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(WYFF 4 Greenville)   Before getting high by huffing keyboard cleaner, it really is best to pull over first   (wyff4.com) divider line 43
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2012-08-31 09:51:15 AM  
mysocalledtvblog.files.wordpress.com
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Actual video of Allison from Intervention huffing Dust Off in a moving vehicle
Allison the Duster
 
2012-08-31 10:37:29 AM  

rudemix: [mysocalledtvblog.files.wordpress.com image 256x192]
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Actual video of Allison from Intervention huffing Dust Off in a moving vehicle
Allison the Duster


That's just sad.
 
2012-08-31 10:50:11 AM  
He's already pulled over, he can't pull over any farther.
 
2012-08-31 10:55:45 AM  
I'd like to see an actual study done on how many people driving under the influence that cause deadly crashes survive the accidents. It seems to me that the people getting drunk or high actually have higher chances of surviving than the people they crash into.
 
2012-08-31 10:56:49 AM  
WAHWAHWAHWAH
 
2012-08-31 10:58:06 AM  

Jlop985: I'd like to see an actual study done on how many people driving under the influence that cause deadly crashes survive the accidents. It seems to me that the people getting drunk or high actually have higher chances of surviving than the people they crash into.


It's been studied and you're right. Not being aware of your surroundings because you're high on something does increase your chance of surviving, because a limp body is less likely to sustain serious injuries than a tense one.
 
2012-08-31 10:59:58 AM  
Keyboard...cleaner? I just use a cloth dampened with soap and water.

Hey, can you huff soap and water?
 
2012-08-31 11:00:02 AM  
In other news, people actually clean their keyboards?
 
2012-08-31 11:02:20 AM  
The can of keyboard cleaner on my desk has a label that says, "abuse of this product may cause INSTANT DEATH."

You really have to need to get high to breath that stuff.
 
2012-08-31 11:03:26 AM  

Fuggin Bizzy


Hey, can you huff soap and water?


Once, I guess.
 
2012-08-31 11:04:41 AM  
I don't think compressed air and volatile chemicals will get these stains of of my keyboard.

/Fap fap, etc.
 
2012-08-31 11:06:36 AM  

obamadidcoke: The can of keyboard cleaner on my desk has a label that says, "abuse of this product may cause INSTANT DEATH."

You really have to need to get high to breath that stuff.


Breathe, Breathe, Breathe you bastard....
 
2012-08-31 11:12:00 AM  

cig-mkr: In other news, people actually clean their keyboards?


I have to. Once a week at least. Do you realize that when semen hardens it makes some of the keys stick?
 
2012-08-31 11:15:48 AM  
Dent Fixer

Yet: I still only use it to make the little fan on the mother board go vvvvvvvvVVVVVVVVVVV!
 
2012-08-31 11:20:37 AM  
southparkstudios.mtvnimages.com
 
2012-08-31 11:26:47 AM  
What's keyboard cleaner? I though it was just compressed air?
 
2012-08-31 11:28:13 AM  

rudemix: [mysocalledtvblog.files.wordpress.com image 256x192]
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Actual video of Allison from Intervention huffing Dust Off in a moving vehicle
Allison the Duster


I very proud I didn't have to come in here and be dissappoint
 
2012-08-31 11:30:35 AM  

FarkedOver: cig-mkr: In other news, people actually clean their keyboards?

I have to. Once a week at least. Do you realize that when semen hardens it makes some of the keys stick?


Like the sugary glaze on donuts ?
 
2012-08-31 11:31:36 AM  
I don't get how someone can huff that stuff without getting seriously ill. I once made the mistake of using it in close quarters on a dirty PC and got a strong whiff of it. It made it tough to breathe, and smelled godawful. It sticks with you for awhile, too. It ain't good.
 
2012-08-31 11:34:27 AM  
Pumpkintown Rd. sounds like a Sid and Marty Croft show.

On another note; we had a guy locally who was wearing a facemask attached to a tank of nitrous oxide wreck his car into a light pole a year or so ago. I can't understand these people, I mean they must have done this stuff sans driving and they must know you sorta black out, right? How do you expect this to turn out?
 
