FOR THOSE WHO LIVE DANGEROUSLY
Whoa. Those are some amazing explosions! I'm not someone who normally pays attention to that kind of thing, but I always find chemistry interesting.
I remember the day my Chem. Teacher blew the ceiling tiles of the roof of our classroom. Good times.
I can't help but feel bad for the gummy bear. Although that was a lovely explosion.
I was going to castigate you for ending a sentence, the headline no less, with a preposition, but then I was reminded of Winston Churchill's remark about being castigated on that score: "You're right, Madame, that is the sort of nonsense up with which we should not put" being both exceedingly inelegant and also still ending with a preposition.Besides, I'm addicted to run-on sentences. I'm hardly in a position to start tossing rocks at others' grammar.Robert in San Diego
wooooo that was cool
That gummy bear thing was EPIC!!! I want to blow some gummy bears up!!!! XD
I did the gummy bears one in Elementary school science class!!!! I wish they would let us do fun stuff like that now...
Maybe I'll recommend learning about explosions to my science teacher. It beats weather patterns. You know I never was a fan of gummy bears. I showed this to my brother. If only I could assure myself he wouldn't try a stunt similar to this next forth of July.
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