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oritteropo says...

None of the random words I got were fit for publication. Apparently the Austrian village isn't the first association people make with that word.

p.s. Tried again, and got Random words: either, advertisement, decadence, graduated, comfortable

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HA! Random word list from that link:

Random words: April, shit, computer, Canada, Texas

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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.

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*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.

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