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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical safety
warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles



Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your age.


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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles



Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your age.


I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to my
question?


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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles



Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your age.


I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to my
question?



Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.


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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles


Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your age.


I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?



Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.


Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles





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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles


Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your age.

I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?



Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.


Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles



Then why did you ask?


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On May 27, 3:39*pm, "Freckles" wrote:
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.


Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?


Freckles


Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your age.


I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?


Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.


Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.

http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles


Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.

I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?



Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.


Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles



Then why did you ask?


Can't you read? Try reading my post! If it's beyond your grade level ask
your mom or dad for help.




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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.


Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?


Freckles


Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.


I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?


Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.


Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.

http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide

I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"

One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried using
Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses are now
looking great.

With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've received so
far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like an
ignorant whatever.

Freckles


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On May 27, 3:39 pm, "Freckles" wrote:
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"Freckles" wrote in message
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"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.
Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?
Freckles
Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.
I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?
Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.

Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.

http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide

I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"

One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried using
Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses are now
looking great.

With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've received so
far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like an
ignorant whatever.

Freckles


You ask a stupid question then flame the respondents. What did you expect?


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On May 28, 6:24*am, Frank wrote:
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On May 27, 3:39 pm, "Freckles" wrote:
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"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.
Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?
Freckles
Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.
I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer to
my question?
Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could be
used in the same way.
Because IT CAN!


Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.


Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.


http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide


I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"


One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried using
Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses are now
looking great.


With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've received so
far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like an
ignorant whatever.


Freckles


You ask a stupid question then flame the respondents. *What did you expect?- Hide quoted text -

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Frank - It was a legitimate question, your reply was asinine!!
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"hr(bob) " wrote in message
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On May 28, 6:24 am, Frank wrote:
Freckles wrote:
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On May 27, 3:39 pm, "Freckles" wrote:
"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message


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"Freckles" wrote in message
news:[email protected] com...
"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message
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"Freckles" wrote in message
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the
identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.
Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see
if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?
Freckles
Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.
I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer
to
my question?
Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could
be
used in the same way.
Because IT CAN!


Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.


Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.


http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide


I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"


One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried
using
Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses are
now
looking great.


With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've
received so
far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like an
ignorant whatever.


Freckles


You ask a stupid question then flame the respondents. What did you
expect?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Frank - It was a legitimate question, your reply was asinine!!
===========


If 10 products all say "For external use only" on their labels, are these
products all the same?


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"Frank" wrote in message
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Freckles wrote:
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On May 27, 3:39 pm, "Freckles" wrote:
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"Freckles" wrote in message
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"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message
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"Freckles" wrote in message
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the
identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.
Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see
if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?
Freckles
Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.
I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer
to
my question?
Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could
be
used in the same way.
Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.

http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide

I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"

One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried
using Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses
are now looking great.

With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've received
so far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like
an ignorant whatever.

Freckles

You ask a stupid question then flame the respondents. What did you
expect?


The only question asked was:

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

Freckles


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"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message
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"hr(bob) " wrote in message
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On May 28, 6:24 am, Frank wrote:
Freckles wrote:
"Mycosimian" wrote in message
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On May 27, 3:39 pm, "Freckles" wrote:
"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message


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"Freckles" wrote in message
news:[email protected] com...
"JoeSpareBedroom" wrote in message
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"Freckles" wrote in message
news:[email protected] s.com...
Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the
identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.
Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see
if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?
Freckles
Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.
I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the answer
to
my question?
Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion
that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products could
be
used in the same way.
Because IT CAN!


Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.


Freckles


What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.


http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide


I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"


One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried
using
Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses are
now
looking great.


With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've
received so
far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like an
ignorant whatever.


Freckles


You ask a stupid question then flame the respondents. What did you
expect?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Frank - It was a legitimate question, your reply was asinine!!
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If 10 products all say "For external use only" on their labels, are these
products all the same?


The question was about only one product which is know to kill insects as
well as being a good cleaning agent.

In case you have forgotten, that question was:

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

And it has yet to be answered.

Freckles


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On May 28, 6:24 am, Frank wrote:
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On May 27, 3:39 pm, "Freckles" wrote:
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Just read the safety warning on a bottle of 409. It has the
identical
safety warning as the organic insect killing soap sprays I have.
Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to
see if
it will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?
Freckles
Mind if I ask how old you are? I'll explain after you tell me your
age.
I'm over 21 and under 100. What has my age got to do with the
answer to
my question?
Because I can't understand how you came to the bizarre conclusion
that
identical safety warnings meant two entirely different products
could be
used in the same way.
Because IT CAN!

Look Formula 409 up on Google and learn something.

Freckles

What words are you searching on google? I didn't find anything saying
to use it in the garden. It will definitely kill some bugs.

http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/saf...%20CLEANER.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butoxyethanol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethylene_oxide

I think I used "Formula 409+insecticide"

One person said their roses were being eaten up by pest until he tried
using
Formula 409 spray on them. He said it worked miracles and his roses
are now
looking great.

With only one opinion, I asked my question about Formula 409 on this
Newsgroup. I was hoping for some useful information and all I've
received so
far, besides your question, is some juvenile delinquent playing like
an
ignorant whatever.

Freckles

You ask a stupid question then flame the respondents. What did you
expect?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Frank - It was a legitimate question, your reply was asinine!!
===========


If 10 products all say "For external use only" on their labels, are these
products all the same?


The question was about only one product which is know to kill insects as
well as being a good cleaning agent.

In case you have forgotten, that question was:

Has anyone ever tried Formula 409 on their roses or flowers to see if it
will kill the insects and not hurt the plants?

And it has yet to be answered.

Freckles




Thanks. We all saw the question. If you'd left out your REASON for asking
the question, you wouldn't have started this mess. Your reason was silly.

Now, I'm off to scrub my kitchen sink with Lubriderm skin cream. It says
"For external use only" on the label, and so does my container of Comet
powder, so the two products must be interchangeable.




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