posted on Feb, 6 2014 @ 11:02 AM
reply to post by eNumbra
I don't think you can see the water in the toilet bowl from that angle. The toilets are designed to use very little water. The water cascades when
flushed, fast, and with force, to clear the commode but conserving water.
I know you have heard the saying, "If it's yellow, let it mellow; if it's brown flush it down."
Some systems are contained and require emptying. Closed systems are limited in how much water or waste they can hold. Honey dipping is a big and
lucrative business in many places.
Take it from an old country gal. I grew up in a rural area. We had well water for drinking. We bathed in heated spring water and washed our hair with
rain water. It was practical, though I am sure that some will call it primitive. Too bad those, will never know the joy and pleasure of living the
simple life and a time were some basics were free for all. A time when community meant sharing, respect, guardianship and protection for the common
good. A time long past and for many forgotten.