Suzy Q was reading the Sunday Daily News at MQHQ. “Did you know bottled water has an expiration date?”


“What?”


“I’ll read it to you, Mighty, from ‘Ask Marilyn, by Marilyn Vos Savant’ in the Parade section. Water intended for drinking often has an expiration date because after lengthy storage it may develop a taste or smell that consumers won’t like, even though the water is safe. And with all bottled water (including distilled or purified water, etc.) the container is a factor. After a long period of time, it may warp or leak, especially when stacked. Also, there’s the possibility of even unopened, undamaged containers eventually leaching plastic compounds that makes the dating necessary.”


“Let me see that, Suzy Q. I’ll print this during the week. I’m sure it will interest some readers.”


Mighty was waiting on the Spurs (-10) on Tuesday and likes the Predators on Wednesday. The deficit is 1070 sirignanos.

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