pants on today, hasn't he?

149. happyture6 August 2011, 14:36 GMT +02:00

British weather, barking dogs, nosey neighbours, brookside tv program, chewing gum on my shoes, cigarette smoke, fowl bloody language. etc etc etc! oh, And washing machines...

150. gesinek6 August 2011, 19:39 GMT +02:00

Washing machines??? What have they done to you???

151. micromoth6 August 2011, 20:12 GMT +02:00

Careful! He'll get agitated and spin out a long story.

152. happyture7 August 2011, 10:22 GMT +02:00

What have they done? what have they done??? I,ll tell you what they have done Gesine, I put the cloths in, added the powder, set it to eco wash, added the fabric conditioner, closed the door and pressed the red button, away it went, filled with water done a few rotations, and then stopped????? Stopped dead, then a little symbol appeared to which i had to find the owners book/manual What did it say, go on have a guess,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,right i,ll tell you, Symbol means that i had put too much washing in the washer for ECO mode to handle, so then i had to press this and press that to empty water and remove items,,,WHY OH WHY didn't it just say something to me before it started,,,I just wish i knew who had written this stupid washer program, cuz i tell you what, Id hang him out to dry ...

153. gesinek7 August 2011, 13:00 GMT +02:00

I hope your cloth are allright. Seems you have one of that washing machines which promise to do everything including going to the internet to get the newest updates, making coffee .... if... you press the right combination of buttons.

154. happyture7 August 2011, 18:38 GMT +02:00

yeah,, do you want to buy it,,its going very cheap!

155. gesinek7 August 2011, 20:07 GMT +02:00

Send a picture

156. happyture8 August 2011, 8:29 GMT +02:00

Grab a bargain while you can Gesine, (sold as seen)


157. xymonau8 August 2011, 11:23 GMT +02:00

Oh, I see the problem, Mikey. That blue wire should be red!

158. gesinek8 August 2011, 17:26 GMT +02:00

Thank you, but I won't take it. That one seem to be to complicated for me. You know women and technics...

159. happyture8 August 2011, 20:25 GMT +02:00

Whatever!!! oh by the way, the draining board isn't for sale as i wash me ferrets on that..

160. xymonau9 August 2011, 12:36 GMT +02:00

An then you puts 'em frew the wringer, right? I hopes you isn't cruel enough to iron 'em.

161. happyture9 August 2011, 13:06 GMT +02:00

I dunner Iron um na, juss hangs um on the washing line a while till they drip dry :O)

162. xymonau11 August 2011, 11:19 GMT +02:00

Don't they object to the safety pins?

163. happyture11 August 2011, 16:03 GMT +02:00

Dezzie dezzie dezzie, they is ferrets how can they hobject to safety pins, or as we call um in old blighty Pegs :O)

164. gesinek12 August 2011, 11:04 GMT +02:00

And it's raining and raining and raining, and.......even the flowers have enough!!! Rubber boat is clear, our cats need swimmies, gardeners need a diving licence, and canoe rentals change to canoe taxis and it's raining and raining and raining.

165. happyture12 August 2011, 12:52 GMT +02:00

Take it its RAINING in Hamburg then?? do you want to borrow my spinner to get your cloths dry ???

166. gesinek12 August 2011, 20:21 GMT +02:00

I thought about it. But I think I go down to my mother-in-law and asked her if I can use her's. But thank you for your offer.

And its not always raining here That's a myth.

167. happyture13 August 2011, 1:39 GMT +02:00

Ha yeah, I know i spent a time in hamburg years ago, very nice place, and i enjoyed the bratwurst/Bockwurst and chips, i can remember walking around a large reservoir that had lovely Koi carp in it :O)

168. xymonau13 August 2011, 10:15 GMT +02:00

@163 - I MEANT safety pins. Ferrets are wriggly little blighters. That's the only way you'd keep 'em on a line! We also call them pegs.

Gesine, I know exactly how you feel. It rained here every day for about a year, and I was ready to leave the country. Thankfully, our winters are dry, and the rain has eased off, with lots of bright, cold days. It has been a cold winter here (for us, anyway), and for once in my life I'm looking forward to summer, but that's only because I now have an air conditioner. Also, I need the long days, as I can't see to drive at night any more.

169. happyture13 August 2011, 15:30 GMT +02:00

@168 - Ferrets are my friends,,,they just smell like some ones died, and so i has to baff um weakly sometimes munthly,

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