Skip to comments.Distilled Spirits Council Urges Ban of Alcohol Vapor Devices ("alcohol without liquid" - AWOL)
Posted on 03/22/2005 6:02:10 PM PST by Libloather
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Are the barstools upside down? Pretty funky looking picture there, if you get my drift.
Its a myth, and a hoax, but one that will make some good money.
Idiotic legislators could try to go after these guys for fraud and such, instead, they will give them attention, credibility, and help them make money, probably underground though.
I will be glad when politicians get "Nerf World" built. Where I can't hurt myself even if I want to.
Translation: They want to ban competition.
I'm wondering why the Distilled Spirits Council would have a dog in this fight... NOT!
Looks like a gay bar
What happened? Did you and your friends still get a hangover?
If this is true, which I doubt, then the imbibers had better be damm careful with their cigarettes, sparks, and open fires.
Their lungs could very well demonstrate how a piston works.
Pure oxygen mixed with vaporized alcohol, sounds like rocket fuel.
Hey honey good news, I quit drinking, bad news, I'm plastered.
Band name ping.
Let's leave it up to the courts. They seem to know best in all matters now. That should keep them there lawyers busy a while. :)
These devices certainly remove any argument about why people drink alcohol; it's clearly not about socializing or having a matching drink with your food -- it's all about getting drunk as fast and as thoroughly as possible.
I did hear of one alcoholic little old lady who got her high from wine enemas. One thing for sure you couldn't smell alcohol on her breath.
You are right about the flammability.
Can't be accurate. Pure O2???
That is, my lungs are plastered all over the walls after the ethyl alcohol - oxygen mixture was ignited by my teeth sparking.
Yessum, that's me all over.
Been awhile since I took chemistry but if I recall correctly, ethanol is a liquid at room temperature. It can be vaporized but still a liquid, tiny misty droplets.
Similiar to what happens to gasoline when it goes thru a carbuerator.
Am sure some friendly FReeper will correct me if I am wrong.
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