Neptune to uRanus, beam me up!
Yup, probably catch it from sitting on the same toilet seat too!
Makes all pillows, sheets, comforters, mattresses and box springs hazardous materials also!
Now we have hazardous waste, can we really dispose of our washing machines in the local dump? Is the EPA aware of this? Should we sue the government? If we sue the government, aren't we really suing ourselves since we are the government and the taxes are what it would come out of?
I am a Vietnam vet and well aware of what went on over there; I served in I Corps. I served my country and got out after I did what my contract espoused. I hold no grudges and I will not blame anyone but me for what happens afterwards. I am in an industry that uses hazardous materials and have been around them for 30 years, yet I'm okay! I have stuck my hands in TCE for years. No problems at this time. Maybe after I'm dead you can dissect me and find something wrong, but you will have to ASSUME where it came from. We all that that infamous word ASSUME don't we. It makes an A$$
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Been stuck in traffic lately for hours on end? Guess what you're breathing? Dream on, just another pot stirrer looking for sympathy!
I do believe that some things happened in the Gulf that really did affect our boys, however, your chemical analysis, I do not feel is correct. I feel that these fine boys were in fact the recipient of chemical weapons residue and not your local radiator antifreeze or its byproducts.