One medicine label says that children should take 2 teaspoons of the medicine every 2 hours. A mother gives the medicine to her son. She confuses the teaspoon and tablespoon. She gives her son 2 tablespoons of the medicine at 7 AM. It is too much medicine. At 11:30 her son is very sleepy. The mother shouts, "WAKE UP!!!" She is worried. Another medicine label has one dose for adults and one dose for children. A father reads the label wrong. At 7:00 AM, he gives his little daughter the adult dose by accident. He should give her 2 pills, but he gives her 4. At 12:00 PM his daughter is very sleepy. The father shouts, "WAKE UP!!!" He is worried Background information:
Be careful of used tanks as they are being discarded for a reason, out of date for safety may be the biggest of them. Tanks can and do rust from the inside and around the welded areas. Where I work we sell bottles and propane and we have had safety bulletins about a tank blowing because of a weak weld. Luckily no one was killed. Test the tank by tapping it with a non-sparking hammer around the bottom and near the welds while listening to the difference in sound. You may also want to flood the tank with water to rid the tank of the smell before using it for an air tank. After which you may also want to add some alcohol to the tank to get rid of the water then let it air dry in the sun to remove the alcohol.