[Namron] OT: Meatsword
Sæmundr inn skærr
saemundrthepure at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 09:21:23 PDT 2009
Oh no.. I am definately not a vegitarian. I must have misrepresented
myself. I am pure bred Bacon Enthusiast. Hum, would a bacon rapier blade
be legal? I dont see any reason why not.. but I am also envisioning myself
licking my blade while trying to thrust with it. eck.. that entire sentence
brought out other visions.. I better stop while I am behind.
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 11:14 AM, Jacq Ball <jacqball at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> plasma flame."
> "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
> > Bacon is a tool of love.. a fruit from the gods.. it shouldnt be used to
> > something.."
> > Lorenzo
> > 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.
> >> http://www.popsci.com/bacon
> >> -Jacques
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