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  #1113557 22-Aug-2014 16:43
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muppet: Fluoride might be safe, but Colgate Total probably isn't by the looks! Dodgy.


oh dear ... neither is coca cola!

saturated fats however, is completely natural and pure. bring on BK, McDs, KFC every day of the week!




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  #1113564 22-Aug-2014 16:52
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muppet: Fluoride might be safe, but Colgate Total probably isn't by the looks! Dodgy.


Breathing gives you cancer, the risks of not using toothpaste cause much more serious problems than the chance of cancer :) 


 
 
 
 


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  #1113610 22-Aug-2014 18:06
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Just add fine Aluminum foil flakes to the water as well.... keep both sides happy

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  #1113611 22-Aug-2014 18:09
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"Fluoride is safe"

That's just what they want you to think, so they can keep supplying everyone with the mind control chemicals in our water supplies. tongue-out




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  #1113767 22-Aug-2014 21:42
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Problem is, if you get into a position without logic you can't get out of it with logic.  Therein lies the problem with the tin foilers.

I only need to compare my adult children's teeth with mine. Wish I had the teensy bit of fluoride when I was forming and growing teeth.

These decisions should be in the hands of the Health Dept (if there is such a thing these days!).

And, like joker97, don't start me on immunisation!!

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  #1113770 22-Aug-2014 21:46
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DarthKermit: "Fluoride is safe"

That's just what they want you to think, so they can keep supplying everyone with the mind control chemicals in our water supplies. tongue-out


JohnR just finished covering all the Vodafone cell towers in Fluoride.

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  #1113776 22-Aug-2014 21:52
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TimA:
DarthKermit: "Fluoride is safe"

That's just what they want you to think, so they can keep supplying everyone with the mind control chemicals in our water supplies. tongue-out


JohnR just finished covering all the Vodafone cell towers in Fluoride.


Cool, there will be no holes in the coverage ??

 
 
 
 


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  #1113779 22-Aug-2014 21:54
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KiwiNZ:
TimA:
DarthKermit: "Fluoride is safe"

That's just what they want you to think, so they can keep supplying everyone with the mind control chemicals in our water supplies. tongue-out


JohnR just finished covering all the Vodafone cell towers in Fluoride.


Cool, there will be no holes in the coverage ??


Thats what Colgate want you to think.

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  #1113802 22-Aug-2014 22:24
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KiwiNZ: Cool, there will be no holes in the coverage 😊


KiwiNZ wins the thread!




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  #1113907 23-Aug-2014 09:12
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TwoSeven: My preference has always been to brush my teeth properly and leave things like water as pure and natural as possible.  Never really understood why I need to have chemicals in my water just because other people eat too much candy or other such things.




So you'd support the removal of chlorine from the water too?

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  #1113926 23-Aug-2014 10:08
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joker97:

saturated fats however, is completely natural and pure. bring on BK, McDs, KFC every day of the week!


I know you're joking, but fast food is still unhealthy - loaded with carbs, sugar, and high energy levels. Also the convenience makes it easy to overeat.

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  #1113931 23-Aug-2014 10:21
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KiwiNZ:
TimA:
DarthKermit: "Fluoride is safe"

That's just what they want you to think, so they can keep supplying everyone with the mind control chemicals in our water supplies. tongue-out


JohnR just finished covering all the Vodafone cell towers in Fluoride.


Cool, there will be no holes in the coverage ??



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  #1114042 23-Aug-2014 12:58
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It has recently been proven by intense scientific research, fully peer reviewed and confirmed, that everyone who breaths air dies. Forget fluoride....that is some serious issue right there!




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  #1114046 23-Aug-2014 13:03
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Obviously the anti-fluoride camp is now arguing this study was funded by the powers interested in using fluoride in the water.






 

 

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  #1114074 23-Aug-2014 14:27
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DarthKermit: "Fluoride is safe"

That's just what they want you to think, so they can keep supplying everyone with the mind control chemicals in our water supplies. tongue-out


Please be more specific on who 'they' are?

Are you refering to the majority of people who vote yes in referendums?

Or is it the individual councils around the country who put it in?

It can't be central government, because 'they' don't mandate it, but leave it up to individual communities....

Perhaps it's those dodgy DHB's..... can't trust 'them'... but if that is your view, then make sure next time you have a car crash or something, just ask the ambulance officer to drop you home.... you wouldn't want to go to a hospital, 'they' might put some nasty chemicals in your body and make you better..... and that would be inexcusable.


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