WWII: Those F##kers Were Crazy!!

by Andy Cochrane on January 17, 2007 · 9 comments

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20,000lbs of pure sulfur sodium + frozen lake = kaboom!

(stop watching once the blue screen w/slow-ass titles starts up at the end, trust me)

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  • majikthise

    sulphur, sodium. eh.

  • Boss Robot

    Alphamonkey let’s us stay up past 8:30 and watch snuff films on the tele

  • http://www.myspace.com/drewecuador Andrew DeGolyer

    I should have listened to you.  Instead, my curiosity got the best of me, and I read the blue title’s…..from now on I will try to trust you more…..Congrats on the fake babies, good luck when they really come.

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    My wife takes great umbrage with the term ‘fake babies’. 

    False labor is not cool, kids.  Don’t let anyone tell you different.

  • http://www.myspace.com/dragonlews elkciN

    Tip: They also don’t like it when you rub their stomach playfully, saying ‘Who’s gonna be daddy’s little coke mule? You are!’.

    Trust me.

  • http://www.myspace.com/drewecuador Andrew DeGolyer

    My Appologies to the Wifey.  My sister went through the same thing.  I really wanted to say congrats for when they really come.

    We use to take Sodium, or potasium in Chemistry class and make simple them explode.  A chunk the size of an eraser on the end of a pencil could blow up a mason jar.  Really fun stuff…

  • http://www.malignantsalvation.tk darthabyssos

    is there a link or something?

  • http://blog.theavclub.tv AV Club Blog

    see kids, this is what happens when you blog two different things at the same time on two different sites.  i wrote sulphur originally because:

    a) i am a retarded

    b) i was watching this clip too: Sulphur Hexaflouride is 6 times heavier than air

  • Phil

    Holy botched environmental assessment Batman!

    Wonder how long it took for the fish community to restore itself after that…

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