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#55 - urgh  [+] (1 reply) 07/06/2012 on Bad luck Brian -1
#69 - anon (07/06/2012) [-]
yes you are.
who would believe this at all?
how does a cold kill someone in a matter of minutes/hours when you get it, while under the care of doctors? USE YOUR FUCKING BRAIN YOU STUPID FUCKS OR GO BACK TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
#36 - sweet baby jesus tits I watched this film for the first time t…  [+] (2 replies) 07/03/2012 on It's only 9mm +3
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#53 - jotemer (07/03/2012) [-]
please don't watch the 2nd movie
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#64 - Missdomayuset (07/03/2012) [-]
Second movie isn't as good, but it's not bad. It's a decent flick for wasting time.
#741 - how about you? think you could resist the fire heat?! also as …  [+] (1 reply) 05/18/2012 on funnyfuuuuuu- DO WANT... 0
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#742 - gmarrox (05/18/2012) [-]
Your hand isn't directly connected to the wire, so no heat reaches you as you descend. I would assume that the steel wire would be top grade, which means it would not show signs of melting from temperatures cause by a common building fire.
#736 - o great. near a window. but still at most a foot outside the b…  [+] (3 replies) 05/17/2012 on funnyfuuuuuu- DO WANT... -1
#740 - gmarrox (05/18/2012) [-]
And I'm fairly certain that a wire designed to hold a person's weight would be able to resist secondhand fire heat for ten or more minutes.
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#741 - derpastani (05/18/2012) [-]
how about you? think you could resist the fire heat?! also as soon as metal starts to heat up its starts to stretch, especially with something heavy on the bottom end.

im not saying the idea is bad, im saying how it would placed is fucking retarded.
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#742 - gmarrox (05/18/2012) [-]
Your hand isn't directly connected to the wire, so no heat reaches you as you descend. I would assume that the steel wire would be top grade, which means it would not show signs of melting from temperatures cause by a common building fire.
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