Although she knows her community doesn't have lead-tainted water, she does know of at least one other resident who had identical symptoms after a month of living there. "I shower, I brush my teeth with it. But I'm distrustful of the water. I can empathize with what the folks are going through in Flint, even just to a small degree, because I am afraid of the water I have. I won't even make ice with the tap water. ... I started buying bottled water, I switched over to getting gallon jugs, and I haven't had any issues with my kidneys since then."
Again, this deplorable deterioration of government initiative, infrastructure, and human health is happening in America, right now, and not in some dystopian hellscape featured in a movie you once found in the nickel VHS bin of your local video store (before it turned into a Cold Stone Creamery). Our parents were promised Star Trek. We're getting, like, f*****g Battletruck.
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Aaand we just gave some Flint city official an idea to revive their economy.
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