Pointlessness of Humanity

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#22 Mar 27, 2013
EraserX wrote:
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Because of my contrarian nature, I must point out that polar fleece is made from plastic and that stuff is pretty soft. Plastic toilet paper might be a great idea.
Or even better - fiberglass - betcha'' that would get you really clean!!!

Hmmmmm...recyclable sh*t paper - kinda' like the old "community rags?"

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#23 Mar 27, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Or even better - fiberglass - betcha'' that would get you really clean!!!
Hmmmmm...recyclable sh*t paper - kinda' like the old "community rags?"
They can make plastics out of corn now that makes the product more biodegradable. That would be the biggest downside to plastic toilet paper... Hmm. Let me think on this a bit and get back to you.

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#24 Mar 27, 2013
EraserX wrote:
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They can make plastics out of corn now that makes the product more biodegradable. That would be the biggest downside to plastic toilet paper... Hmm. Let me think on this a bit and get back to you.
No thanks...just my luck I'd get the recycling end of this business deal.

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#25 Mar 27, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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No thanks...just my luck I'd get the recycling end of this business deal.
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We can bring back the whole "night soil" industry. And, frankly, I think might be a good thing if folks had to step up and deal with the sh*t they create.

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#26 Mar 27, 2013
EraserX wrote:
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We can bring back the whole "night soil" industry. And, frankly, I think might be a good thing if folks had to step up and deal with the sh*t they create.
Need you lawn fertilized?

Milorganite is the trademark of a biosolids fertilizer produced by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. The District captures wastewater from the metropolitan Milwaukee area, including local industries. This water is then treated at the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with microbes to digest nutrients that are found in it. Cleaned water is then returned to Lake Michigan. The resulting microbes are then dried at temperatures ranging from 900&#8304;-1200&#8304; F. Surviving pathogens are unlikely and daily tests confirm the absence of pathogens. The Milorganite program is one of the world’s largest recycling efforts; the low impact formulation was designed to recycle valuable nutrients for use on turf and gardens, reducing the need for manufactured nutrients or mined materials for fertilization. Milorganite contains virtually no salts, so it never burns plants – even in the hottest temperatures and driest conditions. You also don’t have to water it in; it will stay in the soil ready to work when moisture comes later. Each application feeds for 8-10 weeks, resulting in fewer applications.

Nothin' like your putting your neighbor's sh!t on your lawn.

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Powellton WV

#27 Mar 27, 2013
Only on Offbeat could the discussion
go from the "Pointlessness Of Humanity"
to plastic sh1t paper. LOL

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Powellton WV

#28 Mar 27, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Need you lawn fertilized?
Milorganite is the trademark of a biosolids fertilizer produced by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. The District captures wastewater from the metropolitan Milwaukee area, including local industries. This water is then treated at the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with microbes to digest nutrients that are found in it. Cleaned water is then returned to Lake Michigan. The resulting microbes are then dried at temperatures ranging from 900&#8304;-1200&#8304; F. Surviving pathogens are unlikely and daily tests confirm the absence of pathogens. The Milorganite program is one of the world’s largest recycling efforts; the low impact formulation was designed to recycle valuable nutrients for use on turf and gardens, reducing the need for manufactured nutrients or mined materials for fertilization. Milorganite contains virtually no salts, so it never burns plants – even in the hottest temperatures and driest conditions. You also don’t have to water it in; it will stay in the soil ready to work when moisture comes later. Each application feeds for 8-10 weeks, resulting in fewer applications.
Nothin' like your putting your neighbor's sh!t on your lawn.
It's scary that you know this. lol

I'll just stick w/horse manure:)

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#29 Mar 27, 2013
arctic wrote:
Only on Offbeat could the discussion
go from the "Pointlessness Of Humanity"
to plastic sh1t paper. LOL
Shush...we're discussing a business deal...lol

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Orion's Belt

#30 Mar 27, 2013
arctic wrote:
Only on Offbeat could the discussion
go from the "Pointlessness Of Humanity"
to plastic sh1t paper. LOL
What worries me about plastic crap wrap is the Chinese hearing about it and thinking it a good idea.
The Paisan

