Ramblings of an Emergency Physician in Texas
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As opposed to the other kind of water, of course.
Maybe they were thinking there’d be some illiterate chemists around.
Must have found that one over at the department of redundancy department …
Well, it’s CORRECT, at least. It could have been D2O or T2O water at a nuclear facility, in which case, it probably would have been best to leave it alone. ;)
That’s better than the “H2O2 water,” which has a nasty aftertaste and turns your hair a funny color.
Is that a Samuel Taylor Coleridge reference?
[GD – educate me…]
Ah… sorry. Coleridge was an 18th century English poet, and the “H20 water” sign seemed to me redundant (“water water”)… but it brought to mind a couple of stanzas from the Rime of the Ancient Mariner: (his most famous work, other than Kubla Khan)
“Water water everywhere, And all the boards did shrink
Water water everywhere, Nor any drop to drink”
I know. Pretty obscure… but that’s what your picture brought to mind.
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