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Old 05-29-2008, 10:35 AM   #61
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Old 06-01-2008, 10:59 AM   #62
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I hadn't heard the term "washlet" before so googled it. You can buy one for about $800 or $200 less if you don't want the wireless remote control. Maybe something to spend your stimulus rebate check on?

Toto SW553 Washlet
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ROUND SEAT
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• New reinforced base plate for enhanced durability
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Front and Rear Washing
Massage Feature with Cycling Motion
• Warm Air Drying with Variable Three-Temperature Setting
• Automatic Air Deodorizer
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• Convenient Wireless Remote Control with Large LCD Panel
• Docking Station for Easy Cleaning & Installation
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Old 06-01-2008, 05:42 PM   #63
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I wonder if they know, or care, how environmentally unfriendly book publishing is. Typically publishers deliberately over print books and force them through the various distribution channels (via planes, trains, & automobiles). When said books fail to sell, the bookstores ship them back to the publisher (more planes, trains & automobiles) who then ships them (yet more planes, trains & automobiles) to the landfill. A highly wasteful system with a HUGE footprint.
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Just FYI, I've noticed a direct correlation between increasing fiber intake and decreasing TP needs. I posit that, given enough fiber, stool becomes self-wiping.
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Just FYI, I've noticed a direct correlation between increasing fiber intake and decreasing TP needs. I posit that, given enough fiber, stool becomes self-wiping.
yes, mid-poop break offs are very wasteful. perhaps a daily tablespoon of fiber and a good cup of coffee and we'd all be down to one wipe poopers...
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yes, mid-poop break offs are very wasteful. perhaps a daily tablespoon of fiber and a good cup of coffee and we'd all be down to one wipe poopers...
I sense that this thread is taking a really crappy turn
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Right! So everyone caught Modern Marvels on cable yesterday(fertilizer) - the part where the highly processed human poop made it to the fairways in New Jersey.

No word on the greens.

heh heh heh - one human produces enough fertilizer in his/her pee to fertilize a years worth of corn and wheat. Man you learn all kinds of stuff on cable - if it wasn't for this thread- the program would never have caught my eye. .
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