Cathy Classics by Cathy Guisewite for November 03, 2013

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    gmforde  almost 9 years ago

    Too bad most of that water has been proven to be worthless. She’s better off just drinking tap water. lol

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    ncalifgirl58  almost 9 years ago

    Back in the 60s was the first time that I heard about our planet’s water problems. I remember thinking how ridiculous. How could they make us buy water? lol It’s true most bottled water is worthless, but I would not drink our local tap water. It stinks and tastes terrible. So we drink Crystal Geyser. It is water that flows from Mt. Shasta, Ca.

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    rgcviper  almost 9 years ago

    AACK—I think my head just exploded.

    HI, MOM. Happy Sunday, Clan.

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    krisl73  almost 9 years ago

    I have a water filter. Tap water tastes wrong somehow.

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    Saucy1121 Premium Member almost 9 years ago

    I want to not be thirsty. What will take care of that?

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    hendelca Premium Member almost 9 years ago

    Here we are 11 years later and the number of types of water and energy bars is even larger. Could never figure out why it became trendy to drink certain brands of water over others. I will admit to occasionally drinking bottled water – bought in cases of 12 or 24 bottles at the local supermarket – usually the lowest prices ones. The bottles are convenient for on the road or working in a theatre where drinking water is not always available. At home, tap water – although I do use an in-pitcher filter and let it sit in the fridge for a while to allow the chlorine to evaporate.

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  7. Cathy aack Premium Member almost 9 years ago

    We have pretty foul smelling well water which also contains low levels of arsenic. Not drinking tap water. We buy cheap water at Whole Foods where they use bottles that don’t leach chemicals into the water if they get cold or hot. We have a whole house filter and are going to install filters at each tap so we can at least use tap water for cooking and brushing our teeth without worrying. Oh yes, we also have an arsenic filter, and we’re going to install an iron filter.

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