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Thursday, April 21, 2011


how u think u can classify a drink ..because of its price..directly responsible for the health of some-one who is homeless is rediculous. I recently bought a 3 litre bottle of this and if it were not for the fact that it was microbe infected...not manufactured in a sterile environment..i would have drank all of it...and im not homeless...do u have to be homeless to drink this stuff? perhaps u can approach this problem by assessing quality control and stopping manufacture that way. i got my 3.58 back..this is the 2nd time.

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