From: Ernie Lippert <ernielippert**At_Symbol_Here**TOAST.NET>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Sisyphean task
Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2014 12:27:32 -0500
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From today’s (11/7/2014) list of Chemical safety headlines:

“Amador said there was a bucket of hydrogen sulfide on the car seat next to the man. A few breaths of the chemical will kill a person, he said.”

Some editor certainly missed something along the way. I started keeping such examples in the early 70’s but soon stopped because it was a Sisyphean task





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