Just a quick update. I've been recording the dates of the "smelly water" for the past year, and there is definitely some sort of pattern. Not a
coincidence. I've also taken samples from those dates, and I've got a "friend" who can find out exactly what they're putting in our water.
Can't say more than that for now, other than "they" are going to be exposed.
There are many ways for the water to be contaminated innocently. For example, if a backflow preventer is defective and the main water pressure drops
then chemicals might be sucked into the main water line and flow into your home. There is a story I heard where molasses was sucked from a factory
into the main water supply and then coated somebody who was taking a shower. I've become sick several times when I drank water that smelled like
chemicals. If you live in an apartment or condominium then water can easily siphon from a neighbor's toilet tank or a janitor's mop sink.
on 14-1-2012 by cloudyday because: (no reason given)
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