There are certain things you’re going to want filtered out of your water though, such as the stuff Brita filters out and chromium-6, at least if you live in the US. You need a special filter for that shit though and it’s not cheap.
Actually a berkey water filter is better because it has ceramic filters. Because it takes all the contaminates out without compromising the minerals in the water. But I think the one caveat is that you get best results from spring water or well water instead of tap.
Ah yes, I’ve heard of them. But I think a lot of people like the idea of having a pitcher.
Tap water at home (same watershed as Poland Spring/Nestle)
Bottle water at work because it tastes like a fucking swamp there.
And that price tag too
To be clear… I drink straight from the tap…
But my house is on tank supply… So its all rainwater anyways lol
Natural gas heat VS electric heat.
- Natural gas heat
- Electric heat
- natural gas
- wood stove
- electric heat
- oil furnace
- solar roof array
That’s not an answer… That is what 90 percent of houses has. Gas or electric.
Electric, because I rent a shitty apartment.
Can’t wait until I’m not poor so I could afford solar panels, maybe a house too.
The Automotive Thread made me curious:
- New Car (Current Year Model or Last Year’s) 'cause I’m filthy rich… with debt
- Kinda-Still-New Car (2 - 4 years old)… still got my debt
- Getting-old Car (5 - 10 years old)
- Old-ass Car (11 years or older), I’m a Classic
Where’s “getting old - still got some debt” at?
Old-ass car (11 years or older)…
my car is 16 yo
D’ah, shoot. Was actually gonna write that on the 4th option. Will try to edit after a few!
EDIT: Too late, can’t make any changes anymore ;_;
My father’s 23…
New car because truck was failing and parents sold house and got a new one so some spare cash resulting in new car
If you’re financing, might as well get something untainted.
Got this with a trade in and cash, also year end deal so 20% off