The rest of the album ("Crab in Honey") is good, as well.
>>That was actually a very delicate way the horse used to get the girl to stop beating on it. I think >>the girl should be grateful that the horse was so calm and reserved in that situation. I agree. For a 2,000 lb animal that instinctively kicks when irritated, that was a very gentle bit of correction.
I would gladly pay money to see this film. GLADLY, I TELL YOU!
Upvote for video from Portland Snowpocalypse '08.
Meh. I can do that.
In reply to this comment by Zonbie: hey PAgent hows it going over here? It goes just fine. Just trying to catch up after being on vacation.
No worries, Zonbie. That was a pretty funny typo.
Wow. Bitter, or just incredibly judgmental?
What's really sad is that after that first painful realization she walked AWAY from the tap to get a bottle of water from the fridge. That's got to be the no. 1 sign you're too invested in bottled water.
If I had to guess, I'd say that this happens due to the same principle that causes grain elevators to explode from fine dust in the air. Any sufficiently flammable material, if it is in small enough particles and exposed to air, will combust. You can do it yourself by blowing a handful of flour into a candle flame. The only difference is you are generating a spray of droplets of flammable liquid, rather than flammable dust.
There is no chemical reaction occurring here. It's a rapid crystallization of a supersaturated solution, which happens to be exothermic.
This was a terrific show, which deserved to have a much longer run.
I'm thinking the white target is a full propane tank. Aka redneck fireworks.
This is a classic piece of science fiction. If you can suspend disbelief long enough to get past the beach ball alien, and the muffin tin space suits, it's brilliant. THIS is a movie that ought to be remade with current tech.
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