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Dihydrogen_Monoxide Alert

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Hey everyone. Just letting you know that often times after a rain, a birdbath may be subjected to increased levels of Dihydrogen-Monoxide. Just be aware and take precautions.

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Actually it's not often times, it's every time. Unless the composition of water has changed since the last time I looked.

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Oooooh, someone just cracked his first chemistry textbook whistle.

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