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Old 03-02-2012, 06:20 PM   #1
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Dihydrogen Monoxide Warning

It's time for the annual Dihydrogen Monoxide Warning.
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Old 03-03-2012, 09:43 AM   #4
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Man last night it was like we were swimming in it.. It was all around us, above us, below us, Beside us, In front of us, Behind us, It was everywhere, it was everywhere.
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So, What is it. I read all about it and still don't know, but yes it sounds like it's every where. Watch out....I think there's some in my MH...
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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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I used a Dihydrogen Monoxide magnet to get ride of mine. The hard part was getting it off the magnet. I'd tell you where I disposed of it....... but the statute of limitations hasn't run out.








Doesn't this belong in the "Thread Killer" thread?
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So, What is it. I read all about it and still don't know, but yes it sounds like it's every where. Watch out....I think there's some in my MH...
I also went to the website and read about it, but I still don't understand what the heck it is. Could someone explain it in terms I can understand?
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I also went to the website and read about it, but I still don't understand what the heck it is. Could someone explain it in terms I can understand?
Dihydrogen monoxide hoax - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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YA think it'll kill mice in the RV??????
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Isn't this warning a month early? We don't normally get real problems till somewhere near the start of April.
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It's part of March Fools Day. Really...
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Yup, That's some bad stuff. It even dilutes the acid in ones stomach.
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