Being an experiment in comparing our culture with what it HAS BEEN, and what it SHOULD BE.
I'm sure. And soon, people will be having horrible problems because they no longer put mercury in dental fillings.It's a brave and scary new world we're entering.
You go too far, vidad....and besides, you'll worry Mrs. P.
You know, that's just crazy enough to happen.If chocolate can be considered a health food...
Some prophet you are, you didn't foresee the massive lawsuit levied against the American Heart Association for it's efforts to eliminate trans-fats in food.
No, Rigel.That's proFIT....
I'm not worried. Whenever I become mercury-starved, I just crack open a thermometer.It's like Pixy Stix.
I was referring to your mercury=free dentition, Mrs. Pilgrim. (And no, I didn't learn this at Vox's. I stalked your dentist. See, here's the restraining order! The judge has such a nice signature. A regular John Hancock, he is.)Pixy Stix, huh? Y'know, the crunch of the glass between your teeth would be pretty satisfying, too.Did I tell you I played with mercury as a child?We also called paint chips "wall candy".
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