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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 07:24 PM
The way I've treated you, Michael? What - disagreed with what you said? Criticised your sources? Heaven forbid!

I've lost your respect? Dodged a bullet there, didn't I?




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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 07:38 PM << Modifed October 28 at 7:43PM >>
can you hear me...all of you...?
if I cared or not that you liked my voice...I'd still sing.
cant you tell...?
I didnt bring this here to argue or debate my position more right then yours. I was genuinely shocked when I found it...and thought you should know. its really is as simple as that....old saying Tommy dont put that in your mouth. Always Me-

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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 07:43 PM
Behold, the voice of one crying in the wilderness...


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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 07:44 PM
Well okay ya?ll... ?nuff said. I?m out of here.

Ya?ll have a pleasant eve, friend and foe alike. Sincerely..

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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 10:09 PM
Jimi, no intention at all of being hostile. I don't think I have a hostility bone in my body.

But there you go again with the 'industrial waste' catch-cry - it's emotive mumbo-jumbo designed to sway those who can't be bothered thinking about the issue logically, and my opinion of your argument plummets when I see you use it - it means you are arguing on emotion rather than fact.

Sorry if I offended you with the word preachy. I believe it was you who said you were on soapbox.

Anti-vax, too? Do you have any idea of the millions of lives that have been saved around the world by the invention of vaccination? Do you really want to put the next generation at risk of all the old delightful diseases like polio, smallpox, mumps, measles coming back?

Michael, do you ever swim in a pool treated with chlorine - highly toxic stuff? Do you start your day with tea or coffee? Ingest caffeine at the wrong 'dosage' and I think you'll find that's a fairly nasty poison. headache pills? Poisonous! probably made from that industrial waste stuff! Most other medications? Harmful in the wrong amounts.

I think I asked this question before. Has anybody got any concrete evidence of anyone, anywhere, being actually harmed by ingesting fluoride in their treated water supply?


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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 11:10 PM
yes...there is concrete evidence.
they've tested rats with conclusive proof.
everyone of those videos presents varifiable facts had you taken the time. doctors from countries from other than the united states have conclusive evidence also.
but again I ask you for yours ...verifiable evidence that ingesting fluoride daily with your water intake is good for people...? whenever youre ready. ....I swear it amazes me that you could careless that youre facts are based on "so called" evidence from black and white television days without ever being seen proof verifiable. there is no evidence what so ever that it in fact it does not harm us to ingest it. isnt that amazing in itself....that it is put in our water supply without knowing for sure....doesnt that make you feel all fuzzy safe. -headshake-...
and another thing as the first video explains what theyre calling fluoride is not the same now as it first was...these people ive presented all claim it now comes from the toxic waste from our industry. for the record are you calling us all liars...or just me Steve...?

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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 11:17 PM << Modifed October 28 at 11:19PM >>
Ah, the old ad populum argument. Can you honestly not see the hypocrisy in your position, Recon?

You indignantly ask "are all these people liars or is it just me?" Well, let's turn it back on you... is it just me who is the liar, or is the entire dental industry a pack of liars, puppets of the chemical industry, busily building up bodies for the millions of coffins already sitting out there waiting in the desert?

Emotional blackmail - the favourite tool of those who don't have a rational case. "Either agree with what I say, or you're personally calling me a liar."

Time to put your big boy pants on and learn how to have a rational discussion.




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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 11:32 PM << Modifed October 28 at 11:34PM >>
are you really that clouded to not understand a difference between a topical medicine ie toothpaste...and ingesting that same "only said" helpful medicine in ones daily water supply...? they...youre dentists are not doctors, chemists or biologists....how would they know...and if, as you have just presented ah ha large as government control...may we see it please...?
my big boy pants huh...-smile-....well mr. britches i dont remember calling you a liar just asking whom you were...but you keep sticking that big foot of yours in Cinderellas slipper...it'll happen for you sooner or later I'm sure....-wink-

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RE: Water
Reply on October 28, 2017 11:49 PM
I never said you called me a liar. You, on the other hand made the claim that people have called you a liar, when in fact they haven't. They've simply disagreed with your opinion, which it would appear in your mind is the same thing.

I suppose you're not aware, Recon, that dentists spend at least as much time as doctors in university learning their trade. They study general anatomy and other medical subjects, whilst specialising particularly in oral health. But of course, you know better than they do. So too do your friends who heard all about it from alien visitors. Dentists, by the way, also have higher minimum educational requirements than the biologists and chemists for whom you have such apparent regard. Of course, the majority of those people also would take a dim view of the nonsense that gets spouted about this particular topic.

How funny that it was you who only days ago decided you'd throw the pejorative "tree-hugger" at me. Is the Cinderella slipper on the other foot now, Michael?




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RE: Water
Reply on October 29, 2017 12:02 AM
i dont know Craig...its youre slipper...now.
I try not to judge or get too close to you.

however, I will "correct" your lil' fib...as too my opinion.
my opinion is basic..an elemental knowing that some things are just plain nuts while the best stuff is chocolate covered.
and draino kills children when not looked after.

the "opinions" "again" come from both established credible testimony and the common sense man. but...you keeping looking for loop hole...I'm going to bed...-smile-

   
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