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Waste removal and unlimited water!

Hey guys,

On my sloop I've finally figured out how to kill two birds with one stone. We've all had to deal with waste removal, and we also have to deal with needing water. So I simply plumbed my desalinator to my head, and now all of my waste gets recycled into pure, clean, delicious water. I haven't had to pump my head in months.

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Nice.

I just hired this guy as crew...



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hey, can I get a glass of water? Wait, um, never mind.

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As a schoolboy I was shown around one of the big Edinburgh sewage works.

At the end of the trip the guide, as his party piece, drew a glass of water from the works output and downed it. One member of the group then threw up.
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Honestly, the desalinator hooked up to the head works well. The water comes out clear, and doesn't smell, but it can be a little crunchy.
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