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Old 06-19-2012, 09:59 PM   #57
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Ken, it's hard to be subtle when you detonate a nuclear device.
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Old 06-19-2012, 10:05 PM   #58
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What about a Flex Capacitor. Tesla Coils are so 80's.
Is that a flexible Flux Capacitor?

If so, you may find this link of interest.

Flux Capacitor - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia

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Old 06-19-2012, 10:10 PM   #59
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Ken, now we know why it all happened. If only it had been inflexable
What a site. I'll be able to amuse myself for days.
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Like this: Tesla Car Thief Protection - YouTube
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Old 06-19-2012, 10:37 PM   #61
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Here is a more refined example available commerically.

MagnaVolt Commercial - Lethal Response - YouTube

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P.S. Someone please refresh my memory on how to get the YouTube frame in a post.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:31 PM   #62
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I wonder if you could use something like that for an invisible dog fence.....
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Old 06-20-2012, 01:03 AM   #63
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Eric,

in the event we end up at the same campground, I hope we're parked 'upwind'...We usually don't travel with our Haz-Mat suits...
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But where are you going to get the plutonium to generate the 1.21 gigawatts of electricity?
Um, Homer Simpson, of course. D'oh.

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Old 06-20-2012, 05:21 AM   #65
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But where are you going to get the plutonium to generate the 1.21 gigawatts of electricity?
Someone should spend just TWO minutes doing a quick internet search... Amazon DOES have plutonium available, and it is part of the Prime free shipping program. Unfortunately, and for some reason, the Russian site does not offer two-day shipping for Prime members, so you'll have to wait the extra day if you really want it for free.
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Old 06-20-2012, 05:32 AM   #66
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I prefer the F-Bomb (fart bomb) ie. (agonizing cry of an imprisoned turd bomb) It has many benefits:

1. Any member of the family can use it, without instructions
Purman, I must respectfully disagree. Less than a month ago, I watched an inexperienced user try to compete with a strategically and well-placed (in my opinion) detonation by yours truly. There were quite a few bystanders, and the inexperienced gentleman simply went too far. After a short squeal and then an agonizingly long and uncontrolled release, he had to excuse himself to find a wet washrag. I'm sure none of this would have been a problem if he had taken the time to read the instructions.
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Purman, I must respectfully disagree. Less than a month ago, I watched an inexperienced user try to compete with a strategically and well-placed (in my opinion) detonation by yours truly. There were quite a few bystanders, and the inexperienced gentleman simply went too far. After a short squeal and then an agonizingly long and uncontrolled release, he had to excuse himself to find a wet washrag. I'm sure none of this would have been a problem if he had taken the time to read the instructions.
Sorry to here about that,

Luck should have it. I'm heading to the big city (Grand Junction) and have put in a call to some people I know from my "Bronx living days." And they have hooked me up.

I'm swinging by the (private part) Airport for a quick deal on a portable Photon Torpedo. My (mob) acquaintances from the Bronx have all kinds of cool stuff (Russian connections) I thought I would start with this as it can be mounted under the AC cover on the roof.

For an slight extra fee (not sure what it is yet ) they are also providing a swivel mountain bracket kit and tracking system. I may just throw it in the roof box and try it out on some unsuspecting SOB on the why home or roaming cow What ever I see first..
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But where are you going to get the plutonium to generate the 1.21 gigawatts of electricity?
That's easy. Come to Denver and then out to Rocky Flats. Just start digging around there and you'll find plenty.

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As usual, Atomic Bombs to F-Bombs. Statregically placed bombs are an art form. Tough to do with a long coat on.

Hibby, We have a rule on the wet ones

1. If you can mop it upwith your underwear it's a wet fart. If you need your Levi's you've **** yourself

2 If it's still warm after three seconds you're in trouble.
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As usual, Atomic Bombs to F-Bombs. Statregically placed bombs are an art form. Tough to do with a long coat on.

Hibby, We have a rule on the wet ones

1. If you can mop it upwith your underwear it's a wet fart. If you need your Levi's you've **** yourself

2 If it's still warm after three seconds you're in trouble.
I think #1 parts A and B are both correct. He sharted himself.
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