What’s raw water? It’s water that most likely has bacteria in it. That’s what it is.
When I lived in Yonkers, NY one could see a plethora of morons lining up on the side of the Saw Mill River Parkway with their plastic jugs (plastic, heh) filling them up with water weeping from cruddy rocks as if they were at Lourdes. The word got around that this trickling water was a natural spring and the water was the “in thing.”
For all they knew this was water was from a pipe leak in the bathroom of the golf course high above the heavenly spring.
When asked, these morons would say they didn’t want fluoride, which is “rat poison,” in their water.
Yes, fluoride can kill a rat, or a human, when enough of it concentrated is ingested. These same knuckleheads probably rant about this down at the local pub where they ingest a substance in low enough amounts to get happy, but would be very unhappy if they drank it in a high enough dosage to kill them. Alcohol is poison.
Now a bunch of companies are cashing in on this lunkheadedness and are selling “raw water” at about 15-60 bucks a gallon.
I’d call my company Barnum water, because there’s a sucker born every minute.
There were 2 articles sent my way today on the subject –
This latest trend seems to be popular amongst the hipster doofi community. They tend to be leftists. They tend to love the Big State. They just, for some reason, don’t trust the Big State with THEIR WATER!!!!!!
If you can’t do that, why the hell would you trust them with anything else??
Good luck with your explosive diarrhea.