posted on Oct, 14 2005 @ 05:33 PM
well, personally, I don't like chlorine, can they ban that from the water, it makes my hands break out.....and it also demages peoples lungs if they
routinely go into indoor pool areas....
and I don't reallly like pinesol, matter of fact alot of people are like me and have adverse reactions from it. can we at least ban that from the
and, well, I'm back being a printer and well, I can smell those chemicals all night long while I am trying to sleep. It stinks, and according to
the reports I've read from places like the EPA and Osha, those chemicals cause asthma! can we ban that from my workplace? maybe we could print with
water colors instead.
and then there is those danged campfires burning in the summer and fireplaces in the winter!! they throw off more pollution that cigarettes ever
dreamt of doing!! they should really be banned!
and, well, the perfume really must go!!
But, ya know, I was chatting with a person from amish country awhile back. he made a good point. he doesn't drive a car, and quite frankly, the
cars spook his horses was too often. he lives in a nice little quiet community with others of the same faith. they were wondering if maybe they
could....um...ban the cars from the highway that goes through it?
and then there is that child in la, she really wishes that we'd ban the buses, it's causing her lungs not to form properly and well, her asthma is
keeping her home way too often.
then there's that lound music coming from the cars that go by my house, I know, on it's own, it looks more like just an irratation than anything.
but when it's keeping you up all hours of the night and well, you are becomming sleep deprived because of it, it becomes a healthrisk...can we ban
and well, people bother me, so can we ban YOU!!
SORRY, I still think it's just a case of scapegoating. the pollution that we are pumping in the air is making many of us sick, and heaven forbid we
should have to give up any of those nice comforts that causes that pollution, so it's just easier to blame a select group of habits....smoking, fast
food resturants, ect....
sooner or later, the smokers will be gone, who will be the next scapegoat?