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YouTube yanks videos showing dangerous 'Tide Pod challenge' - CNET

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agsragsr 812 Pts
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https://www.cnet.com/news/youtube-yanks-videos-showing-dangerous-tide-pod-challenge/#ftag=CAD590a51e

People eating these things. Nearly 220 teens were reportedly exposed to the capsules in 2017, and about 25 percent of those cases were intentional.  That is just crazy and idiotic.  
  1. Title Pod challenge is insane

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  • I honestly don't understand why they even keep making the pods.  The role they serve was performed fine by the shelf offerings that preceded them.  Heck, if car manufacturers came up with fluid pods and kids started eating them I believe they'd be put to an end and the cars possibly even recalled themselves.  Because all the car fluids can be delivered in safer and more traditional ways.  We simply don't need pods.  And likewise, they could just as easily not make them look like candy if they wanted.
  • I say, let the stupid weed themselves out.
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  • Darwin awards are earned.
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  • I think that the Tide Pod challenge is practically suicide. Even if you don't swallow it there is still poison that is getting in your saliva and into your system so I think it is insane to do this challenge. Kids are not thinking and being smart.
  • agsr said:
    Article -
    https://www.cnet.com/news/youtube-yanks-videos-showing-dangerous-tide-pod-challenge/#ftag=CAD590a51e

    People eating these things. Nearly 220 teens were reportedly exposed to the capsules in 2017, and about 25 percent of those cases were intentional.  That is just crazy and idiotic.  


    I bought a package of Lifesavers candy, and the Tide capsules to show family and friends that there was almost no difference between either the packaging of the candy, or the candy itself from the detergent capsules. Have you guys read the statistics of how many children were hospitalized with permanent injuries who ate the candy-looking pods since it's creation?
    Usually it was the poorer mothers who used the laundromat, with kids running around, seeing the pods and eating them.

    To make the detergent pods look like candy was done on purpose targeting specific groups, mostly those collecting welfare or some other government subsidies. The snake tongued NASA-minds strike again!

    As for teens taking it, that's a whole different story, how many "likes" and "views" and News channel recognition can encourage them. But look at (from time 1:35) what the real intent was




    now why in hell would they keep making them look like candy, right? Even the teens wouldn't think of gulping out of the plain old plastic detergent bottles, never happened. But these candy-like pods really do beg for a challenge. I wouldn't be surprised if the Designers/Makers of these detergent pods are the ones who started this teen-challenge!? I just know it, feel it in my nuggets. Just listen to the BS at time 1:57 - like Procter and Gamble gives a hoot about us so called "subhuman races", 
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