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The majority of the planet is inundated with it Without it our bodies would shrivel up like raisins and we would die Sit down in any restaurant and almost instantly someone will pour you a glass free of charge and without ordering a thing Walk down most any major hallway and you will find a fountain gushing forth free for all who want a gulp or two Venture into your kitchen bathroom or laundry room and turn on the faucet most likely a clear liquid unless you happen to live in New York will flow out in abundance What am I talking about What could you possible get for free in this profit-gouging world of ours Water Why then are there innumerable companies bottling what we can essentially get for free and selling sell it for big profits Because people are buying it In fact so many people buy it that companies are spending big money on advertising to compete with all the new brand waters that continue to flood the market Water tastes like water whether it is fortified filtered or bottled directly from some natural spring Sure there may be a slight difference in the quality of taste but essentially they all are the same Aquafina and Evian are two well-known brand waters I have The Aquafina ad takes up a full page but is split into two pictures On top are three teenage girls dressed in royal blue and gold soccer uniforms They all have dirty socks on which suggests that the team members are more than merely observers of the game One girl sits on the end of a bench with a soccer ball at her feet The other two girls are nearby jumping for joy assumable over a goal by their team All three look extremely happy and look to be yelling and cheering passionately It is a beautiful day in their world the sky is vibrant
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