I didn't say that at all. There are bacteria in any public drinking system. This really shouldn't surprise anyone. Had they said they found this much bacteria in OZARKA bottled water, THEN there would be an issue. The misconception here is that anyone thought there weren't bacteria to begin with. The average person doesn't realize just how much bacteria are crawling all over them and living in them all day long all of their lives. Thus why I mentioned that there are more bacteria in the human mouth than there are in the average toilet. If you kissed your wife today, you aren't sterile. That's reality.
You show your own lack of any sense of logic simply by not being able to follow that line of thinking without deep explanation.