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htgage3 at chartermi.net
Thu Oct 29 20:01:39 EDT 2009
I'm sorry to add this so late in the week, but also fluoride is used in RAT POISON! And they use it in our drinking water???!!! A much simpler method of getting rid of mice and rats is something that we all like to drink some or a lot of....Pop! Yes! A very carbonated drink of something that is sweet is very good for Mr and Mrs Rodent, who carry diseases that ought not to be mentioned! It's cheap, and doesn't hurt or kill kids if they get into it or pets either! Why? you might ask. Well, you and I, and pets, can "BURPP" whereas rodents (mice and rats) can't. Their stomachs blow up from the carbonation, and they like the sweet very, very much. Read of one guy that had a service station that was being over ran by rats. He tried this method, putting soda into pie tins and setting out several of them. The next day, his workers and him picked up about two bushel baskets of dead rats! How's that rate to D-Con? How much do they have to ingest to kill them? This is the way that I'd take care of the rats in a city situation. Any comments?
---- "Fred A. Miller" <fmiller at lightlink.com> wrote:
> Mike McMullin wrote:
> > On Sat, 2009-10-24 at 23:01 -0400, David McGlone wrote:
> >> On Saturday 24 October 2009 19:30:13 Fred A. Miller wrote:
> >>> David McGlone wrote:
> >>> On Wednesday 21 October 2009 07:49:00 l4c wrote:
> >>> Fred A. Miller wrote:
> >>> And, NO.....I don't drink whiskey
> >>> Whats wrong with a little Whiskey? It's delicious! Now beer? Ick.
> >>> There are 2 things in this world that make me dry heave, the smell of
> >>> alcohol and the smell of pure fluoride. My dentist has to keep an empty
> >>> trash can available because I've been known to puke from the smell of pure
> >>> fluoride. Alcohol on the other hand hasn't made me actually vomit, but it
> >>> sure comes close.
> >>> Fluoride is fine to treat teeth with, but is POISON in drinking water!!
> >> I thought fluoride was good in drinking water. I must be wrong.
> > Some municipalities do flouridate their water, for dental health
> > reasons, but above a certain level it is quite toxic.
> Mike, fluoride BUILDS UP in EVERYONE'S bones.....that is a good deal of
> the problem. Second, there are sensitivity problems with ALL systems
> that add it, as far as I know. It simply shouldn't be added to any water
> A REVOLUTIONARY IDEA!
> 'Time to put Nana Pelosi in a home!'
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