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Not a drop to drink

By Tdol on May 19, 2006 | | 2 Comments

I read the label on my bottle of drinking water, which has undergone reverse osmosis, and Ozone and UV treatment to make it drinkable. The latter treatment, apparently, ensures that the water is 'disenfeced', which strikes me as one of the most unfortunate and off-putting misspellings I've come across. At least, I hope it is a mistake.

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