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Old 03-11-2010, 11:52 AM   #11
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Already been done: I recall my Dad using it when I was a kid 'cuz of Doc's Orders.

I also note that it's no-longer sold; it sorta got the same bad rap as Saccharine.

"That stuff will give you CANCER, man!"
Apparently, still available:

salt substitute AlsoSalt

Also known as Potassium Chloride. (KCl)
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Old 03-11-2010, 12:42 PM   #12
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Apparently, still available:

salt substitute AlsoSalt

Also known as Potassium Chloride. (KCl)
That wasn't the brand, I have no idea if it's the same chemical, though.
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Old 03-11-2010, 01:01 PM   #13
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Apparently, still available:

salt substitute AlsoSalt

Also known as Potassium Chloride. (KCl)
It wasn't banned. There are millions of bottles of the stuff sitting on shelves in kitchens. People bought it because it sounded healthy and cool. Then they tasted it.
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Old 03-11-2010, 02:04 PM   #14
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It wasn't banned. There are millions of bottles of the stuff sitting on shelves in kitchens. People bought it because it sounded healthy and cool. Then they tasted it.
I laugh at all the "Sugar Substitutes" out there - Sugar is only like 15 calories per teaspoon. Of course, when you feel you have to have 42 of those little white packets in a cup of coffee, yeah - I can see where there's a problem. And the fact that they sweeten EVERY F'N THING ON THE SHELF with Corn-Syrup has absolutely nothing to do with the "Obesity Problem" in the USA, either..........


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Old 03-11-2010, 03:21 PM   #15
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salt substitute AlsoSalt

Also known as Potassium Chloride. (KCl)
I use Potassium Chloride in my pool and run it through a chlorine generator.

I'm gonna start putting it on my fries.
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Old 03-11-2010, 04:14 PM   #16
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This nonsense, just like the neighbors approval of activities, is just some morons trying to tell someone else what they can, and can't do. Like I said before 'f*ck the neighbors!!' Get it now??
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Old 03-11-2010, 05:04 PM   #17
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This nonsense, just like the neighbors approval of activities, is just some morons trying to tell someone else what they can, and can't do. Like I said before 'f*ck the neighbors!!' Get it now??
No, sorry.........I think there's a difference between showing some consideration and seeking approval. I really don't give a flying f*ck what any of them think however I don't feel the need to be offensive either.

Trying to dictate to others over how much (if any) salt you can use is a whole 'nuther thing and I agree total with you, total bullsh*t. This guy should be hung from a lamp post and burned as an example to the rest of these moral busybodies.
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No, sorry.........I think there's a difference between showing some consideration and seeking approval. I really don't give a flying f*ck what any of them think however I don't feel the need to be offensive either.

Trying to dictate to others over how much (if any) salt you can use is a whole 'nuther thing and I agree total with you, total bullsh*t. This guy should be hung from a lamp post and burned as an example to the rest of these moral busybodies.
But then that would contribute to AGW and reduce the quality of our air..........
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:23 PM   #19
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This nonsense, just like the neighbors approval of activities, is just some morons trying to tell someone else what they can, and can't do. Like I said before 'f*ck the neighbors!!' Get it now??
Um, no. Because it's an idiotic analogy.

If people exercise their right to enjoy salt, it doesn't infringe on my rights. If people exercise their right to enjoy salt while screaming about how awesome it is through a bullhorn outside of my house, it does.

Your "f*** 'em" attitude is as idiotic as it is selfish. The Harley problem has people so exercised here in Maine that the legislature is considering a law to make motorcycle exhaust systems illegal unless they have an (expensive) EPA sticker. So my quiet Yoshi will be illegal because of you Harley numbnuts.

And yes, I know it's a stupid law. They say the current problem with enforcement is that they have no standards they can apply, which is bulls***, because they can give you a ticket for a faulty (i.e., noisy) car exhaust. The problem is that cops apparently think Harleys are cool, so when the inevitable ticket quotas are encouraged to solve the problem, guess who the new law is going to be applied to? Uncool Japanese bikes with non-stickered and non-obnoxious aftermarket cans.

F*** 'em? They f*** back. And there's a hell of a lot more of them. So f*** you very much not only for making summer intolerable at my house, but also for making me the collateral damage of your "Hey, everybody, look at me!" issue.

Seriously, grow the f*** up.
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Old 03-12-2010, 04:19 AM   #20
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"I think there's a difference between showing some consideration and seeking approval. I really don't give a flying f*ck what any of them think however I don't feel the need to be offensive either."

All terms that mean differnt things to different people. Define 'offensive' to the point that everyone agrees, and we can start from there. Since that is impossible, then there is no difference between 'being offensive' and 'seeking approval'. Same thing with different words.

"Trying to dictate to others over how much (if any) salt you can use is a whole 'nuther thing.."

It ain't a 'whole nuther thing'. it's the same mindset with a different subject. So dictating how much noise they can make is different how?
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