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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by chevyfumes, Feb 23, 2006.
Glass will be coming out of his back for years.
dang... Why would someone do that to anyone?!
Yeah, those things explode when they break. You can always hear when one gets dropped at work, they make a loud "POP" noise.
"omg i f'in hurt him" are you kidding me???? these guys are morons!
They also contain a phosphorescent powder and mecury gas. The electricity hits the gas and causes it to excite. The excited gas releases light inorder to lose the energy to go back to its atrest state. This light causes the powder to "glow" causing the beautiful light that we see in a florescent light.
Enough science class. All that to say: It takes a smart individual to cut themselves with something filled with a mercury impregnated powder .
what a bunch of dumbasses
"Quick! Get some salt!"
lol rubbing alchohol i think would work alot better! idiots watch too much jackass. Jagged is, right, he will be screwed for a long time.
Yeah thats the first thing that I thought when I saw that, only I wasn't sure what was in them ,just that they were bad. when I have some that burn out and I need room in the garbage can I bust them, by wrapping them in paper or some other trash and tap em while there in the bag and I'm holding my breath...
They have to be treated as Hazmat her in the great state of Comifornia . Atleast us in the Navy are supposed to .
The future of our country.... Todays youth
When every 8' fluorescent light bulb in a case breaks at the same instant, it sounds like a shotgun going off.
we have done that to peeps at work.they were dressed though
We can only hope that they all become infected with some type of fast acting disease from that stupid stunt to end their lives and halt the chances of them reproducing.
Actualy unless they are very old bulbs then there is no mercury in them unfortunatly.
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