Public drinking water IF filtered tastes better and is better for us. Therefore, why don't we take it a step further and mandate both a carbon filter and a sanitizer?
Ozone has been tamed, the computer chip is now smart enough to regulate this natural sanitizer from Mother Nature and yet while we have technology, no one is offering ozone right at the drinking fountain.
Why? This seems so logical - what am I missing?
What you are missing is the added fluoride which is part of 'agenda 21' for population control.
What I do is refill gallon plastic bottle at the water machine at 25 cents a gallon. I don't think there is no fluoride via the machine.
Because we are all tired, and cynical and mistrusting, of all the do-gooders out there claiming to want to save us in a world filled with legally sanctioned corporate drug dealers whose products are approved so quickly now that the "buy now" commercials often are still running at the same time the lawyer commercials offering to help you sue for damages based on the massively horrific "side effects" begin to run as well.
Nobody in America trusts this crap. Safe drugs like pot and alcohol were/are banned and taxed to crap while creating/created huge crime syndicates, but meanwhile acne, shaky legs and boner medicine that all blow out your brain, kill you, or mutate your DNA so bad your children and grandchildren will all be retarded and shoot lasers out of their backsides is perfectly fine.
America doesn't believe anymore. We don't believe them, and we don't believe you. Even if you might, by some random chance, have a valid point with this.
by Ken Kline4 years ago
Filtered water systems and drinking fountains - where are the lights to change the filter?Technology is so advanced and yet when I purchase a filter for my faucet, only a few offer the technology to show if the filter...
by Kelly Kline Burnett6 years ago
1.) Drinking fountains can have filters? In fact the company Elkay who is the largest manufacturer of the drinking fountains (manufactured out of late husband's home town of Savanna, Illinois) was the first to develop a...
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