ForeRight: Not sure what caliber that thing fires, but it's most likely something that's at least 50 cents a round (where 7.62mm is)."I gave this about 250 rounds. but I think around 150 might actually be enough."Congrats, you just spent $125 to cook a few strips of bacon!
HMS_Blinkin: I like it when retard submitters can unilaterally define "real Americans" by doing arbitrary stupid and wasteful things. That really makes me feel patriotic.
Thudfark: Secret Master of All Flatulence: I'd like to point out that this isn't remotely even a new thing. During WWI, the Brits were known for heating the water for their tea by running a belt through a Vickers.Running a belt through a Vicar sounds kinky.
MythDragon: [upload.wikimedia.org image 850x604]I've use an AN/TRC-170 to cook a bag of popcorn. Tape the bag to a fiberglass pole and stick it up into the microwave beam. And BAM. Popcorn. Of course it took a while and a lot of the popcorn got burnt, and I probably blew the bit error rate to hell. But that's not the point. I was able to use a half a million dollar piece of communications equipment to pop popcorn!I also used to stick soup/ravioli cans up into the heat exhust vents as they got pretty hot.If you're not finding fun new ways to exploit government equipment for your own use, you're just not trying.
Egoy3k: I think we should retaliate with some other popular American activities;You aren't a true American until you have married your same sex partner after many years of activism.You aren't a true American until you have to find the Halal butchershop because one of the guests to your upcoming BBQ is a Muslim.You aren't a true American until you have legally smoked dope.You aren't a true American until you have freedom of religion.
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