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Old 15th November 2004, 17:10   #29
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Important Note on Participants of Study: The study layout does not require that participants increase their chemical use, but does mandate that chosen applicants will need to demonstrate that they do regularly use toxic chemicals in and around the home. The concern here is that low income applicants may increase their toxic chemical use for the sake of applying and being eligible for the funding.
You can't blame Bush because some parents are dumbasses. There were "toxic chemicals" all over my house when I was growing up (bleach, amonnia, ajax, and a bunch of other cleaning supplies) as I look around my room I can see other possible toxic/highly flamable chemicals (spray paint, chewing gum remover, a can of coke)

If I was able to keep a plant alive for more than three days I would probably have some fertilizer somewhere around too.
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