As I mentioned above, public pools are so full of oxidizing agents that the water is probably less likely to have a living microbe in it than the tap water at my home. But, just because all the coliforms have been oxidized all to hell doesn't mean the turd isn't still there. <br><br>
It was a Baby Ruth, but Bill didn't toss it in, he was saddled with the job of draining and cleaning the pool (and later eating the candy bar when he realized what it was).<br><br>And John, its not where I swim, but where I don't swim. <br><br>
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