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Desc:Never trust a morning TV host to have been paying attention.
Category:Accidents & Explosions, Classic TV Clips
Tags:science, rockets, Australia, liquid nitrogen, Tarts
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More like never trust the guy who shows up to the morning show with liquid nitrogen and no gloves. Holy shit.
Always wear your designer high heels with your lab coat and goggles when pouring liquid nitrogen everywhere.
The Mothership
Good god, they're all lucky to still have fingers.
Mad Max wasn't so much a movie as it was a documentary.
Maggot Brain
Something like this happened at my high school during my Sophomore year. One kid needed stitches and a few others were arrested for "suspicion of making devices." Good times.
The worst I did.... junior high science teacher passed out a big spool of magnesium tape. Told us to cut off one inch of it and light it with the Bunsen burner to see how brightly magnesium burned. I lit the entire spool on fire which ended up looking like the sun had landed in the classroom and was burning its way to the center of the earth. The science teacher was secretly thrilled with my antics I am grateful to him to this day for that.

My mom worked at a grocery store and for a few years when I was in 5th and 6th grade it was the last stop on a cooler truck's route. The driver would always leave the leftover dry ice and my mom would bring it home for me, sometimes a few pounds of it.

Things I was lucky to still have by the end of that period included fingers, a tongue, and functioning plumbing what with all the dry ice I flushed down the toilet.

The best thing to do was to get a good, solid 8oz food container like this:
http://cdnimg2.webstaurantstore.com/images/products/main/66759 /372182/8-oz-newspring-l5008y-delitainer-translucent-round-deli-co ntainer-48-pack.jpg

not the shitty kind they give you at the grocery store these days, one with a really tight lid. Fill it half full of hot water, put in a piece of dry ice about the size of a golf ball, close it up tight as fast as possible and then throw in up in the air like a frisbee as hard as you can so it blows the lid off up there and makes a big cloud of fog.

The second best was obviously flushing it.

Only one "Australia" tag. Needs more.
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