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May 26, 2009


Not us.

The Good News: Nevertheless, health officials insist that swimming in and even swallowing urine-contaminated water isn't harmful to someone's health.


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You have to wonder about the 1 in 5 people who answered this poll question.

That sounds medicinal.

Well, ya got trouble,
Right here in Phoenix city!
With a capital "T"
And that rhymes with "P"
And that's in the Pool.

My parents' place keeps young kids out of the pools but I bet the "seniors" are way more guilty.

1 in 5 answered yes, but I'm betting another 20% lied...

"People who are sick need to stay home and remain at home for 14 days after they're symptom-free".
Yep, that otta keep the pool clear.
*snork* at Meanie's River City municpal pool.

When my kids were small we told them if they peed in the pool a red circle would form around them and everybody would know. We told them it was a special chemical we put in the pool. They believed it. There have been many times one of them jumped out of the pool and ran into the house as fast as their little legs would carry them.

So...they're just now getting the idea that you should shower before entering the pool?

One in five adults are the type you really want to name a road after.

The water is always warmer the closer you get to the swim up bar.

Didn't Ghandhi used to drink his urine? Just wondering if that was before or after he went swimming.

NC, I think some municipal pools actually use a chemical like that; I remember reading a story about it being introduced.

/slightly OT/ When I was a kid, one of the lifeguards at the county pool had a sick sense of humor. He peeled a hot dog and slipped it into the deep end. When they pulled everyone out of the pool to check it out, he snared it with the skimmer and took a big bite of the (insert euphamism for fecal matter here) - we were all so grossed out. Of course, we were all also about 5-12, so...

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