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    ...a chemical which is responsible for the deaths of hundreds, if not thousands, of children and adults every year? What if you were told that this deadly chemical is readily available to the general public? In fact, this deadly chemical can be easily transported onto commercial aircraft, easily passing through security checkpoints. What if you were told that there are currently NO restrictions on ownership of this deadly chemical? None. Nada. Zilch. Would you support its being banned?

    What is this deadly chemical? It is sometimes referred to as 'dihydrogenmonoxide'.
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    Others call it H2O....or water.
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    Complete irresponsibility on the part of the bottlers. I always knew my Dasani was gonna kill me!
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    • #3
      LOL if you ban water then your banning over 80% of yourself as we are bags of mostly water.

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      • #4
        I saw something like that. Some 7th grader did a report for his class where he came up with tons of ways "dihydrogenmonoxide" can harm people. He asked should it be banned. 47 said yes. 2 Said they weren't sure. 1 said "isn't that just water?" The title of his project was "How Guilible are We?"



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        • #5
          Huh?? How would water kill some one??

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          • #6
            People never drown. Never.

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            • #7
              Do they mix it with somthun else thats not considered dangerous or what?

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              • #8
                Wow! And to think i consume a whole bunch of that stuff everyday. I am as good as dead.
                "To each his own"

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                • #9
                  Coward, the reasons the kid gave are very true.

                  1. "Dihydrogenmonoxide" in its gaseous state (i.e. vapor) can severly burn or even kill a person.
                  2. It can drown a person.
                  3. It causes erosion
                  4. It is a major component in acid rain.
                  5. It can rust lots of different kinds of metals

                  He named many more, I can't recall them all.

                  He then said things like "With current legislation, it can be transported easily across borders, there is no way to test for it, it doesn't have a smell or taste, etc....

                  Parents, watch your children carefully. Water can be deadly!!


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