newtboy US

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Birthdate: June 29th
A little about me...
I once threatened to sue my parents for depriving me of the bliss of non being through a willful and wanton act of conception.

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oritteropo says...

Double thanks

I rather suspect that there isn't a single answer, and that it depends on the type of plastic and the fragment size. Melamine for instance is harmful if it's ground up to a powder, but not directly because it's toxic by itself but rather that it becomes toxic and causes kidney damage when it reacts with cyanuric acid inside the body.

newtboy said:

*doublepromote *quality info, even if it barely scratches the surface of this food web destroyer.
This seems like our backup Armageddon. If the effects of climate change don't wipe us out, the survivors get to die slowly of petroleum poisoning.
I hope those disposable forks were worth it.

I was surprised he didn't mention all the plastics we eat intentionally, like any toothpaste with sparkles for instance....that's just bits of plastic we are fed on purpose.

BSR says...

"Believe me when I say to you
I hope the Russians love their children too" -The Police

newtboy said:

What's common imo?...a desire for more for those you love.

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BSR says...

I know how to keep people together no matter how far apart.

Remember when I asked you about finding the common thread?

I believe you told me you were looking for the differences in the cultures.

Did you push all the differences aside to reveal what was common?

newtboy said:

So you build walls out of love? Interesting.

BSR says...

Love is like mortar. It is what keeps the bricks together and also keeps them apart.

newtboy said:

I have to point out, love wasn't enough to keep the Beatles together....you could say it's what broke them apart.

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