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Re: What to do with labels on medication bottles? gabbix2

Posted by sb417 on December 28, 2003, at 17:28:34

In reply to Re: What to do with labels on medication bottles? sb417, posted by gabbix2 on December 28, 2003, at 15:42:28

> > > Some people go through garbage out of necessity, not to steal identities. Recycling goods is the only way some people have to keep themselves from> starving.
The man I saw that night was taking papers out of garbage bags and putting them in his box. Unless he is able to eat and digest paper, I don't think that will keep him from starving. And, although I have not seen rat poison at my present apartment, I have seen previous landlords placing rat poison in the garbage. Many rat poisons contain warfarin, an anticoagulant. Ingestion of warfarin causes the rats to bleed to death. I hope that starving people will not eat rat poison. There are soup kitchens, community centers and relief organizations in my town that serve lunches and dinners every day of the week. That is preferable to eating garbage with or without rat poison. I realize, however, that not all communities have these resources.




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