Women attacked with bottles of urine near UT-Austin

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  1. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Women attacked with bottles filled with urine near UT-Austin (SA Express-News)

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  3. TGIRecovered

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    They should solve this pretty quickly if they look at a few surveillance videos just before and after both incidents. Wouldn't it be unlikely that a moron who throws pee would think no to wipe his prints off of this bottle before throwing? The idiot probably will brag to someone. He probably has all sorts of nasty germs ewww!


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    Urine is sterile at least, isn't it?

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    Yikes! Who told you that? ( and please. don't shake their hand!)


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    I recall watching a Discovery show about African tribes and they washed their hands behind a ox while it urinates because it was sterile and they had no access to clean water.
     
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    Tulessa Well-Known Member

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    Bodily fluids, Ebola anyone?
     
  9. AlwaysShocked

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    Actually, there was a time when, according to "folk medicine", urine was used as a "disinfectant". According to my very elderly mother, her grandmother was an advocate of using urine to wipe her face. God knows what it was supposed to do. Prevent acne maybe. But I do remember hearing about this.

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    Since writing the above, I googled "urine + acne". There are entire websites devoted to "urine therapy" for treating acne! So great grandma wasn't crazy after all?
     

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