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(Some Guy)   Tinfoil magnate assassinated by aliens under the control of the Illuminati in vast government conspiracy   (bendbulletin.com) divider line 46
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2011-09-12 02:29:12 PM
It takes a powerful magnate to stick to aluminum foil.
 
2011-09-12 02:59:47 PM

Snarfangel: It takes a powerful magnate to stick to aluminum foil.


I think Abe Frohman could do it. He's Ferris.
 
2011-09-12 03:15:41 PM
I have been worried about this happening for years...but no one would listen!
 
2011-09-12 03:17:40 PM
I bet the Jews did this!
 
2011-09-12 03:23:22 PM
I used an aluminum hat until I started to worry about alzheimers. Then I switched to plastic, because I was worried about alzheimers.

I used to wear an aluminum hat.
 
2011-09-12 03:23:54 PM
So do they wrap him up with the shiny side in or out?
 
2011-09-12 03:24:19 PM
I believe.

/ka ka! tukki tukki!
 
2011-09-12 03:24:29 PM
Maybe he really died of AIDS caught from bad meat in the can.
 
2011-09-12 03:25:01 PM

dahmers love zombie: Snarfangel: It takes a powerful magnate to stick to aluminum foil.

I think Abe Frohman could do it. He's Ferris.


Damn. That's got to be near the perfect Fark comment.
 
2011-09-12 03:27:13 PM

dittybopper: dahmers love zombie: Snarfangel: It takes a powerful magnate to stick to aluminum foil.

I think Abe Frohman could do it. He's Ferris.

Damn. That's got to be near the perfect Fark comment.


I never sausage an appropriate and timely comeback.
 
2011-09-12 03:29:16 PM
He's not dead. He just staged it to avoid being outed as the shooter on the grassy knoll who delivered the kill shot.
 
2011-09-12 03:29:24 PM
And Mizzou gets another wing on their alumni center.....
 
2011-09-12 03:30:47 PM

DECMATH: dittybopper: dahmers love zombie: Snarfangel: It takes a powerful magnate to stick to aluminum foil.

I think Abe Frohman could do it. He's Ferris.

Damn. That's got to be near the perfect Fark comment.

I never sausage an appropriate and timely comeback.


That's one of the wurst puns I've ever read...
 
2011-09-12 03:31:54 PM
Brilliant product. Bet he's buried in a recycled aluminum coffin?

Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.
 
2011-09-12 03:34:08 PM
Well, that's a wrap.
 
2011-09-12 03:34:44 PM

bmwericus: And you don't even use coal to smelt it.


Obligatory "dealt it" joke.
 
2011-09-12 03:34:54 PM

Paris1127: DECMATH: dittybopper: dahmers love zombie: Snarfangel: It takes a powerful magnate to stick to aluminum foil.

I think Abe Frohman could do it. He's Ferris.

Damn. That's got to be near the perfect Fark comment.

I never sausage an appropriate and timely comeback.

That's one of the wurst puns I've ever read...


You guys have a knack for comedy.
 
2011-09-12 03:36:50 PM
Nostradamus actually predicted this.
 
2011-09-12 03:37:55 PM
Before I read the article, I thought Art Bell had died.
 
2011-09-12 03:40:12 PM
troll.me
 
2011-09-12 03:45:12 PM
Yes. AND HE ACTED ALONE!

THE METAMORPHISIS IS COMPLETE!
 
2011-09-12 03:57:05 PM
Ok I'll take over the FBI with the help of the John Birch Society and the Boy Sprouts. That's a +5 to the roll.

\the network knows all
 
2011-09-12 03:57:54 PM
knowyourmeme.com
 
2011-09-12 03:59:48 PM
[Reynolds] began manufacturing 12-ounce aluminum cans for the Theodore Hamm Brewing Co. of Minnesota in 1963...

♫Hamm's, the beer refreshing!♫
♫Hamm's, the beer refreshing!♫
♫Hammmmmmm'ssss!♫

From the land of sky blue waters. (new window)

/My lawn. Get off it.
//And stay away from my Hamm's.
 
2011-09-12 04:14:23 PM

bmwericus: Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.


Aluminum smelting may not use coal directly, but it does use a carbon electrode which is consumed as it reacts with the oxygen produced by electrolysis.
 
2011-09-12 04:20:53 PM

Ivo Shandor: bmwericus: Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.

Aluminum smelting may not use coal directly, but it does use a carbon electrode which is consumed as it reacts with the oxygen produced by electrolysis.


It produces oxygen? Sweet!

Smelt as much as possible, now!
 
2011-09-12 04:21:54 PM
 
2011-09-12 04:28:38 PM
www.extrahype.com

Looking into it subby.
 
