[LMB] Kidney stones and giving birth and combat drops wasRe: OT: husband?s ?fun? in the ER
ravenclaweric at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 17:50:34 BST 2021
When I was in school, every day school lunch included a half-pint of milk
in a small box container.
I went off drinking the stuff straight after a time when my mom made me
drink a big glass of it that had started to go off. To be fair to her, she
had a very poor sense of smell and couldn't smell it, but I could. She
thought it was a test of wills, and she hated losing those.
On Fri, Oct 29, 2021 at 6:57 AM Gwynne Powell <gwynnepowell at hotmail.com>
> From: Marc Wilson <marc.wilson at gmx.co.uk>
> On Thu, 28 Oct 2021 14:49:32 -0400, Kathy Collett
> >I do too, in pretty rural upstate NY ? or really, rural-adjacent college
> town. Insulated milkbox outside the door. Alas, the milk comes in plastic
> gallons, not the glass quarts we got 20 years ago.
> Still reasonably available in the UK, depending on where you live. And
> still in glass bottles (which are returned, and used on average about 50
> times IIRC).
> Gwynne: When I was in Primary school (ages 5 - 12), the government gave
> all school children a small bottle of milk, every day. The milk was
> delivered in
> crates. Not cartons, not insulated, just open crates. In Australia. The
> milk would
> be delivered in the morning, and sit on the verandah until it was time to
> distribute it. In Australia. In summer. They did it to improve nutrition,
> and for
> those children who needed it, it was probably a successful program. But it
> made a generation of children think less than happy thoughts about
> drinking milk.
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