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I just love the show. It is brilliant. Adam is really funny, and Jamey is always serious, they make one good team. I really liked the new episode "lead balloon myth"... Tell me something you like in the show, what is your favorite myth they busted, what do you think about the junior mythbusters???

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acidbass
acidbass

11 years ago

 who saw when torry and grant got really drunk

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seabananers
seabananers

Reply 10 years ago

me that was so funny my normal stick in the mud dad loled when grant barfed as soon as he sat in the barf chair i dont know what else to call it

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 10 years ago

and when tori jumped off his wall and almost broke his neck

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 10 years ago

indeed

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seabananers
seabananers

10 years ago

remember that massive lego ball that was awesome and guest starring my fave artist nathan sawaya

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Data643
Data643

10 years ago

Go Mythbusters, but I can think of two myths that they messed up: 1. Bullet in the oven: They put 1 bullet into the oven and it only shattered 1 of the two panes of glass. What if the guy stored hundreds of bullets in there? They could easily break through both panes and kill the guy. 2. Golf ball through the tree: Just because a golf ball cannot make it through a tree 90% of the time does not mean that the tree is 90% air. Here's an example of why that couldn't work: Take a net with 1"x1" squares. The volume of the net is much more than 90% air, but can a basketball fit through it?

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instruct39
instruct39

10 years ago

my favorite episode is the viral videos wen adam sucks in helium and then sucks in sulfur hexaflouride. that was so funny!

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weirdo62
weirdo62

11 years ago

mythbusters rules! i can't wait until a new season.

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 11 years ago

 MAWG spaceballs 

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acidbass
acidbass

11 years ago

 WHAT happened in the secret agent getaway myth?

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acidbass
acidbass

11 years ago

 who saw the mygyver myths and the car swerve?

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comodore
comodore

Reply 11 years ago

me me me  ! ! !   :D

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 11 years ago

 that was a really sweet episode

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comodore
comodore

Reply 11 years ago

sure was!

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 11 years ago

 who would of thought

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cool bas3
cool bas3

11 years ago

my fav is the superhero special!

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wehe-tehe
wehe-tehe

11 years ago

MYTHBUSTERS RULE THE DIY WORLD!!!

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comodore
comodore

Reply 11 years ago

:D

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Tom Buckey
Tom Buckey

11 years ago

there is a new sieres starting soon! but i dont know the date

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comodore
comodore

Reply 11 years ago

Cooooooooool! Can't wait! I wonder will Kary be in the new series, because of the baby and everything...

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Goodhart
Goodhart

13 years ago

One of my favorites so far has been the Water heater tests. It was confirmed / shown plausible and is a potential danger if hot water heaters are not maintained properly.

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canida
canida

Reply 13 years ago

That was pretty sweet!
One of their test blows happened during our daily meeting. It was loud, and we all bolted for the nearest windows to catch the fallout. Good stuff.

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comodore
comodore

Reply 12 years ago

So your building is near where they tested? You posted this a long time ago, I'm just browsing the comments and I forgot about this one... It's nice to know that the mythbusters live in your town, isn't it? :)

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canida
canida

Reply 12 years ago

Our old building!
We had all four Squid Labs companies in the Control Tower on the old Alameda naval base, but when we all started growing some of us moved to downtown SF. Our sister company Makani is still located on the base.

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comodore
comodore

Reply 11 years ago

So how do you like the new episodes, have you watched them?

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comodore
comodore

Reply 12 years ago

Cool! Can you upload some pictures of your new home, i mean work place? Thanks :)

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

The height that one went to just threw me totally off. I never would have imagined such force inside of that "very common container" inside our homes.

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comodore
comodore

Reply 13 years ago

Yes, pretty scary for a common household item.

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comodore
comodore

Reply 13 years ago

COOL!!! :D

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comodore
comodore

Reply 13 years ago

Yes, I like that episode too. My jaw dropped when I saw the big Water heater go off like a bomb, STEAM BOMB. :)

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gmoon
gmoon

Reply 13 years ago

@Comodore:

I'm sure the 'ibles staff would change your user name to the correct spelling of Commodore, if you ask.

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comodore
comodore

Reply 13 years ago

Thank you for your concern but I miss spelled it on purpose. :)

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gmoon
gmoon

Reply 13 years ago

OK, suit yourself....

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

a long time ago, I had reasons for using the misspelling of Goodhart as Gudhart too. But that was a long time ago (do you remember the PC Jr. ? :-)

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 12 years ago

You used to be Gudhart?!

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

After I started to use that nickname, a bunch of others started to use it too. Why, did you know of a Gudhart?

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 12 years ago

No, just surprised. I didn't know you changed your name!

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

Well, I didn't change it in here.....and it is only my moniker, as you know. Long long time ago, in the land of the recently created Web, there was a friendly monster called the Chat Planet. In that beast, were many good friends, but a few ingrates started cracking into the JavaScript code and taking over webmaster and monitor positions by force, and the chat planet shut it's doors, in a day. Poof. All my friends were like wiped from the face of the earth. No way to contact most of them, as I didn't have email addresses. It was then that I used Gudhart as my moniker.

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Lithium Rain
Lithium Rain

Reply 12 years ago

:( That's too bad...

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

Yeah, so the name gudhart is kind of reminder to a great dream that ended as a nightmare. But I did stay in touch with at least one of the members of the Chat Planet, at least :-)

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comodore
comodore

Reply 12 years ago

Does Chat Planet still exist???

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

No, before the turn of the century, the Planet closed one day (they had been threatening it for a week because of the malicious crackers). Lost a lot of friends that day... *sigh*

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comodore
comodore

Reply 12 years ago

To bad! I sounds interesting! Well today we have World of Warcraf! :D

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

That doesn't sound like it would attract too many "simply chatters" though. Chat Planet was huge, thousands of rooms to choose from for every taste and kink :-)

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comodore
comodore

Reply 12 years ago

No, just curious. :)

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comodore
comodore

Reply 12 years ago

Really, I joined about an year ago!

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gmoon
gmoon

Reply 12 years ago

Sure, I remember the PC...who you callin' Jr.? ;-)

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 12 years ago

For that matter, do you remember the IBM PC Model 5150 ? Or the XT ? ;-) jr LOL

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

Reply 12 years ago

. I have one of the original 5150s in the bottom of one of my closets. My first "real" computer. . 16K (not M or G) of RAM soldered on the mobo, no HDD, no floppies (I used audio cassette), DOS 1.0, ~$1800 (in early-80s dollars). Video was an option.