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A free drink in town


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Posted by Clod on July 10, 2003 at 21:25:45 from (209.63.137.196):

When I was younger and went to town you could find free water most everywhere if you got thirsty.Most often a cold water fountain was in most business places.If not a station nearby had one.You could also get a drink from the water hose that was by the pumps for cars to fill their raditors.Along with that free air to air your bike tire up.But we have progressed to the point you seldom find free water,You buy it in bottles.It has become a trend to be seen drinking bottled water.There are several brands available.My guess it it all came from the Earth then evaporated into the sky and later back to the ground again to be harvested by these folks who bottle it.They might run it through a screen then name it,But it is water like the rest. The clocks that used to be seen in and out front of businesses back then are missing too.Free time is gone.It gave way to change also.Remember when they say change they hope you interprit that to be progress.


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