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Old 03-03-2012, 01:43 PM   #15
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LOL Thanks Sarah, I didn't see that one coming.
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The best purification method I have found is to freeze it and drown it in scotch. At this point it is safe for human consumption.
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bsirby, I have some swampland in AZ I can sell you.... Cheap!

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When I first read this, I thought...Hey, I brush my teeth with this stuff! NO, that's 3% Hydrogen Peroxide! Wonder if I ingest a pound of this stuff, will I get this 15 minutes back? Bob
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This stuff is really dangerous unless you get it dehydrated.
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Old 03-03-2012, 08:55 PM   #20
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The best purification method I have found is to freeze it and drown it in scotch. At this point it is safe for human consumption.
Not true as it will leach out of the frozen cubes and enter the scotch. Better to simply keep the bottle in the fridge and drink it straight! Better safe than sorry.
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YA think it'll kill mice in the RV??????
Are you having mice problems too? We can bring a cat or two over if you want. I think Tomiko (the one I had on the leash) can do it!
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Like a duck

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I let warnings like this wash off me like water off a ducks back.

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Last night we had a severe dihydrogen monoxide *warning. *There was a risk of excessive accumulation and sudden *release of dihydrogen monoxide. * It is heavier than air and tends to settle and get trapped in the valleys so we fell safer where we live in the higher elevations.
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Not true as it will leach out of the frozen cubes and enter the scotch. Better to simply keep the bottle in the fridge and drink it straight! Better safe than sorry.
Very true, it leaches into the scotch and compromises the purity.
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Global warming has made it more wide spread and dangerous. Wearing sun screen helps protect you from high dosages.
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Yes, but only if you put 4 gallons of it in a 6 gallon bucket. Suspend an empty beer can pierced top to bottom with a sturdy piece of wire on top of the bucket. Smear peanut butter on the can and make sure that it twirls freely so that when the mice try to get the bait, the can will rotate and they fall into the bucket. A ramp to the top of the bucket completes the killing machine.
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As toxic as dihydrogen monoxide is, it's toxicity can be reduced with an antiseptic such as grain alcohol. In fact, gain alcohol is the only recommended antiseptic recommended for reducing the toxicity of dihydrogen monoxide. The more grain alcohol added, the better.
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