California Envirokooks try to ban water

AP Wire | 03/14/2004 | SoCal city falls victim to Internet hoax, considers banning items made with water

City officials were so concerned about the potentially dangerous properties of dihydrogen monoxide that they considered banning foam cups after they learned the chemical was used in their production.

As Rush Limbaugh would say, those of you in Rio Linda can learn more about Dihydrogen Monoxide and even get a Material Safety Data Sheet to keep you in line with OSHA at dhmo.org. You’ll learn things like the boiling point (212 degrees) and freezing point (32 degrees) of DHMO. Remember, this dangerous chemical is the major component of acid rain. Lots of people are ‘poisoned’ every year when they accidentally inhale it.

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