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Friday, March 11, 2011

Tanks in a line...

Who in their right mind would want to put any part of anhydrous ammonia into their body? Nevertheless, it is used to make meth...and farmers in our area have to be careful with what they use. I have heard of one talking about actually having to hide the tanks of it that they use.

10 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

Sad. I can't imagine being dependent on anything so toxic.

George said...

As if farmers don't have enough problems. It's too bad that they have to worry about someone stealing their chemicals.

Carletta said...

WV just tried to pass a bill that you needed a prescription to buy Sudafed and the like because of the use it has in Meth. It was a tie vote and failed.

Gill - That British Woman said...

what do they use it for Rose?

Gill

Lowell said...

Beautifully composed photo, Rose!

But we do live in a crazy world!

Lowell said...

Oh, I meant to tell you I like the way you think! No one else noticed the "P" down below on the Images post!

TexWisGirl said...

BTW, I awarded your blog an award yesterday. Please come by and pick it up. I love your blog! :)

Small City Scenes said...

Too sad---
1. that we need chemicals at all
2. that we have to worry about them being stolen
3. that before WW11 all farmers were organic.
Actually a nice shot though.
MB

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm not surprised farmers have to hide it!

Tracy said...

Hah, very intersting...I would never even have thought that wouldhappen, but then again, I'm so naieve...what a shame!

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