Life Duty Death
Beese Erik William
beese1 at SERVER.UWINDSOR.CA
Sun Sep 17 17:28:55 EST 1995
On Sun, 17 Sep 1995, Alexander Berezin wrote:
> Date: Sun, 17 Sep 1995 11:46:07 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Alexander Berezin <berezin at mcmail.CIS.McMaster.CA>
> To: Beese Erik William <beese1 at uwindsor.ca>
> Cc: bioforum at net.bio.net
> Subject: Re: Life Duty Death
> On Sun, 17 Sep 1995, Beese Erik William wrote:
> > In article <julie.cpc.113.00105366 at mhs.unc.edu>,
> > Julie Locascio <julie.cpc at mhs.unc.edu> wrote:
> > >>At this point there is not a single documented instance of rain acidic
> > >>enough to even irritate skin.
> > >
> > >People who visited Niagara Falls told me that everybody has to wear disposable
> > >rain ponchos there because the acid in the falls just eats through clothing
> > >and rubber rain ponchos.
> So, on this point I'd rather concur with Julie.
> N. Falls look great at the distance, but at short range
> the water is unbelievably dirty.
> ("Niagara Falls: second great disappointment of
> the honeymoon" - Oscar Wilde).
> Alex Berezin
Since when does the smell have anything to do with acid eating through
your clothing. I agree the water ain't the cleanest but it's not gonna
eat through you clothes!!!!!!!!!
Try to read the arguement next time.
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