2012-08-31 11:34:45 AM  
southparkstudios.mtvnimages.com
 
2012-08-31 11:38:31 AM  

probesport: He's already pulled over, he can't pull over any farther.


Do you know how fast you were going?
 
2012-08-31 11:38:59 AM  

Headso: What's keyboard cleaner? I though it was just compressed air?


Nope, it's usually a propellant like tetrafluoroethane, which I learned from an unlabelled can, is flammable at high temperatures and produces carbonyl fluoride gas (which really irritates the nose lemme tell ya). I imagine it would also be good at displacing oxygen, though exactly how it would do that in one's bloodstream I don't understand.
 
2012-08-31 11:48:04 AM  

Jon iz teh kewl:


Leaving satisfied.
 
2012-08-31 11:51:21 AM  

Fuggin Bizzy: Keyboard...cleaner? I just use a cloth dampened with soap and water.

Hey, can you huff soap and water?


Yes! This stuff...

www.allure.com

Will fark you up man!
 
2012-08-31 11:54:24 AM  
A friend used to tell the story of how he and a traveling companion were driving through Alabama in a rental car huffing N2O whippets. And then the county Sheriff pulled alongside them.

"ARE YOU BUZZING, SON?"

"Yes, sir!"

"Ok. Put that away."
 
2012-08-31 11:56:33 AM  
illannoyin:

Dude, you can go on a trip just READING a bottle of Dr. Bronner's soap.
 
2012-08-31 12:00:06 PM  
Flakeloaf
Citation?
 
2012-08-31 12:05:32 PM  

Flakeloaf: Jlop985: I'd like to see an actual study done on how many people driving under the influence that cause deadly crashes survive the accidents. It seems to me that the people getting drunk or high actually have higher chances of surviving than the people they crash into.

It's been studied and you're right. Not being aware of your surroundings because you're high on something does increase your chance of surviving, because a limp body is less likely to sustain serious injuries than a tense one.


Laughed pretty damn hard, thank you.
 
2012-08-31 12:09:54 PM  

rudemix: [mysocalledtvblog.files.wordpress.com image 256x192]
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Actual video of Allison from Intervention huffing Dust Off in a moving vehicle
Allison the Duster


Allison the huffer, walking on sunshine:

Link
 
2012-08-31 12:15:11 PM  
Pull over first? Hey, I'm a busy man!
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\ Toronto Farkers will get this one.
 
2012-08-31 12:31:42 PM  
IT FEELS LIKE IM DRIVING ON SUNSHINE!
 
2012-08-31 12:59:47 PM  
 
2012-08-31 01:49:56 PM  

illannoyin: Fuggin Bizzy: Keyboard...cleaner? I just use a cloth dampened with soap and water.

Hey, can you huff soap and water?

Yes! This stuff...

www.allure.com
Will fark you up man!


It also tests positive for GHB.

The Bronner family, makers of the popular organic Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps, have released a new video of NarcoPouch® 928 field drug tests of its soaps and other brands. The results prove that the test kit which was used to jail Don Bolles, drummer for the legendary punk band The Germs, on April 4, 2007 will always give a false-positive for the drug GHB (Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate) if used on any true natural soap.


Anyhow screw sniffing keyboard cleaner. Flip your keyboard upside down and shake out all the mucky bits. Then sniff them up.
 
2012-08-31 02:13:51 PM  

GUATAPOPO: Laughed pretty damn hard, thank you.


While amusing to think about, that wasn't a joke. A body that goes ragdoll in an accident tends to absorb impacts better than one that is tense. Drunk/unconscious people don't tense up.
 
2012-08-31 02:33:42 PM  
Didn't even know it was possible to "huff" keyboard cleaner.
I thought it was just compressed air.

blog.ascentis.com
 
2012-08-31 02:34:54 PM  

Noticeably F.A.T.: GUATAPOPO: Laughed pretty damn hard, thank you.

While amusing to think about, that wasn't a joke. A body that goes ragdoll in an accident tends to absorb impacts better than one that is tense. Drunk/unconscious people don't tense up.


