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On The Lighter Side....

Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by R. Emmelman, May 15, 2007.


  1. R. Emmelman

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    DID YOU KNOW? :

    The summer of 1995 was so hot that at the end of August, methane emitted within big bales of freshly-cut hay in Missouri began spontaneously combusting.
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  2. minuteman32

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    Holy hay fart, Batman!:shocked:
     

  3. Indy_Guy_77

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    I suppose that means that I should take ventilation precautions in my apartment, then...:shocked:
     
  4. Loucks

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    You store bales of hay in your apartment? :tongueout:
     
  5. Indy_Guy_77

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    Maybe I do! :rofl:
     
  6. boilergonzo

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    I guess I can be thankful it was cool yesterday when that guy launched an olfactory assault on me in the elevator. Ugh...
     
  7. KSFreeman

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    Storing hay in your apartment? Cutting down on heating bills are ya?:animlol:
     
  8. Buckaroo

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    That has nothing to do with how hot it is but how the hay was put up and stored.... Lots of hay burns each year due to poor farming practices.
     
  9. Loucks

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    Given the increasing cost of heating, that might not be quite as crazy as it sounds. :worried: