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Oil shortages cause surge in petroleum based products, toys, plastics   The Consumer You: Marketplace

Started 4/29/21 by Showtalk; 2838 views.
WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Jun-8

Showtalk said...

We tend to get used to what we are exposed to and adapt.

How does one adapt when constantly exposed to false media lies and government corruption?

Just asking of course!

fwiw

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From: Showtalk 

Jun-8

Fighting it or giving in. A lot of people just ignore it because it’s too crazy for them.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Jun-9

Showtalk said...

Fighting it or giving in. A lot of people just ignore it because it’s too crazy for them.

And will ignoring it make the problem go away? NOPE... it will just continue to get crazier and crazier.

FWIW

 

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From: Showtalk 

Jun-9

Yes, it will. There is a new book coming out to fight it, but I can’t post it here.  Too political.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Jun-10

Showtalk said...

There is a new book coming out to fight it, but I can’t post it here.  Too political.

Then PM me the title of that book.

FWIW

Then the increases when people stopped drinking tap water and went to bottled water which didn't contain fluoride.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

Jun-11

And then you have chlorine used in pools (public and private).

Oh... the list is endless.

FWIW

WALTER784 said:

And then you have chlorine used in pools (public and private).

and some 45 years ago when I was on the varsity swim team, the chlorine helped negate the introduction of -um- something else that I think 99.9% of all swimmers leave behind in the pool when the urge strikes, although only 20% would admit they did and the other 80% just lie and say it was someone else who left a pale yellow cloud spreading around them in the water.

a sign over the door from the locker room to the pool at a major state swim meet:

Welcome to our "ool". Notice there's no P in it. Keep it that way.

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