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If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
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09-08-2018 08:10 PM

 



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If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
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Why is it that people complain about the springs, is it because they want to bottle and sell the water?
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RE: If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 08:10 PM)
Why is it that people complain about the springs, is it because they want to bottle and sell the water?

They are pulling so much water from California, without paying much to the state.
Someone got a massive kickback for that deal.
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RE: If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
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Why is it that people complain about the springs, is it because they want to bottle and sell the water?

They are pulling so much water from California, without paying much to the state.
Someone got a massive kickback for that deal.

Don't they own the property where the water is?

If I buy property that has a massive lake, can I sell the lake water?
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RE: If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
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They are pulling so much water from California, without paying much to the state.
Someone got a massive kickback for that deal.

Don't they own the property where the water is?

If I buy property that has a massive lake, can I sell the lake water?

And how much are they just pulling from "tap"? Lots of it.
Don't people have water at their own houses?
Drink it!!
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RE: If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 08:13 PM)
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They are pulling so much water from California, without paying much to the state.
Someone got a massive kickback for that deal.

Don't they own the property where the water is?

If I buy property that has a massive lake, can I sell the lake water?

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201...s-victory/
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RE: If I bought the water springs that Nestle owns would others still complain?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-09-2018 04:06 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 08:13 PM)
Don't they own the property where the water is?

If I buy property that has a massive lake, can I sell the lake water?

And how much are they just pulling from "tap"? Lots of it.
Don't people have water at their own houses?
Drink it!!

Tap water tastes like metal pipes. I don't like it RoflRofl I prefer my water in a bottle and with a little bit of salt and calcium in it... I bought a 24 of Nestle water bottles recently, and a 24 of President's Choice water for 1$ more. Comparing the two? I prefer the cheaper Nestle water for its taste..

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