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#33 - Cuming home after 2 weeks of not being able to fap  [+] (1 reply) 09/08/2016 on Just your average household... +46
#39 - turbanmasher (09/08/2016) [-]
When your cum doubles for every day you don't fap and it's been 2 weeks.
#5 - Are they pepsi?  [+] (17 replies) 08/20/2016 on Ride the Lightning +141
#153 - oinos (08/22/2016) [-]
So much pepsi there was a bonus round.
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#44 - snowvahkiin (08/21/2016) [-]
Possibly. Don't take me for legit, but they're grounded so there's a chance of some of them living.
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#98 - Denver (08/21/2016) [-]
Legit question:

What if they weren't grounded? Is it possible to get electrocuted midair (aside from maybe a thunderbolt dropping straight down from the sky going through you all the way to the ground like with birds/planes)?
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#152 - snowvahkiin (08/22/2016) [-]
Well from what I think I know about electricity, it will run through their body and back up to complete it's "Circuit". When they're on the ground instead of going back up through their body, it will go into the ground. Essentially only shocking them once instead of constantly.
#120 - anon (08/21/2016) [-]
Air has incredibly high electrical resistance, as far as any voltage levels we use are concerned, and electricity will -always- take the path of least resistance. Providing a new pathway to ground (which will pretty much always be a lower resistance path than whatever the circuit was originally) is what causes someone to get shocked. If you were midair, and only introduced yourself to a circuit in parallel (for example, grabbing on to a power line, but ONLY touching that power line), you'd be fine. You'd have to inject yourself into the circuit, in series, to get shocked while not touching the ground.
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#131 - Denver (08/21/2016) [-]
Thanks! I also just imagined a man on a trampoline cutting a power line in mid air and grabbing one side with his feet and then grabbing the other side with his hand in an elaborate suicide attempt.
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#50 - Iritis (08/21/2016) [-]
There's also the fact that there's like 10+ of them. When 1 person gets shocked by a line they still have a chance of living. I might be wrong, but I think the 2/1 person/people on the end/s have it the worst, but the rest are just "bridges" so they have a higher chance of surviving.
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#142 - condifiction (08/21/2016) [-]
I read online that they're all Pepsi. Don't have a source on that so take it as you will.
But basically, at that amp and its grounding being fucked up any resistance etc. wouldn't matter for shit.
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#83 - IHaveADHD (08/21/2016) [-]
Also the pole fallING on them I'm sure could killed (the final blow) them or seriously fucking hurt them some more.
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#75 - philm (08/21/2016) [-]
this doenst make any sense. the current flows through no matter where they are in the line. so the first gets the same amount as the second, the third and so on.

#130 - anon (08/21/2016) [-]
Yes it does. Each of the people affected are grounded, which means some of the energy passes through them into the ground and is lost, leaving less energy for the later people to be affected by.

If each of the people had something insulating between them and the ground except for the last person, then the energy would remain constant across them all.
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#82 - gloriousthighs (08/21/2016) [-]
Ever tried holding hands with people and touching an electric fence. My memory tells me that the person that touches the fence gets the strongest zap and the person at the end may hardly feel it. I was young though so my memory isn't great.
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#92 - philm (08/21/2016) [-]
That could either be imagination or, more possible, everyone was wearing different shoes, with different isolation/resistant to the ground.
So for example the first one was barefoot and had wet feet. His resistant to the ground is much lower than someone with shoes with a rubber sole. Therefore more current flows through the barefooted and he gets a stronger zap.
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#78 - thefates (08/21/2016) [-]
Only if they were in a line to the ground. Because there are more people connected to the ground, however, there is much less resistance individually for the energy to reach the ground.
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#80 - philm (08/21/2016) [-]
they are parallel it looks lile, that makes it a bit better since its less current for each person but they get more voltage. Tbh i dont know of that rises the chance of survival. I have learned that current is the troublemaker. More current = higher chance to die. So if they are acutally parallel they might have survived that. But probably didnt
Honestly its hard to tell how they are connected to anything and where the source is, the video is just too short and you dont see everything
#16 - oinos (08/20/2016) [-]
All but the guy who held the wood bottom.
#19 - Sauce? please don't be a trap  [+] (1 reply) 08/09/2016 on Potato peeling 0
#27 - evilkingganon (08/10/2016) [-]
#9 - Picture  [+] (4 replies) 08/06/2016 on The Flash +4
#61 - anon (08/07/2016) [-]
You have a very misconstrued view of what "good looking" is.
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#19 - jaggsauce (08/06/2016) [-]
that's what you consider "good looking"??? Jared looks like he suffers from brain damage.
#20 - anon (08/06/2016) [-]
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#33 - jaggsauce (08/06/2016) [-]
jared suffers from brain damage *