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Originally posted by nixie_nox
And for all the idiots who think the EPA has nothing better to do, remember that the next time you go to the tap for a drink of water, it isnt full of mercury, dirt, and poo thanks to EPA regulation.
Check out the EPA website for the superfund sites in your area and there are some that are not so pretty.
oh brother! You are trying to tell me now that people who have asthma are getting it from hay on farms?
Yes, I certainly did. I did it because it happens. It is real. The division between grasses that die on the pampas, plains or steppes around the world and the much smaller amount that die because we harvest, store and feed them to animals is simply how you decide to perceive it.
You just compared a natural occurance to a man made one.
Well, those houses obviously need to be considered hazardous waste sites. Tear those houses down and truck them to a special landfill where the leachate can be captured and dried.
Originally posted by Suspiria
I wonder what they would say to the upsurge in the usage of hay as insulation and, as a result of it making walls so thick, soundproofing in some UK homes.
It's become quite fashionable for those who can afford to build their own homes.
I just wanted to let you know that all those grasses that we cut to make hay occur naturally, in the wild.
Where in the world Does hectares up hectares of hay occur naturally? And I am not talking about wild, natural grasses. I am talking hay the way it is.