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  • Tronclay commented on Penolopy Bulnick's instructable Popsicle Stick Playing Cards1 year ago
    Popsicle Stick Playing Cards

    This is a really cool idea, I like it a lot. Only thing im wondering about is how you would adequately shuffle these... Do you have any tricks for doing it? Do you just put them all face down and slide them around to scramble them up?

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  • Tronclay commented on zaphodd42's instructable Make PVC Look Like Wood1 year ago
    Make PVC Look Like Wood

    Wow.... Really?? You question the MORALITY of making wood look like plastic for a persons own personal use? Unless hes trying to scam people into buying them by claiming they are real wood or claiming they are traditional, legitimate, "made in Australia the "real way"" items then it has nothing to do with morality in any way, shape or form man. Hard to imagine that as a world we have become SO easily offended... Its almost as if some people just feel like claiming to be offended gives them something to get up in arms about, almost as if its a way to get a little bit of "action".If you want something to be offended and up in arms about why not speak out about an old fashioned, misogynistic culture that tells females they cant hold a friggin wooden instrument??

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  • Tronclay commented on Aperition's instructable Bug Out Bag MK11 year ago
    Bug Out Bag MK1

    I work around regular gas and diesel at least 40 hours a week and sorry if this sounds offensive but 90% of what youre saying is myth and the rest is just far beyond the scope of reality that I just question why youd give any weight to such incorrect information.As far as "inhaling a droplet" goes... That simply isn't how lungs or the human body works. If you breath in a single droplet of diesel its not going to just travel down your wind pipe and into yourlungs without touching the walls of your throat on the way down and sticking there. Youd have to take a quick, deep breath of diesel as a bunch is splashed into your mouth in order to accomplish that. Likewise, living your life as if you have some sort of predatory evil nemesis whos going to track your daily habits and decid...

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    I work around regular gas and diesel at least 40 hours a week and sorry if this sounds offensive but 90% of what youre saying is myth and the rest is just far beyond the scope of reality that I just question why youd give any weight to such incorrect information.As far as "inhaling a droplet" goes... That simply isn't how lungs or the human body works. If you breath in a single droplet of diesel its not going to just travel down your wind pipe and into yourlungs without touching the walls of your throat on the way down and sticking there. Youd have to take a quick, deep breath of diesel as a bunch is splashed into your mouth in order to accomplish that. Likewise, living your life as if you have some sort of predatory evil nemesis whos going to track your daily habits and decide to light you on fire is just... I don't know, not even sure if "crazy paranoid" describes it well enough. And as far as cooking while you have gas on you... Not a smart idea to begin with, obviously, just in the grand scheme of accident prevention goes. But, unless you have a thick coat of diesel on your body AND you are working around an open flame then the likelihood of setting yourself on fire is pretty low, especially if the diesel is very dry which it almost certainly will be. The real danger of gas around open flame or any flame source isn't when its dry or even when its in an open container, etc... Typically the most dangerous aspect is the vapors coming from big, open courses of gasoline.Nothing you said there was a straight up "fact" so you may want to think twice before spreading misinformation like that, it doesn't help anyone and just risks the one saying it of looking foolish..

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