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24 July 2008 @ 03:07 pm
Radioactive Countertops  
Somewhere deep inside of me, a fledgeling interior kitchen designer and a never-quite-outgrown geeky kid are both going, "Whoa..." for totally different reasons...

(Yes, I AM supposed to be working on my Networks final, and I'll be doing that in just a moment.)
Current Mood: enthralledenthralled
Plaidplaidomatic on July 24th, 2008 09:03 pm (UTC)
I just want me counter tops to glow in the dark, and provide mild heating to keep my bagels warm. Is that so wrong?
Радаdigitalemur on July 24th, 2008 09:32 pm (UTC)
If I get radioactive countertops will they irradiate my bananas and apples and oranges so the %$#& fruit flies leave them the hell alone? If so, COUNT ME IN.
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Hunterjjhunter on July 25th, 2008 04:37 am (UTC)
I'm with foobear here.

I see "radioactive" and "countertops" together and I go "hhhmmmmm. Oh. Granite. Duh."

In Maine, there's a whole bunch of granite, so a good bit of radon floating around. I have some relatives who had to change the way their house was ventilated (or something - it's been a while).

I'm kind of surprised I haven't heard much about it being an issue in Georgia. (Especially since there's that HUGE piece of defaced granite nearby.)