Breathing is bad for you

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    Everybody knows, that you need air that you won't die (no, I'm not meaning you're immortal with this), but we could die through breathing.

    Why can we die through breathing:
    Because of the bad air made by:
    - Cars
    - Factories
    - Smoking (that's not that bad for the air, but if other people are in the same room and now window is open, the person "smokes" with you)

    I know not that much points, but we can still die cause the bad air, which can contain some toxic gasses.
     
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    uhm...
    no
    I'm from werfs Flammen. (aka Germany cause a Flammenwerfer werfs Flammen)
     
  4. Veho

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    Air contains oxygen, and oxygen is the main ingredient of fire.
    Think about that.
     
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