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(NOAA)   It's almost Thanksgiving so naturally a hurricane is heading to Greenland   ( divider line
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1278 clicks; posted to Geek » on 18 Nov 2013 at 6:07 PM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-11-18 10:19:30 PM  
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picturescrazy: Suckmaster Burstingfoam: Good. fark the bastards with their one million cubic miles of ice.

Seriously! That's 20 cubic farking miles of ice per citizen. What are they hogging all that ice for? coonts.

In a train of thought that's probably not too hard to imagine, your post got me thinking. Would it be a good idea to keep your beer cold with ice cubes that were actually just frozen beer? I mean clearly regular water is a horrible idea. But frozen beer cubes? I have to think on this.

Yeah? Try this.

At one beer bottle per square foot, the ice cap of Greenland can refrigerate approximately TWENTY TRILLION bottles of beer.

That's THREE THOUSAND bottles for every human being alive. You think maybe that would come in handy for the starving masses who had their lives destroyed in the Philippines?

Again. Greenlanders are coonts.
2013-11-18 09:19:39 PM  
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loveblondieo: Only a (sub)tropical storm.

Those don't get a greenlight.
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