Huntington, NY

#31 Mar 27, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Need you lawn fertilized?
Milorganite is the trademark of a biosolids fertilizer produced by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. The District captures wastewater from the metropolitan Milwaukee area, including local industries. This water is then treated at the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with microbes to digest nutrients that are found in it. Cleaned water is then returned to Lake Michigan. The resulting microbes are then dried at temperatures ranging from 900&#8304;-1200&#8304; F. Surviving pathogens are unlikely and daily tests confirm the absence of pathogens. The Milorganite program is one of the world’s largest recycling efforts; the low impact formulation was designed to recycle valuable nutrients for use on turf and gardens, reducing the need for manufactured nutrients or mined materials for fertilization. Milorganite contains virtually no salts, so it never burns plants – even in the hottest temperatures and driest conditions. You also don’t have to water it in; it will stay in the soil ready to work when moisture comes later. Each application feeds for 8-10 weeks, resulting in fewer applications.
Nothin' like your putting your neighbor's sh!t on your lawn.
It's funny you mention Milorganite.....I use it.
I use it mainly to keep the deer away as they do not like the odor. The local gardening center specifically markets this stuff to people who want to keep the deer away. I didn't think there was a drawback until last year. We had relandscaped the front yard and by doing so we now have an area where the water does not drain well and the lawn stays muddy/damp almost all the time. The drawback being that I can smell the milorganite.....yeah, it smells like sewage. I may not use it in that area this year because of that......

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The Paisan

Huntington, NY

#32 Mar 27, 2013
Fisherman 808 wrote:
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That's why I use Spotted Owls.
http://earthfix.opb.org/flora-and-fauna/artic...
I agree....They are great for the big messy jobs. But if you dealing with a smaller issue you can use piping plovers, I find they work great....and you can keep a few in the glove compartment in case you need to pull over when yuo get the urge.

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#33 Mar 27, 2013
The Paisan wrote:
<quoted text>
It's funny you mention Milorganite.....I use it.
I use it mainly to keep the deer away as they do not like the odor. The local gardening center specifically markets this stuff to people who want to keep the deer away. I didn't think there was a drawback until last year. We had relandscaped the front yard and by doing so we now have an area where the water does not drain well and the lawn stays muddy/damp almost all the time. The drawback being that I can smell the milorganite.....yeah, it smells like sewage. I may not use it in that area this year because of that......
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They used to use it at the old County Stadium until a couple of ex-players were diagnosed with incurable cancer.

I can't get near that stuff to even put it down.

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#34 Mar 27, 2013
arctic wrote:
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It's scary that you know this. lol
I'll just stick w/horse manure:)
It's actually made in Milwaukee.

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Since: Nov 10

Powellton WV

#35 Mar 27, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Shush...we're discussing a business deal...lol
LOL

Fine.
The little woman will just go sit
in the corner w/my thumbs up my butt
while you guys talk business.
B-long

United States

#36 Mar 27, 2013
DC tells it like it is wrote:
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What worries me about plastic crap wrap is the Chinese hearing about it and thinking it a good idea.
Then they'll market it to us by selling it to Wal-Mart..

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Hoosierville

#37 Mar 27, 2013
Is that what that is?

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#38 Mar 27, 2013
arctic wrote:
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LOL
Fine.
The little woman will just go sit
in the corner w/my thumbs up my butt
while you guys talk business.
...notgoingtosayit,notgoingtos ayit,notgoingtosayit,notgoing. ...

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Hoosierville

#39 Mar 27, 2013
arctic wrote:
Only on Offbeat could the discussion
go from the "Pointlessness Of Humanity"
to plastic sh1t paper. LOL
":One in-the-same 'my' good man!" ?or woman?
It's kinda like which came 1st?

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Powellton WV

#40 Mar 27, 2013
EraserX wrote:
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...notgoingtosayit,notgoingtos ayit,notgoingtosayit,notgoing. ...
Watch it X;) lol

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Powellton WV

#41 Mar 27, 2013
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
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":One in-the-same 'my' good man!" ?or woman?
It's kinda like which came 1st?
My vote is Woman:) LOL

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