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on huffing paint dust

i discovered today that you can inhale a lot more paint dust that you might think you can. we're repainting our house and i spent the day scraping our cedar shake siding. normally i might consider Doing The Right Thing and wearing some sort of mask to keep out particles, but today it was way to hot to be concerned such practicalities.

so i've got scads of paint dust packed into every nook and cranny of my upper respiratory system and i'm thinking that maybe a face mask wouldn't have been so bad afterall.

i'm sure there's no long term health effects to inhaling paint dust for eight hours. uh, huh.

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9/07/2003 07:13:00 PM 0 comments


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