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  Reply # 1171116 7-Nov-2014 20:15
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DarthKermit: I got a bottle of bleach in my laundry. Yours for only $1000.


But does it have the "secret ingredient"?




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  Reply # 1171183 7-Nov-2014 21:22
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DarthKermit: I got a bottle of bleach in my laundry. Yours for only $1000.


But does it have the "secret ingredient"?


Oh yea. Going to need that power of god.




 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1171192 7-Nov-2014 21:48
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I have something better than all yous.

I collected it from the swimming pool. It has all toxins known to man in small quantities.

I don't charge for seminars. Just pay me $999 for annual pool membership. I can bring the pool to any town.




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  Reply # 1171193 7-Nov-2014 21:50
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joker97: I have something better than all yous.

I collected it from the swimming pool. It has all toxins known to man in small quantities.


Now dilute, shake, dilute, shake. Repeat 5000 times until there's not a single molecule of the original content, and sell it. 






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  Reply # 1171209 7-Nov-2014 22:27
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What a brilliant idea! I'm going to patent this ...




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  Reply # 1171212 7-Nov-2014 22:35
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  Reply # 1174861 13-Nov-2014 00:44
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Sideface: Listen to the man himself interviewed on National Radio:

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/morningreport/audio/20156162/-cure-all-product-defended-by-church

The "Miracle Mineral Solution" has "20 million users" and cures: AIDS, malaria (overnight), cancer, herpes, multiple sclerosis, autism, and the common cold.

It is NOT a bleach - it is an "oxidizing agent".

How does it work?  "I'ts a voltage - oxygen is 1.3 volts" ... "the pathogens give up 5 or 6 electrons and they die".

So now you know.

[EDIT]  It costs $650 to go to one of his seminars, so it must be true.



I can beat that. I have a solution that is rated to 2V so it is therefore better. I also have 6 of them, which combined are so powerful they can start a car engine. As well as killing any germs / virus's  they come into contact with. It is a special form of water with a special yellow chemical so therefore like gold. As well as 4 times the oxygen compared to normal water.


/it is a car battery which contains sulphuric acid.





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