quote:Dehydrated water.. How about powdered water, where you take the powder, mix it with water and you get..water!
Originally posted by dkcase: Ernie Pyle reported he heard the troops in the ETO were getting dehydrated water from America .
quote:That was one of Steven Wright's one liners, about having powdered water, but didnt know what to add. Remember him? He is the guy with the decaffineated coffee table. Is he still around?
Originally posted by 55: ......How about powdered water, where you take the powder, mix it with water and you get..water!
quote:I have to disagree. Synthetic blinker fluid is much better in this application. I mean, just listen to this description and you’ll be sold!
Originally posted by Rev440: When the halogen fluid gets low, synth water is a good replacement.
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