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    Re: Who Would Be The Fool In This Scenario?

    Posted by johncodie on 6/04/03

    Failure to read the warning labels:

    Young black man from a predomiantly black town (true toxic
    case) has an obsession about body odor. He was very concious
    about bathing and putting on deoderant, but you know how hot
    the south can be and some individuals prespire differently.
    He would spray himself from head to toe with deoderant
    several times a day. Read the warning labes! The greving
    parents did not give thought to his perspective on odor any
    second thought and did not think about the practice as being
    dangerous. There was no indication that he was under the
    care of a physican as the life long practice was affecting
    his health. The cornor determined that his death was from
    the toxic affects of absortion and affects upon his
    respritory system.

    The same may be ture in the case of the lady that uses too
    much perfume. I would suggest some way to mask the odor, or
    black the passages. Or to get your message across would be
    the bring out a huge can of your personal deoderant and, well
    lets just say freshen up.

    On 6/04/03, Dana Marya wrote:
    > Someone elses toxicity is not necessarily my problem! But...
    > Here I am lingering around a co-worker who's doused herself
    > in cheap perfume. Just to cope without acting too awkward,
    > I psyche myself into believing 'it won't harm me!' As the
    > minutes pass, my nose begins to stuff as my nostrils swell
    > and close up. My throat gets scratchy. I start sneezing,
    > coughing, and my head feels like it's filled with cement.
    > But still I try telling myself 'it's all delusional.' I'm a
    > fake? Really?
    > Hey, wait a minute.....why am I settling for suffering
    > because it's not common to speak up and tell a person
    > you're being irritated by their toxicity? In other words,
    > if one choses to lack education on the matter, realizing
    > how harmful these chemicals are to their health as well as
    > mine, I should lower myself to be on their level, exposing
    > myself, and allowing harm to my health also? That's
    > insanity!!! No.......I will always run from toxic
    > chemicals........and what will my reaction be when I'm
    > DELIBERATELY exposed? Expect a 'normal' angry, defensive
    > and irritable witch. If the feedback annoys them why did
    > they heckle that person in the first place? Authorities
    > should deeply consider that....who's harassing who?
    > If they disrespectfully continue to wear the perfume all
    > the more, or expose you to some other chemical they're
    > aware that bothers you, conveying their message that 'you
    > cannot make rules' which is such a naive way of looking at
    > an MCS'ers request for avoiding chemicals......then is this
    > NOT harassment? Should it NOT fall into the category of
    > disturbing the peace? What rights does a person have,
    > towards protecting their health? And what can they do about
    > this hate and spitefulness received by people deliberately
    > causing unnecessary exposure to 'poison?' Are we allowing
    > these demons to kill us in their own little 'allowed'
    > and 'surreptitious' way, because the laws need improvement
    > considering how sneaks operate? I think it's about time we
    > crack down on people who've been tormenting the people with
    > MCS way too long enough, possibly exacerbating their
    > condition with their negligent, immature game playing!!!

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