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Heather Poole
Flight attendant / Author of the New York Times bestseller CRUISING ATTITUDE: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama and Crazy Passengers.
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Heather Poole 8h
Replying to @hudn4
Not such an easy job. I assume.
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Heather Poole 10h
Replying to @goaliemomjams
Whoa. That’s....bright.
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Heather Poole 10h
Replying to @hudn4
What do you do at DFW?
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Heather Poole 13h
I’m wearing my grandfather’s shirt. AND SUSPENDERS. These are now my writing suspenders
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Heather Poole May 19
Products things by telling you what's NOT in them, instead of what's in them. That's how they lead you to believe something is safe when it's not. The other day I spotted "gluten free" shampoo. Shampoo doesn't have gluten in it!
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Heather Poole May 19
Fat, oil, or alcohol isn't the problem. The problem is the "flavor" - the synthetic chemicals used to make "flavor" - the chemicals nobody wants to talk about so they focus on fat and oil and alcohol or compare it to food instead of listing what's in it.
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Heather Poole May 19
Everything is better in the EU. 1,300 chemicals are banned in the the EU. Only 10 are banned in the US. People are skinnier because their food is healthier, more natural, easier for the body to digest. Here everything is full of preservatives. Get your e-juice overseas
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Heather Poole May 19
It’s getting harder and harder to find clothing made out of natural fibers. Anything 100% cotton, linen or wool is like an investment. If you’re cleaning out your closet and you’re going to throw something out that’s over 50% natural fibers, contact me!!!!
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Heather Poole May 19
Somebody posted something about detoxing & baking soda in connection to autoimmune disorders (hyper/hypothyroidism) so I did some research and found this recent article.
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Heather Poole May 19
Surprised it doesn’t happen more often.
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Heather Poole May 19
I’ve been googling “organic Japanese shikibuton” mattresses for over an hour now. That and tatami mats
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Heather Poole May 19
Replying to @Limeylizzie
I love Harry.
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Quote Catalog May 18
"Oh, darling, it’s true. Beautiful things have dents and scratches too." — Unknown
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Heather Poole May 18
Watch out Spirit Airlines.
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Heather Poole May 18
That’s why I don’t listen to general statements about toxic chemicals being safe. I’ve seen waaaay too many studies so I know how they skew data. Chemical industry is the same everywhere. Liars
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Heather Poole May 18
Skewed “science”. I just read a book about excitotoxins (flavor). The co claims aspartame is safe because...we don’t need that part of our brain. Because an hour after you eat “flavor” you’re fine. (6 hours later is a different story). Fascinating book.
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Heather Poole May 18
I don’t yell at vapers. I’m not even sure how I got into this conversation. But don’t be fooled into thinking vape is safe - Or safer than cigarettes. I know how this game works because I’ve been fighting the same toxic chemicals in a different industry. Same BS script.
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Heather Poole May 18
Ok so tell me the ingredients of your favorite “flavor” - all the ingredients including the one listed as “flavor” - not just the main ingredients
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Heather Poole May 18
Hmmm.... you could use food “flavoring” (still bad) or use e-liquid “flavoring” (worse). Notice in this how to make your own ejuice recipe they don’t tell you exactly what the “flavor” is (synthetic toxic chemicals). For a reason.
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Heather Poole May 18
Nobody is addressing “flavor” for a reason.
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