[Namron] OT: Meatsword
jacqball at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 09:14:41 PDT 2009
Well, I know that our group includes:
* Bacon enthusiasts (Ithrael, etc.)
* Metal working enthusiasts
* Duct tape enthusiasts
* Science geeks
So I though a lot of people would be interested. In your case, you
might prefer the vegetarian version demonstrated at the end of the
Technically, there has been some quibbling over whether or not it is
actually bacon. To quote the author:
"The challenge isn't creating the heat; it's engineering a bacon
structure strong enough to withstand the stress of a 5,000°F bacon
"I used prosciutto (Italian for "expensive bacon") because it is a
superior engineering grade of meat."
I think it's nice to see someone use "superior engineering grade of
meat" in a sentence. Is not English a beautiful language?
2009/4/17 Sæmundr inn skærr <saemundrthepure at gmail.com>:
> I cant look at the site from here.. but my first thought is "How shameful.
> Bacon is a tool of love.. a fruit from the gods.. it shouldnt be used to cut
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 9:36 AM, Jacq Ball <jacqball at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Have you always wanted to cut through steal using bacon? Popular
>> science has this interesting feature showing how to do it. It starts
>> like this:
>> "I recently committed myself to the goal, before the weekend was out,
>> of creating a device entirely from bacon and using it to cut a steel
>> pan in half."
>> Turns out though, that he had to use duct tape as well.
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