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Clarification: almost all of the data involving LETHAL dosing. We have lots of sub-lethal dosing data gleaned since. But when you look at the MSDS for, say, chloramine-T and see an LD50 for humans.....that's where it came from.

Usually. Chlorine's toxicity was established in WWI by gassing hundreds of Canadian soldiers - in Canada - as a trial.

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Not a "fun" fact, but....

Almost all of the data we have today on toxicity of various chemicals in humans is gleaned from the experimentation in the prison camps of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. All other human data is anecdotal and the result of accidents (ie "so and so was exposed to 15 ppm of phosgene for 10 minutes and survived").

Sad but true. As evil as the source of the data is, it is invaluable and has likely saved many lives since. Weird how something good can come from something so terrible.

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FF: if you watch the latest capital one commercial, you can detect which side samuel l. jackson dresses on.

(oh yes she did!)

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FF = if you're a Wikipedian, just for fun, type an entry using the phrase 'comprised of' and miraculously watch it change to 'composed of'

What a computer engineer turned grammar Czar can and has done

Don't even get his brother started on 'based around' teehee

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I'm pretty good about not leaving things in hotel rooms or friends or families houses. But Trooper had to follow me around the club when we used to go and pick up all my clothes I took off. But I rarely ever removed my shoes.

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PG funny you should mention shoes left behind. There've been times I think I should simply leave a self-address Fed EX envelope for those little things (wrap dress, shoes, small toys, etc.) that seem to be overlooked when packing to leave (distractions, distractions).

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If driving I have been known to take a dark purple towel, specially if staying with friends so I don't ruin their towels. If I'm flying...yeah not likely every towel = a pair of shoes that would have to be left behind.

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@Trooper: Believe it or not, I travel with my own towels and after my recent stay at Caliente, I am considering taking along my own linen.

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the towels in our bathroom are dark purple and a softer green. I make sure to use either the dark purple or the wine colored ones from the other bathroom when doing my hair or for after washing it. I would NEVER buy white or beige towels. I'm sure at hedo they thought we killed someone in our room with the red dye all over the white towels.

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@PirateGirl: I agree. All of my washcloths and towels are mostly beige with a few white and colors sprinkled in.

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