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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 10:58 AM
You can't understand what I wrote, Recon?


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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 12:58 PM
Yea linguist I understand what you wrote.....just not the trained thought. I?m working out right now but once ripped I?ll come flex my pex .....and share what perplexes me about what you?ve said....this time


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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 02:41 PM
Sorry, Mikey, you don't need specialist dental care every month, you just need to clean your teeth with a fluoridated toothpaste. Sure, there might be people who haven't got a quid to spend on a tube of toothpaste, but if you are that poor, you've got bigger worries!

Don't drink so many sugary drinks, don't eat sweets last thing at night after brushing your teeth. A good toothcare regime started in early life isn't that hard to achieve. Most poor dental health relating to poor dental hygiene in 1st world nations is totally avoidable.

Whatever the rights and wrongs of adding fluoride to our water supply, it is unnecessary. Giving kids less sticky, sweet crap would be more helpful.


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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 05:07 PM << Modifed October 27 at 5:15PM >>
All of the above is clearly good advice, Emma. However, if you are saying that since good oral hygiene practices are the best defence against tooth decay there is no need to fluoridate the water, then using the same reasoning, we could suggest the following:

The best way to void being killed in a car crash is not to drive like an idiot - therefore, seat belts are unnecessary;

The best way to avoid cancer (at least in this country) is to stay indoors, therefore don't worry about eating carotenoids;

The best way to get people around a big city's CBD is the use of public transport, therefore ban all cars (ok, maybe not such a bad idea);

The best way to listen to music is via a dolby-enhanced surround sound system, therefore transistor radios should be avoided.

Hopefully that conveys the idea. There are many ways to skin a cat (though why one would want to boggles the mind). When our aim is to achieve some desirable goal, I think there is an argument for using all means available, not only the best one.

So unless there is a good, strong case to be made that fluoride has demonstrable harmful effects when used according to current practice, and if evidence exists that it provides benefits, why not use it? To my knowledge no such case has been made.



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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 06:25 PM
here's why I question your aloof concern for consuming poison....besides common sense or in lieu of any near by.
thank God there are still some humans who still care...watch.














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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 06:34 PM
Do you ever offer your own words ... other than insults?


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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 06:42 PM
youre drinking poison Mike.
do you believe me...headtilt...

then listen and read them you should-





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Reply on October 27, 2017 06:59 PM
"Collective Evolution" is one of the least credible sites out there. I'm sure there are more legitimate resources available. You don't further your case using alternative fact based backing.

You can dismiss me all you want and strut your stuff as superior, but you've yet to offer any rebuttal to the discourse at hand.

Do you consider the American Dental Association to be void of credibility? Who's pocket are they in?


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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 07:45 PM
my goodness Mr Wizard how many more roadies do you need to move your bandwagon
you know, when you come across as a prosecuting attorney it annoys me, I've never ever met one I liked. um...who's pockets are they in....aha...good one.
um Mike,,,Michael...hey listen it aint ozzy and Harriet around here anymore. um Hillary sold the rights to our uranium to the bear and Uranus is under surveillance now......so I dont know how to break this to you but....Obama never really cared Bro...and nobody even gets paid to love us. I'm sorry.

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RE: Water
Reply on October 27, 2017 08:40 PM << Modifed October 27 at 8:52PM >>

"Obama never really cared Bro"...and nobody even gets paid to love us...
What's that supposed to mean...

You don't have to continue to show your contempt for him...BRO!,...its been going on forever...and further if you think that jackass sitting in the white house has once ounce of credibility...to me he's an ignorant racist, that's what I believe and nothing the likes of you will say can make that right...now call me whatever you want...if that makes you happy...BRO!

Recon, are you ever going to make sense, and stop all the crap you throw out on this site...I could be wrong, but I often think you've been adding something to your tea or coffee...You just can't make a comment without some kind of personal attack...its just getting to be a bit much, and yet you're always accusing someone of insulting your intelligence.

If you want to believe all the videos/information/ you see and read about anything...do it, but please don't think that makes you some kind of an expert on anything.

We all have opinions here, and I think each and every one that has posted here lately has enough intelligence, and common sense to come to their own conclusion.

Discussions are one thing, but you just go too far...I really think you don't pay attention to what others are posting, you read one word of a comment, and use it to go off...

Just leave it alone...Please!


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