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Jack Flanders 06-10-2008 09:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frieda (Post 388435)

That song makes me want my credits to roll. My dad, sis and I were trapped in that *attraction* because of technical problems at Disney World for an hour. Of course the music never stopped just the ride. Dad actually climbed out of the car and walked out of the building. He was my hero.

Brynn 06-10-2008 11:19 PM

The same thing happened to my husband when he was small, but they were told that if they exited the boat thingy, they would get electrocuted. It was traumatic. To this day, he cringes when he hears the song and leaves the room. His mom used to tell how he, his brother and sister were all crying and begging her to "turn the music off." I have a great recent shot of them grinning with thumbs up in front of the attraction by a sign that says "Closed For Repairs."

skip intro 06-11-2008 09:07 AM

Never get out of the boat......


Bman 06-12-2008 12:03 AM

Almost forgot my answer:


zero 06-12-2008 09:04 AM

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QoTD#20080612

how long could you survive in the vacuum of space¿? this is useful.

Stephi_B 06-12-2008 09:33 AM

How long could you survive in the vacuum of space?


That's long enough to think over some things
("Why am I in the vacuum? Mmh, anyway, kinda fancy way to die...")

trisherina 06-12-2008 09:34 AM

1 minute 11 seconds

Marcus Bales 06-12-2008 09:50 AM

How long could you survive in the vacuum of space?
Created by OnePlusYou

lukkucairi 06-12-2008 11:18 AM

00:01:17

Frieda 06-12-2008 11:50 AM


brightpearl 06-12-2008 12:00 PM

54 seconds.

Effing asthma.
:mad:

YsaPur EsChomuw 06-12-2008 12:05 PM

1 min 11 sec

Quote:

Originally Posted by brightpearl (Post 388646)
Effing asthma.

Eff ing? Isn't it a bless ing?

Quote:

In the first 30 seconds any fluid on the surface of your body would begin to boil due to lack of ambient pressure, this includes the saliva on your tongue and the moisture in your eyes. Your eardrums would most likely burst due to the pressure in your body trying to equalize with the vacuum outside. Unlike what some science fiction films have suggested, your body would not explode.

After the first 15 seconds you would lose consciousness. If you held your breath you could potentially stay alive longer but you risk pulmonary trauma. If you didn't hold your breath you'd pass out sooner, but your lungs might have a better chance of avoiding permanent damage.

The pressure in your veins would rise until your heart no longer had the capacity to pump blood, at which point you'd die.
These are not exactly the kind of moments I long to savour...

:eek:

Veruki 06-12-2008 12:14 PM


brightpearl 06-12-2008 12:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by YsaPur EsChomuw (Post 388647)
Eff ing? Isn't it a bless ing?

Asthma a blessing? Umm...sure, if you find breathing a troublesome bore. :o

zero 06-12-2008 12:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by brightpearl (Post 388650)
.. troublesome bore...

..which leads nicely to the supplemental ¿question of the day?(optional):

currently outsurviving everyone else in the vacuum of space with his 1min 53 seconds eternity is none other than la marquise de bales


what could be the secret of his success?


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