Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Zu Brockovich

This is plain tap water from my kitchen faucet. As you can clearly see, it is not the most aesthetically pleasing liquid. However, after about 1 minute, the water returns to its original clear appearance. The reason for this seems to be that cold weather, in combination with pressure from pipes that lead from the reservoir into your home, create bubbles similar to those found in carbonated beverages. To some, this reason may be more than satisfactory when deciding on a form of hydration for you and your pet; but it is most certainly not okay with the Zu. When you're really thirsty, there is nothing like putting your lips up to an ice-cold glass of water and lapping away to your hearts content. It is crisp, refreshing, and it rejuvenates mind and body almost instantaneously. It is our life source, and most of the time it is taken for granted; especially when it comes to our pets. For years, the argument of whether or not tap water is safe to drink has continued with no end in sight. Of course, you can't believe everything you hear, but studies have shown that ... continues here

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