Git your water here!

We all know how beautiful our state is, and we all know how it attracts Japanese tourists. But why is it attracting Japanese customers for desalinated sea water? I’ve lived in Japan, so I know it’s also an island which has sea water all around it. What’s so good about ours? Quoting Mars Blackmon: “It’s the name. It’s gotta be the name.”

1 Comment so far

  1. quark (unregistered) on October 14th, 2004 @ 2:56 pm

    I found this quite perplexing too. The article mentions that the deep sea water is de-salinated but contains ionized chlorine, magnesium and calcium. Doesn’t the de-salination process remove this stuff? The end result should be pure water, ie. H2O. If that is true then the only thing differentiating this water is pure marketing.

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