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Monday, September 17, 2001
Any amount is too much...

Wednesday, September 19, 2001

Friday, September 21, 2001
Solids, liquids, and gases...

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September 17, 2001: Al: We live in an air-purified space station. I don't understand where all of this dust comes from. Kepler: Well, 75 to 80 percent of household dust is dead skin cells. Al: Eww!! Kepler: Wait 'til I tell you how much isn't yours! September 19, 2001: Al: Kepler just told me that most of the dust in my room is dead skin cells! Will: Yeah. And? Al: Doesn't that concern you? Will: No more than knowing that every drop of water on this space station has been recycled! Al: (stares uneasily at his glass of water) September 21, 2001: Al: Think about it, Skip! Everything gets recycled on this space station! Everything!! There's no tellin what you're eating ... or drinking... or breathing! Skip: Dude, that explains the smell on Mexican food night! Al: I'll never look at a bean burrito the same way again!