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I'd say something witty here but I'm stumped to come up with anything funnier than that sign.

The signs at the cascading pools in Waterfront Park are meant to frighten: They proclaim in bold letters, "danger" and "high levels of hydrogen."

But the warnings are bogus.

The water in the fountain pools is, like all water, made of two-thirds hydrogen atoms and one-third oxygen atoms.

And as any chemistry student can tell you, there is no health threat from coming into contact with H20.

David Karem, the Waterfront Development Corp.'s executive director, had the signs made to try to keep people out of the water after health officials raised concerns about bacteria in the fountains last year.

However, tests this year show the fountains meeting swimming pool standards.


Karem acknowledged that he might be fighting a losing battle. "I could go out there with stun guns," he said, and it would do no good.

Now that's really funny.

Water with hydrogen in it? If you think that sounds nasty, check this out:

http://www.dhmo.org/

LOLOWZER!!!!111!!! Who has enough time to put that together? That's funny.

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