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Originally posted by christoph
I am from Mass and the river the tap water comes from is disgusting. I'd rather drink bottled that's for sure! The mini waterfall in front of the mills is dark brown.
In Texas now though and the water is NOT any better the tap if I let water evaporate leaves a weird crystal white residue that sticks to what it's on like glue so I don't drink that either.edit on 2-1-2013 by christoph because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by samlf3rd
reply to post by amkia
No, I am sure that we are at breaking-points in nearly all aspects of our existence. We want more money, better food, cleaner water, cleaner environments, eco-solutions, better education systems, no more dumb-laws like these, and unity. That is what we all want and I am sure our message will be heard and eventually taken care of.
Originally posted by Lagrimas
Sometimes though Im in town and i feel a bit sick, maybe Im getting flu, or maybe Ive got a bit too hot that day, or Im tired or even hung over.
On that day I am happy to be able to pop in a shop and buy a bottle of water.
Cities are big, and most people drink tap water... but that still doesn't mean that every so often all these people aren't going to have a bad day and need some fresh healthy tasteless refreshment. that is why shops have it on their shelves, so that people who need a quick hit of refreshment can get it.
We don't want people being sick in the middle of town, do we?
edit on 2-1-2013 by Lagrimas because: (no reason given)