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(Some Guy)   Buy a pound of dilitant compound (silly putty) for 21 bucks.   (home.earthlink.net ) divider line
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4622 clicks; posted to Main » on 03 Mar 2002 at 3:37 PM (14 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2002-03-03 03:37:40 PM  
uh OK
 
2002-03-03 03:41:38 PM  
hmmmmmm.
 
2002-03-03 03:46:14 PM  
yeah.. lets send our credit card numbers over regular email to somebody who makes webpages with "compuserve webpage maker"
 
2002-03-03 03:48:27 PM  
dilettante compound?
 
2002-03-03 03:54:43 PM  
this would go so well with my realdoll... just redo her interiors :)
 
2002-03-03 03:58:15 PM  
I could finally make one of those mud guys from "The Gigglesnort Hotel". :)
 
2002-03-03 04:16:44 PM  
Yeah, but THEN what do you do with a POUND of the shiat?!
 
2002-03-03 04:19:20 PM  
Wow a whole pound? Would that like fill my bathtub?
 
2002-03-03 04:22:02 PM  
what in the bloody 'ell would one do with a pound of silly putty?

./Morrigan
 
2002-03-03 04:37:24 PM  
A nice secure form, my question how an idiot like this gets credit card processing? If he does have it all? Fraud is what i smell...
 
2002-03-03 04:44:19 PM  
Scenario: Guy attempts to make a golem out of silly putty...
 
2002-03-03 05:00:28 PM  
OK....um....this is a repeat...this was here a long time ago....
 
2002-03-03 05:15:18 PM  
A golem of silly putty? Anyone else thinking of Clay-face from Batman?
 
2002-03-03 05:20:44 PM  
I prefer Silly Pate
 
2002-03-03 05:20:54 PM  
You can copy the entire sunday newspaper with it!
 
2002-03-03 05:33:09 PM  
JESUS CHRIST!

http://www.rit.edu/~ixs0792/putty/puttybox1.jpg


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2002-03-03 05:33:50 PM  
That's 50 pounds farkers.
 
2002-03-03 05:35:45 PM  
You know, I'll bet that stuff would be great for smuggling drugs
 
2002-03-03 05:36:07 PM  
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2002-03-03 05:51:04 PM  
feckerman: that's not a secure form. it tries to open up your meail client and send all of the info.
 
2002-03-03 06:14:23 PM  
Geophraq I think feckerman was being fecicious(sp?).

feckerman Any business can PAY to get cc authorizatuion. YOu get a handy 1-800 number and punch in the numbers. I use to do "door-to-door" type sales (limited edition wildlife prints) and that's how we'd do it.
 
2002-03-03 06:21:58 PM  
isn't that Munky from KoRn?
 
2002-03-03 06:40:26 PM  
I grew up in a town with a GE Silicone plant, and we used to go through the fence in the dump there and find huge mounds of this stuff. Much fun in mass quantities.
 
2002-03-03 06:58:26 PM  
Chesterfield, MO? This guy is about 10 miles away from me. I could just drive over and load up the Integra.
 
2002-03-03 07:29:46 PM  
Yeah, this is a repeat...

This article has caused many arguments at work regarding if silly putty was a fluid solid or a very viscous liquid...

discuss amongst yourselves
 
2002-03-03 08:06:20 PM  
If you drop that stuff from a few stories up, it shatters.

</useless info>
 
2002-03-04 07:18:47 AM  
Did you see the animated .gif at the bottom? "Come Shop". Is there really a retail market for this stuff? Ewwwww.
 
2002-03-05 09:39:16 PM  
actually I submitted the link, and no i don't own the company or whatever. i just thought that was damn cool. wow a pund of silly putty would be wicked, fresh, tight, dope, awesome, sweet, cool, fine, badass, radical, and da bomb. all at once.
 
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