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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.
marvinfoobear on July 25th, 2008 01:48 am (UTC)
NYTimes discovers granite is radioactive. Middle school students across the country respond with "Duh."

Next week, our crack investigative reporters will get to the bottom of this whole "blue skies" thing.
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.)