Re: Article: US smoking rate under 20 percent
- From: sum1@xxxxxxxxxx (Ian)
- Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2008 13:09:53 +0000 (GMT)
On Fri, 14 Nov 2008 10:29:18 +0000 (GMT), sum1@xxxxxxxxxx (Ian) wrote:.....
were put in cheaply built trailers that held large concentrations of
formaldehyde, which is dangerous stuff, subjected to, it was said, up
to 30 times more than is safe for humans.
Victoria's Secret is currently under fire for allegedly putting
formaldehyde in their bras. For what purpose I do not know. However,
this may explain the horrible thing that happened to my daughter's
hands the day after she started working there. Her first assignment
was taking bras out of boxes and stocking the racks (shelf type racks
not chest racks thankyouverymuch). The skin just pealed off her hands
leaving them raw and ugly looking. She went to the doc who had no
explanation. Didn't heal up for two months - when she quit her job to
become the semi-legal drug dealer.
Couldn't she have sued? Of course, a doctor would have to testify that
it was indisputably the formaldehyde that was the cause, and doctors are
notoriously unwilling (in Britain anyway) to commit themselves in court.
The bBC programme said the stuff is used in all kinds o f household
products, like furniture. We live now in a much more dangerous
environment than fifty years ago, with unknown harmful elements all
She became a drug peddler??? Semi-legal?? Is this for real? No no,
perish the thought....
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