Thursday, January 31, 2013

Trivial Facts You Would Know if You Were A Man

1) How does an underwater welder manage to weld metal underwater? Don't worry, it's only something that your entire destructive way of life depends on. Nothing too serious. I'm sure you could figure it out given enough time and starvation was sniffing at the door of your emaciated children.

2) How many volts are the power lines carrying when the linesman works with them? When the electromagnetic pulse occurs at random intervals during the day what must the linesman do in order to avoid being cut in half by invisible electrical currents?

3) Average lifespan of an Ivory Coast gold miner? Yeah, GOOGLE IT! THAT"S REAL FUCKING IRONIC>!

Take your time. It's only a short quiz to demonstrate the stark difference in what you like to think of as your life and how ignorant you actually are of the foundations it is built on. Then you can get back to the coffee and donuts and reality television about fat chicks in tight dresses hiked above their ass like baboons in heat.


Anonymous said...

Don't feed us Elton in a box you think we aren't privy to. Shame on you fucker, perhaps time signature has no value.

I will acquire a different opinion, through the same avenue, however fuck you for entertaining such a holocaust.....................\

Anonymous said...

How did you figure out the answers? Did you meet a
An Ivory Coast gold minor? Do have a friend who is an underwater welder? I do. Do you know a linesman? I do. I will google it anyway or just pull it outta my ass. Ivory Coast age 32. Power lines 4oooov. Gas my friend.


Oggy Bleacher said...

I'm broken in spirit and depressed by the lack of loyalty from my own shadow.

I have no information about the ivory coast gold miner. I threw that in there to meet my diversity quota. But it's young. he dies young and hopes his children outlive him...while sifting gold in mud with leeches on his throat so ipods can be broken by punks.

I think it's 18,000volts in a live wire. randomly an electric pulse will crackle the air and will cut you in half unless you keep both feet on the ground and do not touch any metal or if you stand on a rubber safety mat. This is a hazard separate from the death caused by touching a live wire without rubber gloves.

The underwater welder uses a jet of compressed air directed at the area he is welding. The air shoots out fast enough to disperse the water, creating a water free area that he replaces with torch flames.

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