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Old 26-02-2013, 07:28   #286
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Plant growth, even if undesired for us humans, means healthy ecosystems, ie. able to sustain life. Polluted means the exact opposite.
This isn't my area of expertise but the algal blooms leading to fish kills just can't be labeled "healthy ecosystems." I mentioned Chesapeake but I think its virtually worldwide around inhabited places, although I can't back that up this instant.
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Some algae led to birds and sea lions death in Florida, by means of producing a toxic acid that caused brain damage. That was carried by anchovies who cleverly store it in their bile. The name of that is evolution, same as turtles and birds carry salmonella which is deadly for children and many mammals.
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Some algae led to birds and sea lions death in Florida, by means of producing a toxic acid that caused brain damage. That was carried by anchovies who cleverly store it in their bile. The name of that is evolution, same as turtles and birds carry salmonella which is deadly for children and many mammals.
Whatcha been smokin' Cap?

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Neeee, just been watching Nat Geo Wild
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Im looking into Buying a composting head and thought some of you might want to know where some of the old time jargan came from~

They used to use urine to tan animal skins, so families
used to all pee in a pot & then once a day it was taken &
Sold to the tannery.......if you had to do this to survive
you were "Piss Poor"............................................. .................................................. .................................................. .........................


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Someone would have to sit out in the graveyard all night
(the graveyard shift.) to listen for the bell; thus, someone
could be, saved by the bell or was considered a dead ringer.

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Re: Dump Airhead urine in galley sink?

Amazing....maybe we can stretch this thread out so far that it will necessitate amending the "most popular threads" thread.

So, to keep in with the thread atmosphere, what do the hardcore passagemakers and stormfighters do when they're lashed to the wheel and need to answer the call of nature? Can't leave the helm, mountainous confused following seas, wind boxing the compass, autopilot is stuffed, windvane blew away, and the crew is hors de combat in their berths or safely in a warm dockside bar. Got a bottle or a lidded bucket spare in the cockpit locker?
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Old 26-02-2013, 14:47   #293
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Amazing....maybe we can stretch this thread out so far that it will necessitate amending the "most popular threads" thread.

So, to keep in with the thread atmosphere, what do the hardcore passagemakers and stormfighters do when they're lashed to the wheel and need to answer the call of nature? Can't leave the helm, mountainous confused following seas, wind boxing the compass, autopilot is stuffed, windvane blew away, and the crew is hors de combat in their berths or safely in a warm dockside bar. Got a bottle or a lidded bucket spare in the cockpit locker?
Depending on how bad it is we all shi% in out pants !
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Why dump your pee when diesel owners are buying it for $6.00 a gallon?

Urea tanks will be standard equipment for most new diesel trucks, buses, cars, and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) manufactured in the United States after Jan. 1, 2010. An automotive grade of urea will be injected into the vehicles' exhaust stream to "scrub" nitrogen oxide (NOx) from the diesel exhaust.
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Why dump your pee when diesel owners are buying it for $6.00 a gallon?

Urea tanks will be standard equipment for most new diesel trucks, buses, cars, and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) manufactured in the United States after Jan. 1, 2010. An automotive grade of urea will be injected into the vehicles' exhaust stream to "scrub" nitrogen oxide (NOx) from the diesel exhaust.
You almost had me there !!
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Diesel exhaust fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I've read that Flying J is installing filling stations with an estimated cost of $3.60/gallon.

One MB owner reports he gets fluid at the VW dealer for $12.50 for a 2.5 gallon jug which is about equal to the flying J estimate if you subtract cost for the jug. Can't imagine Ford would charge more than VW.
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Thank God spring is almost here. Hopefully the ground will thaw and we bury this thread. Maybe I should go piss on a spot.
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Old 26-02-2013, 19:36   #298
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If you put urine in my sink you would not need to worry about doing a second time because by the time you got out of the hospital you would be sitting down to pee. Call a us health board to see if they think that would be a good idea in a commercial kitchen.
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Stiff a waiter on his tip, next time you go to the restaurant you'll probably have some in your soup.
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If you put urine in my sink you would not need to worry about doing a second time because by the time you got out of the hospital you would be sitting down to pee. Call a us health board to see if they think that would be a good idea in a commercial kitchen.
Oooh I think that's the first threat of violence for this thread! Now if someone said they'd shoot you and use you for an anchor we'd have a real thread!!!

(just playing Justlearning, I know you were being sarcastic)
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