puntachueca 105M
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7/18/2006 5:40 am

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A recent study in Flushing It Out, a scientific journal focusing on the impact of treated wastewater reuse, claim pharmaceuticals -- including the female hormone estrogen -- are infiltrating drinking water supplies.

Considering that treated wastewater recharged into drinking water supplies is being regarded as a newly discovered water resource to support unrestricted growth, particularly in arid regions, the findings of the study have far reaching implications. Reactions to the indices are mixed with some sectors finding relief at the news, others seeing their patriarchal advantages being pissed away, and others viewing the findings not the least constipating to their agendas.

Connie Lingus, spokeswoman for Women's Estrogen Planning League (WELP), a newly emerging non-violent feminist group, sees consumption of the estrogen-laced water supplies as having a positive impact on the age-old battle of the sexes. "We think it will really help men in their struggle to see it our way," stated Lingus. "Wide-spread consumption is certain to accelerate the process of the male population's attempts to get in touch with their feminine side," Lingus added.

Taking the unintended implications of the discovery of estrogen in the water supply one step further, Lingus noted that the study prompted the organization to initiate what they perceive as a helpful campaign for the strategic burning of tampons and menstrual panty liners in the hopes of adding estrogen as a by-product to the global oxygen supply.

Dick Rod, point man for Rage of Man (RAM), warns that uncontrolled estrogen infiltration of the nation's drinking waters would lead to a national identity crisis. "Society as we know and love it could be dumped on," he stated. "Infiltration of the E-word hormone could lead to an insidious takeover by nurturing forces leading to a paradigm shift away from the dominant power base in this country." He added, however, that he maintained the prerogative to change his mind and retract the statement.

"Expressing alarm at his organization's inadvertent contribution to estrogen- dominated drinking water supplies, Bibe Cervantez, brew master of GUT, the nation's largest supplier of beer, stated the company is adding warning labels to its products to address the issue. "We recognize our responsibility to warn the public that high levels of beer consumption by females, particularly college coeds and women on hormone replacement therapy, stimulates unintended production and discharge of estrogen into our water supplies," he stated. Cervantez, unable to be specific about the company's plans to avoid liability for polluting water supplies, noted that the label concepts and content, and a campaign for recapturing market share after the expected downturn in female-driven sales, were being conceptualized by an undisclosed major advertising agency based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

"As long as there is H2O in it, we capitalize on it, regardless of the impact," said Bill Ders, President of Press On With Environment Removal (POWER), a leading pro-development lobbyist group with close to 210 paid members. Ders, in a written statement, summarized the organization's position by stating "Drink and be Mary (sic)".
Yet another parody of the Bot Bloggers. By the way..estrogen is being found in drinking water...a by product of HRT getting onto wastewater treatment plants and then back into our rivers.

tracy_de_lacy 105F
9268 posts
7/18/2006 8:43 am

love the names you chose

Bye everyone, it was a blast

puntachueca replies on 7/18/2006 12:40 pm:

amoldenough 70F
16436 posts
7/18/2006 8:51 am

We don't want to eat meat that is contaminated with hormones; why in the world would we want them in our drinking water. Little girls are already beginning puberty at much earlier ages--8 and 9, from eating hormone laden food.

"Don't cry because it's over; smile because it happened."

puntachueca replies on 7/18/2006 12:41 pm:
Eactly...and it is a crime that to get natural, chemical free food and water costs more.

(What the fuck is this shit..?? *rolls eyes*)

7/18/2006 2:57 pm

I don't know what to say but we have only oursevles to blame...Ready


puntachueca replies on 7/18/2006 6:27 pm:
I have a frieng who had uterine cancer and the doc said hrt was the cause...

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