‘I’m so angry’: What to know about water-cooler wars with swimming pools

The US Coast Guard is urging people not to drink their own tap water at swimming pools.

It also urged parents to keep their kids at home when swimming.

The agency also warned that the public was at risk when they did drink their tap water.

A report from the U.S. Coast Guard says in the past year there have been 17 deaths from drinking tap water in the United States, mostly from people who were intoxicated.

The U.N. agency, which is based in Geneva, said last week that it was investigating the deaths, but had no immediate report.

As the U,S.

continues to grapple with the health risks posed by drinking tap and shower water, the public is at risk, said the UN. report.

The report also warned of a new and emerging problem in drinking water in parts of the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India, China and Mexico.

Swimming pools are increasingly becoming a battleground.

In New York City, a police officer was shot by a man after he shot into a swimming pool at a Brooklyn neighborhood party.

In San Francisco, a man was killed by his roommate after he drank from a drinking fountain.

In Los Angeles, a woman was killed when her roommate was attacked while drinking at a nearby swimming pool.

In Seattle, a teenager was killed in a swimming accident when his friend was trying to stop him from drinking from a swimming fountain.

But while some experts say the US. should drink less water, others say the public shouldn’t be drinking from pools at all.

“This is an issue we need to address in a global way, as we move forward, said Susan K. Anderson, executive director of the Environmental Working Group.

Anderson and others are calling for an end to the “tipping culture” that encourages people to drink from their own taps at the same time.

The group says that the drinking habits of the public are becoming more widespread, as people use more energy to get to the bathroom than they used to.

According to the report, the number of drinking incidents in the U: