Subject: Bomb Instructions and Kiddie Porn

Date: 01 Feb 1999 00:00:00 GMT

From: atruwe@shoggoth.uoregon.edu

Organization: Spiked Fists of Hatred III: The Vengeance

Newsgroups: alt.freaks, alt.foot.fat-free

 

 

Subject: Re: Bomb Instructions and Kiddie Porn

Date: Sat, 30 Jan 1999 18:01:03 -0800

From: "*.truwe" <truwe at miNd.net>

Organization: Turtles All the Way Down

To: atruwe at gladstone.uoregon.edu

References: 1

 

atruwe@gladstone.uoregon.edu wrote:

>

> "By removing the dispenser head from a can of shaving cream and

> substituting a spray-paint head,

> you may shoot a string of shaving cream several feet."

>

Yet another one of those things that gets passed around but never tried.

F'r one thing, spray paint nozzles have a male connector; shaving cream

nozzles a female. I used a WD-40 nozzle, which has a connector hole

that's just a little too small for the shaving cream tube, so it leaked

into my hand--you'd have to very carefully enlarge it (without making it

out of round so it'd still leak).

 

It did shoot an extremely fine string (more accurately a fine string of

gobs), with good accuracy, about four feet. The "string" was much finer

than Silly String--almost invisible. But at four feet you can "paint" a

circle of shaving cream maybe three inches in diameter. Accuracy would

diminish with greater distance, but I'd guess you could go eight feet.

 

You could try enlarging the nozzle hole with a hot needle, but you'd

have to be careful not to make the hole too big--compare with the size

of hole on the nozzle you just took off the shaving cream can, which is

already pretty darned small.

 

Those are my preliminary results, and in the absence of anyone around

here with a sense of humor, about as far as I'm going to take it.

 

Ben