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Originally Posted by LelandJ View Post

Mercury's been known to be the most toxic non-radioactive element on earth for over a century yet it's still the major component of dental amalgams, although composites are more popular now for cosmetic reasons. I know the medical establishment says mercury's inert inside your teeth LOL, liability of admitting the truth would be close to a trillion dollars. It cost me around $3K to get all ten of mine removed. And ethylmercury's still used in vaccines in the states, some European countries have banned it completely.


It's used almost every industrial product that touches your skin, liquid soaps, makeup for women, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.

Most cited tests were done by the chemical companies, but I understand very few want to lose faith in billion dollar companies LOL. The real pain in the ass is learning non-toxic alternatives because you always have to read the ingredient lists.

Many people are employed by companies producing toxic stuff. Their jobs don't necessarily require them to not understand the problem, but may be a problem for those with a conscience. Personally don't believe in assigning guilt because we were all born into a society which on many levels mirrors how cancer acts.

/matrix rant off.

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This is absolutely true, I know at least 300 people personally who have died of or are currently dying of mercury poisoning
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Jeremy Piven?
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Anybody else pick up this season's Geller Richard jacket?

It just came in the mail, and it's chock full of hairy, textured goodness. It fits a good amount slimmer than previous seasons.



Still need to kop neck tattoos.
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Ann D


Guidi


Schneider


Also picked one of these up because I'm a fan of unnecessary fashion collabs. Thom Browne x Starbucks x GQ Japan
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adding LOL at the end of sentences like that couldn't make you sound douchier or more condescending.
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Also picked one of these up because I'm a fan of unnecessary fashion collabs. Thom Browne x Starbucks x GQ Japan Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

i didn't know you were secretly kixslf
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Anybody else pick up this season's Geller Richard jacket?

It just came in the mail, and it's chock full of hairy, textured goodness. It fits a good amount slimmer than previous seasons.



Still need to kop neck tattoos.

Ah fuck. I didn't but now I wish I did
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I felt like I was in the scene of 12 Monkeys when I went to get them amalgams removed. The dentist made me sign a disclaimer form stating no medical benefits of mercury extraction otherwise he could lose his dental license. Dude drilled faster than I thought possible, but luckily he was an expert at anesthesia unlike every conventional or holistic dentist I've had before.

 

:lol:

 

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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

Anybody else pick up this season's Geller Richard jacket?

It just came in the mail, and it's chock full of hairy, textured goodness. It fits a good amount slimmer than previous seasons.



Still need to kop neck tattoos.

I got a purple one. I much prefer my giant soft FW11 ones, but at least the color is nice.
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Originally Posted by LelandJ View Post
 

 

I felt like I was in the scene of 12 Monkeys when I went to get them amalgams removed. The dentist made me sign a disclaimer form stating no medical benefits of mercury extraction otherwise he could lose his dental license. Dude drilled faster than I thought possible, but luckily he was an expert at anesthesia unlike every conventional or holistic dentist I've had before.

 

:lol:

 

Wait, you have a holistic dentist?

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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post
 

 

Wait, you have a holistic dentist?

 

The assistant at my first holistic dentist, a woman btw, first asked me if I wanted a cherry flavor goo in my mouth before they started work. I asked her to see the miniature bottle for the ingredient list, had propylene glycol in it, told her it was toxic, and the assistant fucking laughed saying I was the first person to know that. She was only following orders from the dentist so I didn't get upset but never went back to the dentist again. Mind this was nine years ago.

 

From all the research I did the more hippied out a holistic dentist's website looks, the more you want to avoid. A conventional dentist is no problem either but they're not equipped to minimize mercury exposure during extraction. All the drilling releases a shitload of mercury vapor in the oral air that needs special oral damns and vacuums and industrial exhaust in the operating room.

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I'm so confused. Is this shit for real
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

I'm so confused. Is this shit for real

 

That's what I said when I heard you went through with the Ploier suit sale. :lol:

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Nobody is responding because there is no way to stare blankly in disbelief through text.

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Dentalktalk: I bought a Sonicare DiamondClean about a month ago, don't know how I went without one of those. If you have teeth I recommend you buy one instead of fashion!!!
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