So the big problem with drunk driving is that not everybody is drunk. If we made it mandatory that everyone be at least .08 at all times we could solve our economic crisis as well.
 
2012-08-31 02:36:39 PM  

probesport: So the big problem with drunk driving is that not everybody is drunk. If we made it mandatory that everyone be at least .08 at all times we could solve our economic crisis as well.


I've been doing my part for years! I've also been chipping in to make up for the teetotalers.

/Not really
 
2012-08-31 02:52:05 PM  
Who else here read that as "pull out first"?
 
2012-08-31 03:10:38 PM  

newton: The results prove that the test kit which was used to jail Don Bolles, drummer for the legendary punk band The Germs, on April 4, 2007 will always give a false-positive for the drug GHB (Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate) if used on any true natural soap.


Uh-huh. Don Bolles, drummer for the legendary punk band The Germs, wasn't using anything stronger at the time than true natural soap. Yeah, okay. And people were always slipping PEDs into Ben Johnson's milkshakes too. Also, as of press time, OJ's still looking for the real killer.
 
2012-08-31 03:13:25 PM  

GibbyTheMole: I don't get how someone can huff that stuff without getting seriously ill. I once made the mistake of using it in close quarters on a dirty PC and got a strong whiff of it. It made it tough to breathe, and smelled godawful. It sticks with you for awhile, too. It ain't good.


That's BECAUSE of that farking "walkin' on sunshine!" Allison poser on Intervention.

Dusters are 1,1-Difluoroethane (aka R152a), very similar to R134a (and also used as a AC coolant) because it stores with a high density as a liquid at manageable pressures. Also the gas is considerably heavier than air so it blows things around better. If the can were just air at ~80PSI, one puff and the pressure would be gone.

Allison "Walkin' on Sunshine" lady on Intervention seems to be a poser. Her acting seem pretty faked overall, over-the-top. She also uses the can upside down at some points, which would result in very very cold liquid coolant boiling off in your mouth which would cause frostbite.

Nonetheless, the industry became terrified and MOST mfgs added bitterant to their dusters. By itself, difluoroethane is tasteless/odorless.

The shiat they add to it is TERRIBLE. The bitterant is a solid residue, not a gas. Despite the cans saying "Leaves No Residue", it in fact does, some of the most offensive stuff in existence. It blows around the room when you use it, and some will get in your mouth and food tastes awful for like 15 min afterwards. But IT DOESN'T GO AWAY. If you dust your keyboard, it leaves a residue on the keyboard.

You can come back after leaving your keyboard undisturbed for a week, use it, then eat a sandwich with your hands and go DEAR GOD WHY DOES MY SANDWICH TASTE LIKE USED MOTOR OIL??? Because your fingers transferred bitterant residue onto it.

Really the stuff doesn't seem to evaporate OR break down, ever. In light use, it's less of a problem but all it's doing is spreading around the room falling on everything. It builds up over time. Dear god DON'T USE IT IN THE KITCHEN.

A FEW mfgs don't use bitterant (no law required it, the industry just started doing it on their own out of fear after the infamous Intervention episode). Oddly enough the one brand I know of is called "Stoner", you'd have to order it from Amazon though. All the brands at Fry's or Big Lots have bitterants. And like I say, they keep putting "leaves no residue" on the label even though it deposits a residue of one of the most offensive substances known to man (nanograms will ruin your day) on whatever you spray it on, as well as the whole farking room.
 
2012-09-01 01:47:58 AM  
i.qkme.me
 
2012-09-01 05:45:54 AM  
Huffing and some other types of substance abuse is not even physically addictive. Addicts do it because they remember how the high felt, they liked how it felt and they want to experience it again. Even with substances that are physically addictive, even if the addict has gone without for long enough that they no longer have withdraw symptoms, there is still the danger that they could relapse because they remember how the high felt, they liked how it felt and they want to experience it again. I once did exactly that with cigarettes (made me feel sick, I didn't relapse a second time). If we could have a way of breaking the psychological part of an addiction, that would go a long way toward making substance abuse a thing of the past.
 
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