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Castratrix

Frisco, TX

#21 Oct 31, 2010
Will you continue to drink coffee, tea or tap water in restaurants after fluoridation?
goldie the fish

El Dorado, AR

#22 Nov 1, 2010
Re: fluoridation, to people with fish and fish tanks. There's no telling what that is going to do. So it could be goodbye fish. The clorine kills fish, what about fluoridation? Also, I have a friend that lived in Texas as a child with fluoridation. It does change your teeth.
Castratrix

Dallas, TX

#23 Jan 7, 2011
Castratrix

Frisco, TX

#24 Feb 5, 2011
When I tried to copy and paste an interesting section of this, Topix informed me that comments can not exceed 4,000 characters.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php...
Castratrix

Frisco, TX

#25 Feb 24, 2011
Whaat

United States

#26 Feb 25, 2011
Billy Mansheimer wrote:
<quoted text>
His Grandmother is always right. Maybe your Grandmother is wrong.
No Colonel Sanders, you are wrong. My grandmother is right.
meow

El Dorado, AR

#27 Feb 25, 2011
Me thinks that's a bit scary. Mr Castratrix. Time to go back buying bottled water again. For drinking and cooking.
catherder

Pine Bluff, AR

#28 Feb 25, 2011
Why not just add a few antibiotics and some growth harmones and we could be managed just like a chicken. We could even throw in something that would make our children smarter, after all we do need more education.
enlighten me

United States

#29 Feb 25, 2011
catherder wrote:
Why not just add a few antibiotics and some growth harmones and we could be managed just like a chicken. We could even throw in something that would make our children smarter, after all we do need more education.
Would be better than paying a set salary to all these unmotivated public employees
Castratrix

Frisco, TX

#30 Feb 26, 2011
Castratrix

Dallas, TX

#31 Apr 16, 2011
Radiation in fluoridation chemicals:

http://www.health101.org/art_fluoridation.htm
Not Bubba

Frisco, TX

#32 May 21, 2011
Common Sense Dont Waste

El Dorado, AR

#33 May 22, 2011
Sounds like a waste of money to me. How much water with the treatment will go to flushing toliets, washing clothes, washing dishes, watering the yard, and taking baths? Seems like if we wanted it, we could buy treated water by the gallon for drinking water and save all those wasted dollars.
Not Bubba

Frisco, TX

#34 May 22, 2011
Should we also add lithium to El Do water?

http://www.thedaily.com/page/2011/05/22/05221...
two coppers

El Dorado, AR

#35 May 22, 2011
this was state mandated, not something the water company dreamed up to do. By state law, they have to do it. http://www.ada.org/news/5572.aspx
Tha Truth

El Dorado, AR

#36 May 22, 2011
I suppose all the fish in tha rivers and oceans will have nice pretty teeth from the run off.
Right

El Dorado, AR

#37 May 22, 2011
Common Sense Dont Waste wrote:
Sounds like a waste of money to me. How much water with the treatment will go to flushing toliets, washing clothes, washing dishes, watering the yard, and taking baths? Seems like if we wanted it, we could buy treated water by the gallon for drinking water and save all those wasted dollars.
Think they'll raise our bill AGAIN, for this unwanted service? Plus now we have to buy bottled water to avoid the flouride and so, further contribute to pollution with all that plastic. Wish the GOV would stay out of our personal bizz.
Nosy

El Dorado, AR

#38 May 23, 2011
Will it make my car all shiny after a wash?
not rudger

El Dorado, AR

#39 May 23, 2011
Right wrote:
<quoted text>
Think they'll raise our bill AGAIN, for this unwanted service? Plus now we have to buy bottled water to avoid the flouride and so, further contribute to pollution with all that plastic. Wish the GOV would stay out of our personal bizz.
I believe you can thank the american dental association for this more than the government. The dentists were afraid that some small percentage of the people somewhere couldn't afford toothpaste (which we all know contains flouride)and this would be the only tooth protection they would get. But I do agree with you on the government. in the end they were the ones who passed it and made it law.
Castratrix

United States

#40 Jul 23, 2011
On Coast to Coast AM, show begins at midnight, 1200 AM KOAI, San Antonia, better reception on the web on many radio station websites or iHeart app on some mobile devices, the primary guest will be Paul Connett, Excutive Director of the Fluoride Action Network. He is to discuss the truth about fluoride and how this toxic chemical has no real health benefits whatsoever.

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