Tuesday, May 30, 2006
I Wouldn't Put it in my Mouth...
After all, it might be bad for your health. Today, a few volunteers went to some once-moldy Hope Six low income federal housing project homes. Hopefully, there is no mold left in these homes. Thanks to a mad scientist who spent thirty years trying to invent a solution that will ravage micro-organisms and mold, these home underwent a state-of-the-art mold remediation process-- something that's always necessary after a major "moisture inducing event." Sexy, right? Anyway, after the technician likened the alleged miracle-liquid to cake, some volunteers decided that it might be pretty groovy to bath in it-- that is, in front of the turntable fog machine doing its thing while on top of a ladder. They even tasted the liquid. Yes, this is in spite of the fact that this liquid supposedly kills mold on contact more effectively than bleach and is set to retail at $50 a gallon. But no worries. China, India, and Malaysia have committed to purchase 500,000 gallons of the liquid-gold (or liquid-cake) sanitizing solution, so you know it's legit. Who is this mad scientist? Let's assume he's that guy whose name is on that 18-in-1 hemp soap.
Marco X (Utica, NY)