Clorox Clean Up With Bleach

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  • The fourth position in a team's batting order, typically reserved for a power hitter likely to clear the bases by enabling any runners to score
  • An act of removing or putting an end to disorder, immorality, or crime
  • An act of making a place clean or tidy
  • make a big profit; often in a short period of time; "The investor really cleaned up when the stock market went up"
  • dispose of; "settle the bills"
  • tidy: put (things or places) in order; "Tidy up your room!"
  • The Clorox Company is a manufacturer of various food and chemical products based in Oakland, California, which is best known for its bleach product, Clorox.
  • a commercial bleaching agent
  • remove color from; "The sun bleached the red shirt"
  • bleaching agent: an agent that makes things white or colorless
  • A chemical (typically a solution of sodium hypochlorite or hydrogen peroxide) used to whiten or sterilize materials
  • the whiteness that results from removing the color from something; "a complete bleach usually requires several applications"

Day 303
Day 303
May.22.2011 Today was so interesting. I didn’t fall asleep until 5. But there was good reason in this! The college kids next door were throwing a huge party. Their parties have been so excessively noisy for the past month and I dunno the reason behind it. Anyways, I was lying awake when I heard fireworks. That pissed me off. So I checked my phone and it was 3:30am. Shortly thereafter I heard someone screaming, “GET THE FUCK OUT” repeatedly— there were some party crashers. The people kept screaming and I guess the invited guests somehow got the crashers to leave and go to the front of their house. In the street, there was a scuffle. My mom said it was 10-15 guys brawling and someone then produced a hand-gun. Someone tried wrestling it from the guys hand when another guy broke a beer bottle and stabbed someone. My mom saw this all happen from the window. She then said a guy laid the stabbed guy down and was strangling him. Someone then called the cops who showed up in no time. There were at least 6 cops walking through the house, behind the house, interrogating kids, and looking for the suspect who stabbed the guy. The police ended up bringing a helicopter and a K9 unit to find the suspect with no avail. The stabbed guy was rushed to the hospital with life threatening injuries and such. The cops lined up all 15 guys on the curb to get their information. It was really late at this point. I went to be around 5. I woke up at 8:45 to get ready for church. After church my mom called and said that in the morning she couldn’t drive her car because there was blood splatter on it and CSI needed to come and take pictures and such. There was so much blood on the asphalt. I thought that there would be a clean-up crew since there are so many pathogens in blood. I got bleach and poured it on the blood and then hosed it all down. There was reporter that came. I basically told her all of what I wrote here, but somehow it didn’t seem write… me telling her all of this when I wasn’t involved. I was just a spectator but I wasn’t objective or thorough enough to know all of the details so I canceled my interview. But I still managed to make it onto the news. I waited and my mom came home. We found a brush and I scrubbed the asphalt down. I wore sun glasses because blood can get into your eyes and carry all sorts of diseases (thank you devil in the freezer). Yeah, I’m super paranoid. Anyways, The news came on at 6:30 and you could see me butt as I was bent over rolling in the hose. The lady took a picture of my clorox. I feel bad that she didn’t get her sound bite, but at least I have my integrity. I’m so tired. Going to go to sleep without studying for spanish
Obi Wan believes in the power of BLEACH!
Obi Wan believes in the power of BLEACH!
When I got this Obi Wan figure it was seriously messed up. I didn't even want it, it was so nasty I didn't want to even touch it. The guy who originally bought it had kept it in its original box, stored inside a plastic tote. At some point the tote must have been flooded with water, because when I first got him the box was gone but the wire twistees that hold the figures in place inside the box were still in place, attached to some vestigal parts of the box. The figure's white clothes seemed to be covered in some sort of black spots (mildew?) and the brown dye from the robe had started to seep into it as well and discolored parts of it. There was even rat poop in various spots on the figure which is why I didn't even want to touch it. It's possible that those black spots was some form of rat poop that had disolved into the fabric. My supervisor thought the figure was salvagable but didn't want it for himself and kept pestering me to try and save it. I got bored enough the last few hours I was at work that day to try and clean it up enough so it would be presentable and sanitary enough to at least bring home. I used clorox wipes to clean up the figure itself and hand washed the clothes in the bathroom at my job on one of my breaks using only hand soap. Obi Wan's pants and robe seemed Okay after that, but his shirt and (for lack of a better term,) "Jedi Cumberbund", still looked horrible and I though they were going to have to be thrown out. My wife suggested soaking it in bleach and in just a few hours, the incredibly nasty stains I thought would never come out had magically disolved away! Truly, the Force is with BLEACH!

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