I only bought it to take somewhere. I only buy a case of bottled water like 2 or 3 times a year. I keep some in my fridge for guests and I refill the plastic bottles with tap water for myself. Every time I leave my house I have at least one bottle with me and another if I take a backpack with me. Whenever I watch TV I always have a bottle of water nearby.
I started drinking tap water when I had a bad back and couldn't lift heavy things for a few weeks. I use the bottles for a few weeks and them throw them out and use new ones.
years of r&d, exploration, testing, equipment, drilling, manpower, refine the crude, delivery, distribution etc etc
or just turn the faucet on & fill up the bottles. yet somehow the water industry has convinced us that water s/b more expensive
I already make more than 98% of all union employees.... I take pride in the fact that my own hard work & ingenuity is what took me to this level. My view on union workers is virtually identical to welfare & food stamp recipients... I have no cause to envy either
......which is entirely why you keep repeating how you make more than union members right?
By the way, how did you come up with the 98% number?
Manufacturing facts to bolster your case isn't going to make your nonsense suddenly become true .... I, very rarely, speak about what I make ... I answer questions when they're posed .. But, it isn't something I get into, unsolicited. There's clearly no prudent way to substantiate someones income via an internet message-board (nor do I care to).. Therefore, you can either believe my words, or choose not to. Either way is completely irrelevant to me ...In the case you're referring to, someone stated that I "wished" that I belonged to a union... I simply replied that that'd be foolish, because I already make more than most people who work in a union. (I know this because I've easily seen thousands of loan apps come across my desk in my time... so, I've become all too familiar with what industries & unions pay)....The only union person that I've met that consistently made equal to, or more than I do, was my ex-father in law.. who was a "boss" for the longshoreman's union (he consistently made between $225k-$275k a year...and, even he regularly admitted that was obnoxiously overpaid)....
I'm guessing that soon ManTitties will get on his soapbox and preach how Little Debbie's can keep their costs down because the evil unions haven't driven them into the ground. Shitty ingredients and quality control have nothing to do with it. I approve of their Nutty Bars however.