2011-09-12 04:32:41 PM
Looks like someone leaked the plot to Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
 
2011-09-12 04:34:32 PM
I'll buy all the tinfoil that you can sell me, at slightly over prevailing aluminum prices...
 
2011-09-12 04:40:59 PM

bmwericus: Brilliant product. Bet he's buried in a recycled aluminum coffin?

Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.


Actually, you "smelt" it using electricity, which is frequently made from coal.
 
2011-09-12 04:45:24 PM

MrEricSir: I used an aluminum hat until I started to worry about alzheimers. Then I switched to plastic, because I was worried about alzheimers.

I used to wear an aluminum hat.


Aluminum foil just enhances the signals the government beams into your brain. You
must use real tinfoil to get proper protection. The more you know.
 
2011-09-12 05:23:40 PM
Waitwaitwait. What do the Rand Corporation and the reverse vampires have to do with this?
 
2011-09-12 05:46:47 PM

gregscott: bmwericus: Brilliant product. Bet he's buried in a recycled aluminum coffin?

Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.

Actually, you "smelt" it using electricity, which is frequently made from coal.


Or big huge dams courtesy of FDR.
 
2011-09-12 06:23:58 PM

cmcl: Waitwaitwait. What do the Rand Corporation and the reverse vampires have to do with this?


came here to say something similar

We're through the looking glass here people
deadhomersociety.files.wordpress.com
 
2011-09-12 06:25:35 PM

Berz: [troll.me image 553x484]


I was flipping channels last night and saw that guy on Ancient Alien Hoarder Rehab or some such program.

Never mind the aliens - that orange guy is a walking-talking Oompa-loompa. How can he expect anybody to take him seriously looking like that?
 
2011-09-12 06:28:25 PM

bmwericus: Brilliant product. Bet he's buried in a recycled aluminum coffin?

Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.


It just doesn't have a well defined yield stress, so its not good for standing structures.
 
2011-09-12 07:53:01 PM

gregscott: bmwericus: Brilliant product. Bet he's buried in a recycled aluminum coffin?

Cheap, lightweight, totally recyclable and useful for so many things. Aluminum, what's not to like? And you don't even use coal to smelt it.

Actually, you "smelt" it using electricity, which is frequently made from coal.


Ah, the wonders of techno. Well, yea, but what DO you think all those dams on the Columbia River were built for? The aluminum production of the CR basin was a big factor in the Allies victory in WWII.

And Blimy, actually at the bottom of the Wikipedia article they actually refer to it as smelting, but properly, from Wiki:

In the Hall-Héroult process alumina, Al2O3, is dissolved in an industrial carbon-lined vat of molten cryolite, Na3AlF6 (sodium hexafluoroaluminate), called a "cell". Aluminium oxide has a melting point of over 2,000 °C (3,630 °F) while pure cryolite has a melting point of 1,012 °C (1,854 °F). With a small percentage of alumina dissolved in it, cryolite has a melting point of about 1,000 °C (1,830 °F). Some aluminium fluoride, AlF3 is also added into the process to reduce the melting point of the cryolite-alumina mixture.

The molten mixture of cryolite, alumina, aluminium fluoride is then electrolyzed by passing a direct electric current through it. The electrochemical reaction causes liquid aluminium metal to be deposited at the cathode as a precipitate, while the oxygen from the alumina combines with carbon from the anode to produce carbon dioxide, CO2. An electric potential of three to five Volts is needed to drive the reaction, and the rate of production is proportional to the electric current. An industrial-scale smelter typically consumes hundreds of thousands of Amperes for each cell.[1][2]
 
2011-09-12 07:57:58 PM

Agent Smiths Laugh: [www.extrahype.com image 640x516]

Looking into it subby.


He was a good man. What a rotten way to die.
 
2011-09-12 08:11:31 PM
The complete lack of evidence is proof the conspiracy is working!

/Lodge night
//taking it easy on the sidelines for a change
 
2011-09-12 09:00:40 PM
Can't explain that

www.nndb.com
 
2011-09-12 11:15:10 PM
imbleedingprofusely.com

Really? Someone hasn't posted this yet? You're slipping, people.
 
2011-09-13 01:51:48 AM
I guess you could say....

*puts on sunglasses

That's a wrap



YEAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!
 
2011-09-13 04:58:54 AM

dittybopper: bmwericus: And you don't even use coal to smelt it.

Obligatory "dealt it" joke.


Damn you, dittybopper! You stole my joke!

But, at least Mr. Reynolds made money at it.
 
2011-09-13 08:35:52 AM

DjangoStonereaver: dittybopper: bmwericus: And you don't even use coal to smelt it.

Obligatory "dealt it" joke.

Damn you, dittybopper! You stole my joke!


I'm funny that way.
 
2011-09-13 01:38:38 PM
I laughed, subby. +1.
 
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