I'm personally not going to waste a moment of my time worrying about it.
Everything kills you, everything is dangerous, everything causes cancer. You can't even break wind in California without an environmental emissions certificate.
We seriously have become a society that is afraid of its own shadow.
No need to apologize.No no, not at all. My apologies if I implied there was.
I just am beginning to feel like we seem to be afraid of everything.
I've been so concerned with this that I've taken to eschewing all manner of preparation vessels. Now I simply hold a pile of loose leaves in my hand and pour boiling water over it. Makes for easy clean up, too.
The only downside is the rather nasty looking burns, which slightly alters the taste of the tea. I was referred to a doctor for skin grafts, but I had to turn away when I saw this sign at his office.
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What do I do now?
Let me introduce you to a friend of mine. He works for the Chinese secret service, and he's also an expert in tea. He's that chap over there in the tuxedo.What do I do now?
Hmm. I would reply but staring at this monitor that I guess gives me cancer, while typing on this keyboard that had lead in it just caused me to die......well at least if I was in CaliforniaHang in . . . as a Mod of this forum I think this may be drifting off topic.
Can't remember what the topic is . . . .
Yes I'd be ok with metal and also natural material tea infusers. Heck I think mostly where I have tea they just chuck it in the pot and it settles down to the bottom . . . mostly.
You guys are going to start a hoarding of stainless steel infusers which will surely lead to an acute and potentially chronic shortage. Couple that with the fact that government agencies are purchasing stainless infusers at an alarming rate (nearly three times the amount they will use for brewing in a given year) and many of us will be unable to brew at all. What good is exercising our 99th amendment right to purchase and own teapots if we are unable to acquire infusers to use them? Conspiracy?
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