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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    AP - Mixing milk and gasoline is a short term cure for smoking. It's pretty effective, too.

    We did something similar with soda bottles when we were kids. We'd sneak around late at night to soda machines around town. Our only tools were a plastic pitcher and a bottle opener. We'd pop the top off the soda bottles while they were still in the machine and let the soda drain into the pitcher. You have no idea what I'm talking about do you? Another good one is to slide two bottles through the cold water together. If you angle the second one just right you can pull two bottles out of the tub together. You're just blinking. I can tell you still aren't following me.
    Lol. We used to salt-water soda machines in the wintertime. Gallon milk jug of hot water and a cup of salt, shake, and in to the change slot she goes.

    Got brave one night and tried this sterno based stuff calle blast gelinite. Can't spend torched bills. Bet that recipe is still floating 'round the net somewhere in some text archive.

    guess it shows the difference in the generations.
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    Slugs.....no not that kind. Washer (#10 I think) and a piece of scoth tape. Acted same as a dime. Yep a dime for a nice cold Coca Cola.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Slugs.....no not that kind. Washer (#10 I think) and a piece of scoth tape. Acted same as a dime. Yep a dime for a nice cold Coca Cola.
    Used to do that, but with a dollar bill and a "tail" of tape. free coke, and change if you found a machine that was under a buck. and you're dollar back if u taped it right. They kick it back if they detect tape on the bill nowdays.

    And yeah, I got a sign from an old family business selling a burger for a nickel. that was hard to believe even when I was a kid.
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    Don't remeber nickle burgers. 15 cent burgers yes.
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    Sounds like you have all been reading the Anarchists Cookbook ....

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    No way. That was well before that book of how to commit suicide was published.

    Nickel pinball, 15 cent burgers. Oh yea. Chocola. Oil cans. Stickin' a six-pack under the hood to keep it cool. Lucky Strike. Blatz and PBR. Good life.

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    Don't know what grocery stores were in your area growing up. One of ours was A&P. I remeber a brand of beer that I could only find there called Tudor Beer. .59 a six pack. Felt like splurgint???? Tudor Ale for .69 a six pack. Pretty nast stuff.....but it was about survival right?
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    Does anyone remember Piels 7 oz. wide-mouth bottles? They came in eight packs for arount $1.49.

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    Yep. Don't remember the price, but I remember those cool little bottles - we called em shooters of beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Sounds like you have all been reading the Anarchists Cookbook ....
    Actually, there was a version floating around 15-20 years ago rebranded "The Terrorists Cookbook". I had both. They left out most of the crap that didn't work in the Anarchists cookbook and included a bunch of stuff that wasn't in the original. A lot of the contributions came from Phrack back in the days before it became a total technical zine.
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    I had both. Lost em somewhere on my old computer. I could download them again, but I don't really need them at all. The Pyrotechnic's Handbook is enough for me :P

    Isn't the internet so helpful nowadays?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    I always operated by Darwin's theory of survival of the fittest. Whenever you do something like that you kill the weakest, sickest brain cells first. Leaving the stronger cells in place. The way I figure it I've improved my IQ 20 or 30 points.
    it affects all your brain cells, and strong ones are just as vulnerable as the weak.

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    It was a joke. My obviously failed attempt at humor. Now, where did I leave that "World's Greatest Jokes" book....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    (tap)(tap)(tap) Is this thing on?

    I fear you have my number, Klkak. This is not good. No, sir. Not good at all. How is an out of work comedian supposed to make it with hecklers coming right into my home?
    I guess there is always "W**lfare"

    All joking aside, you are a real funny guy.....coughnotcough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omid View Post
    it affects all your brain cells, and strong ones are just as vulnerable as the weak.
    WE ARE ALL DOOMED
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    (mumbling as he reads) Joke telling 101. A joke is a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter.

    Oh, well there you go. That's been my mistake. "intended to provoke laughter". I need to write that down. Now where's that pencil....

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    Theres a movove aout this, not those exact plant's, but a guy goes into the wilderness and leaves his life behind, and turns out mixing up 2 similiar looking plants and one turns out posioned and he dies. The move is called into the wild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the edge View Post
    Theres a movove aout this, not those exact plant's, but a guy goes into the wilderness and leaves his life behind, and turns out mixing up 2 similiar looking plants and one turns out posioned and he dies. The move is called into the wild.
    Really, tell me more of this movie..........or use the search button
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    Now, beerrunner, be nice. I'm gonna have to buy you a stuffed toy to play with.

    Edge, there are several threads on the book and the movie.

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