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January 21, 2010


Not this (burrppp) blog.

(Thanks to Allen at Division)


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Love has many faces . . .

Oh yeah, and, um, BEER! We like BEER, too!

A pipeline of those dimensions is going to require the employment of especially large glaskrugs.

Between that and the linked story about trading passwords for chocolate, one wonders if they're all six years old up there.

Something tells me beer that's travelled through 100km of pipe probably won't be all that fresh, either.

I wish we had this technology back when I went to college...

I bet Siouxie would go for that trading your passowrd for chocolate treats thing.



Something tells me (long-ago experience?) that even with a 100 km pipe, the beer would not go too stale.

The beer would NOT go flat in the pipe. Without armed guards, everyone who lives even remotely close to the pipeline will sneak out in the middle of the night and pee on thier neighbor's plants install their own taps. No molecule of beer would ever get past the 1.5 km mark.

World's longest beer bong?

..or giant straw??

Hell no, we won't go! (until we've had our fill but) we'll be back! (after we empty).

Two meters of pipe in 50 years?? We're gonna need more pretzels...

It's not the Transatlantic Rope, but still a worthy cause.

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