Re: Having a Drink
- About 6 months after having bought an under-sink RO system, the co., that sold it to me phoned me to say the system needed servicing and the cartridges replacing. I politely said No Thanks, and the guy went troppo. He started accusing me of poisoning my family and all sorts of things. What a nutter!
I took the unit with me when we moved house and I now use it to filter -all- water used in my fermenters and for cutting. The filters have of course been replaced. ;^)
--- In email@example.com, Nathan Stanley <catfish@...> wrote:
> On the topic of dirty water, about 6 weeks ago or so I had a water
> filter sale guy come around to try and sell me some of their filters. It
> was quite amazing how much chlorine is in the tap water in Australia,
> and how it absorbs in your food or skin.
> Anyway, a couple of weeks after that I heard on the radio the local
> council was announcing that the tap water "is safe to drink despite what
> water filtration companies going around to people's houses were saying".
> I had a bit of a LOL imagining all the old folk in my area getting
> worked up into a hysteria over the topic. (All my drinking and booze
> making related water is filtered too, by the way)
> On 15/09/2010 08:22, crsound wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org
> > <mailto:new_distillers%40yahoogroups.com>, "burrows206"
> > <jeffrey.burrows@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Remember:
> > > Water = Poop,
> > > Wine = Health.
> > As a fan of William Claude Dukenfield ... he would say "I don't drink
> > water Fish "Bleep" In It".