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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 3:48pm

by Wet_Boots

That webpage (that link actually works) is somewhat amazing. Don't ever hire that guy based on his ability to present a reasoned argument.

Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 3:18pm

by nine9s

Amusing: 26 stretches (reasons) of why RP backflows should be banned.

In researching RPZs, I found the following web site (link below.) It is by a group of people evidently trying to fight backflow preventer requirement in their area.


I cant believe these people would seriously make these claims (for example they claim RPZ and other backflow devices are against Homeland Security Laws because they make it easy for terrorists to inject toxins into our water supply, so if you put one on your house you are aiding terrorists) but I guess they thought/think it will persuade lawmakers. Anyway, I found it amusing and wanted to share:

http://www.suncitydave.info/reasons/