This is undoubtedly the most important invention of the 21st century. It will bring peace, pay the national debt. and bring the spirit of holiday cheer all year 'round.
posted on 04/27/2006 9:44:30 AM PDT
one three! 2
posted on 04/27/2006 9:45:54 AM PDT
by capt. norm
(W.C. Fields: "Hollywood is the gold cap on a tooth that should have been pulled out years ago.")
Bleh, cans...give me a keg, or failing that a bottle.
posted on 04/27/2006 9:46:04 AM PDT
(We pilots count our time in the air as if all other time is unimportant.)
posted on 04/27/2006 9:47:36 AM PDT
Finally. It's about time all this "technology stuff" gave us something truly useful.
posted on 04/27/2006 9:47:41 AM PDT
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Well it would certainly keep you cool on a hot day.
posted on 04/27/2006 9:48:02 AM PDT
(Cemeteries & the ignorant - comprising 2 of the largest Democrat voting blocs for the past 75 years.)
I haven drank beer from a can since college.
posted on 04/27/2006 9:48:49 AM PDT
(I'm worth a million in prizes.)
I was wondering what would take us to the next tech cycle after genetics and the internet subsided in the late 90's.
posted on 04/27/2006 9:49:01 AM PDT
posted on 04/27/2006 9:49:34 AM PDT
by sheik yerbouty
( Make America and the world a jihad free zone!)
Cost of one can of beer: $ 1.50
Cost of super duper cooling system: $ 150.00
Cost of Technology Enjoyment: Priceless!
posted on 04/27/2006 9:50:10 AM PDT
by TRY ONE
(NUKE the unborn gay whales!)
To: Howlin; onyx; Clemenza; Petronski; GummyIII; SevenofNine; martin_fierro; veronica; EggsAckley; ...
To: Nachum; NormsRevenge; glock rocks; tubebender
Couldn't we use the same technology for Al Gore's head?
posted on 04/27/2006 9:55:05 AM PDT
Is this worth a, "Hold My Beer"?
Want a simple outdoor beer-cooling system?
Take a rag. Soak it in gasoline. Wrap it around a beer can. Put can in a shaded breezy spot. Wait until rag is dry (depends upon the breeze, but should not be more than 15 minutes). Rinse can with water. Drink cold beer.
Gasoline is volatile, and evaporates off. As it evaporates, it draws energy from the beer (through the can) so that it can go from liquid to gas. Beer gets cold.
Just one thing. Don't smoke around beer you are cooling with this method.
posted on 04/27/2006 10:30:08 AM PDT
by No Truce With Kings
(The opinions expressed are mine! Mine! MINE! All Mine!)
If you drink them faster, they don't get as warm LOL
posted on 04/27/2006 10:48:56 AM PDT
Beavis, this is the coolest thing I have ever seen.
posted on 04/27/2006 10:58:39 AM PDT
by Ace of Spades
(Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes?)
To: JJR RNCH
posted on 04/27/2006 11:39:45 AM PDT
("Over, Macho Grande??....I'll never be over Macho Grande!!")
I drink quickly so as to avoid *what they call* heat transferanceses!
posted on 04/27/2006 1:54:51 PM PDT
(wWBBD: What would Brian Boitano do?)
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