Here is a blog post about a new voter test. If you don’t like Scrubbing Bubble Toilet Cleaning Stamps (https://www.scrubbingbubbles.com/en-us/products/fresh-gel), you are not qualified to vote. 😉
BTW. I use Scrubbing Bubble Toilet Cleaning Stamps, but it never occurred to me to used them as a voter intelligence test. I wonder how we could implement that. Only those folks who can clean a toilet properly get to vote? That is, when we go to the polls to vote, before we can cast our ballots, we have to clean a toilet. You have to wonder how that would affect voter turnout.
I have started to use Scrubbing Bubble Toilet Cleaning Stamps. If you are not familiar with them, they are the gel stamps that come in a tube, and you squeeze them to the side of the inside of the bowl, and every time you flush, they clean and deodorize.
They do as advertised, keep the bowel fresh and clean for the most part, minimizing the amount of scrub time I need to commit each month.
Here is the thing, I checked the reviews from Amazon, and they scored well over 4 stars, so I decided to see why some people ranked them a one star. Here is my conclusion: I could squeeze more IQ points out of a beavers ass then many of these people present. It is really obvious that they did not read directions, got carried way, tried to overpower the dispenser, and are mistaking the smell of…
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