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Mack 1 year ago
       
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Erasmus 1 year ago
Mack,

and that's whyMarie Curie has 6 feet of concrete over her coffin.
Keep on Keepin' on....
       
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Lucas 1 year ago
Mack, and then scientists learned (the hard way) not to do any of those things. The first thing you learn in any lab, but especially chem lab, is NEVER put your face into or above an unknown substance because you could die from simply inhaling a tiny bit of some compounds. You are to gently waft the scent to your face if you absolutely must smell it. They make you practice it. And as for tasting, you just don’t do that, ever.

Even your average household cleaners can be very dangerous, especially if old, decayed, or mixed with other cleaners. We used to unknowingly use a lot of deadly materials (like asbestos) in every day things, and there are plenty of remnants laying around. Even today’s “safer” household cleaners, pesticides, weed killers, vermin poisons, etc contain chemicals that can be easily be deadly. Ingesting, smelling, getting fumes in your eyes, or touching unknown substances like this is just plain dangerous. It’s basic safety and common sense.
       
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Christine 1 year ago
Mack,
lol, some things you can taste exactly once. Wouldn't lick something i find in an old plastic bag in a house I just moved to drinks
       
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Gus 1 year ago
Mack,

luckily for us the problem with your existence will solve itself soon.
       
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Justina 1 year ago
Mack,

Does it depress anyone else that people like Mack think like this? I get "to each their own" but holy hell you're on a whole new level... I really hope you dont reproduce...
       
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Chloe 1 year ago
Mack,
are you taking students on your advanced idiocy class ?
       
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Tine 1 year ago
#20 many people think that because IT IS woo-woo hippie garbage.
       
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Eph 1 year ago
Tine,

You're right, thank you.
       
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Laurinda 1 year ago
#1 Also a good number of IC sockets in there.

#17 Looks like part of a crimping tool used to attach lugs to wires.
       
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