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  1. fandandy

    Spinoff: How would you get rid of a body.

    This, and everyone has a cell phone in their pocket constantly pinging their location.
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    LinkedIn profiles

    I don't have Linkedin but at Dow, I hated this type of crap. Glorifying yourself on paper for an attempt of advancing. There were entire departments who carved out a well-paid existence to implement this type of sh1t. Fock you. I hated those focking people. SOme ppl advance because they know how to play the game.
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    Spinoff: How would you get rid of a body.

    This is why you fit in so well here.
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    Can Lawry's Seasoned Salt go bad?

    I see what you did now.
  5. fandandy

    Spinoff: How would you get rid of a body.

    Yeah, I think so too, to burn it to nothing. I'm thinking out loud. How hot does a bonfire get? I'm just curious how brittle the bones might be after a few hours in a campfire coals. And then would they be crushable minus a mechanical chipper of some sort.
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    Spinoff: How would you get rid of a body.

    There has to be a different/better way than a wood chipper to dispose of bones. After a fire, I'm curious how brittle human bone would be. It seems you could crush them minus using a machine that someone could later inspect, and then just dispose of the bone dust.
  7. I just found some in my cupboard. May 17 2012 What say ye?
  8. fandandy

    How often do you wear a baseball cap?

    This made me laugh. How bored does a man need to be before he decides that he's going to go count his baseball caps?
  9. fandandy

    Spinoff: How would you get rid of a body.

    This is dependent on if you had time and a strong stomach. I would bag it and freeze it and then little by little have a campfire and saw off some of it and burn it. After time all you would have left is bones. I'm in Michigan so there are loads of lakes. Get a few five-gallon buckets from Home Depot to use as forms and fill them with cement and some bones and then take them out and sink them in a lake.
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    Wanna know what sucks?

    Smelling something burning in the kitchen as kind of a background scent and accepting it for a long time in your mind and then realizing that it's your food that's burning.
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