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January 29, 2010


(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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I won't risk a machete blow by stealing Siouxie's patented (pending) line, but I will say this guy deserves a Florida license.

Jeff --
I'm pretty sure that window washer fluid rarely freezes in Florida, so he might as well just drive around without a license.


I've seen worse. Years ago, I paddled into Dawson City in Canada's Yukon Territory. The waterfront was uncharacteristically deserted; much of the town was watching a house fire that began when a man tried to warm up his balky car engine by building a fire under the oil pan. Alcohol was involved.

My dad lit a fire under his VW Diesel Rabbit once in frozen Montana when the fuel coagulated. It started just fine with no probems. He also tested natural gas line connections with a cigarette lighter. Never had an explosion. Oh, and he was a fireman. Dad was a GUY!

what a maroon!

Thank you, Jeff.



Butt - there's no ice on it now, is there... :)

Did at least the spider get killed?

I'm just curious if any blog guys read the story below that one about freeing the guy's penis from the industrial pipe with a grinder? Too painful?

I sense a future Mythbusters episode.

"Under-Bonnet Blow Heaters" WBAGNFARB

I think he did succeed in defrosting the window, contrary to what the "headline Writer" thought.

Very few people know that windscreen washer fluid is highly combustible. Maybe he can sue for lack of a warning label.

I generally use McDon@lds scalding coffee, and if there's any left over use it to defrost my groinal area.

But that's just me.

So Jeff, how much money has McD's given you so far? :)

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