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Hikers, backpackers and campers, ignore the lies of Big Filtration!

It was perhaps inevitable that after people mocked raw waterers, that someone would issue a Well Actually. The rebuttal to campers — and everyone else — who said drinking untreated water is a very stupid idea goes a bit like this: Some studies show you’re unlikely to catch a disease that gives you firehose poop […]
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