Water is Life

Nice to know the government has nothing better to do than analyze shit. Should have invested that money in treatment plants.
DIRTY DEEDS: Pornhub hopes 'Dirtiest Porn Ever' will help clean up our oceans
Postmedia News
August 29, 2019
August 29, 2019 3:52 PM EDT
Pornhub is doing its part to help clean up the world's oceans by encouraging people to watch "The Dirtiest Porn Ever." (YouTube/PornHub)
Adult entertainment website Pornhub is hoping to clean up the planet by having you clean the pipes.
In its latest initiative, Pornhub hopes you “do yourself good for the good of the planet” with a viewing of The Dirtiest Porn Ever.
By viewing the new film, which stars Leolulu, one of the porn site’s most popular stars, Porhub will be donating funds to non-profit Ocean Polymers, an organization with a mandate of providing a sustainable solution to the removal and processing of ocean waste.
“As of today, 12.7 million tons of plastic can be found within the depths of our oceans,” Pornhub vice president Corey Price told LADBible. “Ocean pollution has grown to become of the most significant global issues of our lifetime, and it’s only getting worse. That’s why it’s imperative that we use our platform to raise awareness and inspire change — not just for the time being but for generations to come. We’re dirty here at Pornhub, but that doesn’t mean our beaches need to be.”
The porn itself naturally has a dirty plot.
The Dirtiest Porn Ever was shot at one of the world’s filthiest beaches, where Leolulu can be found doing the dirty deeds in the sand. However, it might be hard for the viewer to get their rocks off because the sexual acts are obscured by mounds of garbage.
As a cleaning crew begins to rid the beach of the trash, the sexual acts the couple is partaking in will be unveiled … in all its naked glory.
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Pornhub encourages randy adult film connoisseurs to watch the porno in its entirely. In exchange, the company will donate an undisclosed amount of cash to Ocean Polymers with each view.
So far, the trailer for The Dirtiest Porn Ever has racked up more than 1.5 million views.
Let’s hope that translates to even more clicks on Pornhub — the world depends on it.

Curious Cdn
.... in the sand, eh?


Don't try that at home, kid.

... or on hay bales!!
Hay bales was a big mistake. Bring a blanket.
Curious Cdn
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Hay bales was a big mistake. Bring a blanket.

... or Dettol and bandages ...
Japan may have to dump radioactive water from Fukushima into the sea, minister says
September 10, 2019
September 10, 2019 9:06 AM EDT
Storage tanks for radioactive water are seen at Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan Feb. 18, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato/File Photo
TOKYO — Japan’s Tokyo Electric Power will have to dump radioactive water from its destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean as it runs out of room to store it, the environment minister said on Tuesday.
Tokyo Electric, or Tepco, has collected more than 1 million tonnes of contaminated water from the cooling pipes used to keep fuel cores from melting since the plant was crippled by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
“The only option will be to drain it into the sea and dilute it,” the minister, Yoshiaki Harada, told a news briefing in Tokyo.
“The whole of the government will discuss this, but I would like to offer my simple opinion.”
The government is awaiting a report from an expert panel before making a final decision on how to dispose of the radioactive water.
Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, in a separate press briefing, described Harada’s comments as “his personal opinion.”
Tepco was not in a position to decide what to do but would follow the policy once the government made a decision, a spokesman for the utility said.
Employees of Tokyo Electric Power Co’s (TEPCO) wearing protective suits are seen inside a radiation filtering Advanced Liquid Processing Systems, known as ALPS, at tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Feb. 18, 2019. (REUTERS/Issei Kato/File Photo)
The utility says it will run out of room to store the water by 2022. Harada did not say how much water would need to be dumped into the ocean.
Any green light from the government to dump the waste into the sea would anger neighbours such as South Korea, which summoned a senior Japanese embassy official last month to explain how the Fukushima water would be dealt with.
“We’re just hoping to hear more details of the discussions that are under way in Tokyo so that there won’t be a surprise announcement,” a South Korean diplomat told Reuters, requesting anonymity due to the sensitivity of bilateral ties.
South Korea’s foreign ministry said in a statement said it had asked Japan “to take a wise and prudent decision on the issue.”
Relations between the East Asian nations are already frosty following a dispute over compensation for Koreans forced to work in Japanese factories in the Second World War.
Coastal nuclear plants commonly dump into the ocean water that contains tritium, an isotope of hydrogen that is hard to separate and is considered to be relatively harmless.
Tepco, which also faces opposition from fishermen, admitted last year that the water in its tanks still contained contaminants beside tritium.
“The government must commit to the only environmentally acceptable option for managing this water crisis which is long term storage and processing to remove radioactivity, including tritium,” Shaun Burnie, senior nuclear specialist with Greenpeace Germany, said in an email.