Instead of asking- do you want paper or plastic?-- maybe now we can just say-- do you want paper or a slow, painful death
OMG, stay away from dihydrogen monoxide, too! It’s a killer I tell ya!
posted on 08/06/2007 8:48:43 AM PDT
by Clam Digger
(Hey Bill O'Reilly, you suck! How's that for pithy?)
I saw a recent Penn and Teller piece at an envirowacko gathering where they had their appropriately dressed, slim hipped, blonde ask attensees to sign a petition to ban monohydrogen dioxide.
She told the signees it was every where in the enviroment and was used in the products of many industries. She said it is also an air pollutant. She went on and on with brilliant absolutely envirospeak condemantion.
She even got the event host to sign. He was the only signer she told that the petition was to ban water. He had the most sheepish look I have ever seen as the dawining came that he had been had.
posted on 08/06/2007 8:54:51 AM PDT
(K.E. N.P. +12 . Happiness is a down sleeping bag)
Animal tests have linked bisphenol A which acts like a hormone to problems such as obesity, early puberty, hyperactivity, and abnormal sexual behavior and reproductive cycles.
I was wondering what was wrong with me. Glad to finally know!
posted on 08/06/2007 8:54:58 AM PDT
by Alter Kaker
(Gravitation is a theory, not a fact. It should be approached with an open mind...)
Everyone who comes in contact with bisphenol A will eventually die.
posted on 08/06/2007 8:55:23 AM PDT
(The University of Florida - Still Championship U)
To: Bladerunnuh; Froufrou
This might explain some of my problems.
posted on 08/06/2007 9:04:30 AM PDT
(Keep your friends close; keep your enemies at optimal engagement range)
That's why I drink Keystone Light.
"The 'specially lined' can, makes it taste better!"
posted on 08/06/2007 9:06:41 AM PDT
I've decided that the best course of action is to drop everything and run away to a cave, where I can cower in fear until I expire, hopefully from natural causes.
Either that, or I can just ignore these bums.
Too much dihydrogen monoxide can also cause a terminal case of hypoxia as well.
posted on 08/06/2007 9:08:33 AM PDT
(Killing all of your enemies without mercy is the only sure way of sleeping soundly at night.)
Arsole, Megaphone, Cummingtonite, Munchnones, Moronic Acid, and other silly molecules
posted on 08/06/2007 9:12:35 AM PDT
(School's Out. Drive Safely)
“”Government tests have found bisphenol A used in plastic baby bottles, dental sealants and linings of metal cans in 95% of people studied.””
Oh, Goody, another sector of society to tax.
tests have linked bisphenol A which acts like a hormone to problems such as obesity, early puberty, hyperactivity, and abnormal sexual behavior and reproductive cycles.
Nonsense! I'm a healthy 10 year old who has been exposed to this chemical for all of my life. Now if you will all excuse me I must squeeze through this door to go have lunch, shave, drop a kid, run in circles and have sex with a large kitchen appliance.
posted on 08/06/2007 9:29:49 AM PDT
(Sense... some don't make any, some don't have any - or so the former would appear to the latter.)
It's part of the larger problem of endocrine disrupters, which come from a variety of sources such as plastics that mimic estrogen, phytoestrogens such as in soy, ethinyl estradiol in wastewater treatment effluent, etc.
This may be contributing to the substantial drop in testosterone in men from Massachusetts (http://jcem.endojournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/92/1/196)...
...and may explain certain Democrat politicians:
I will state the obvious. This is connected to the increase in the number of people who are becoming fat.
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