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UER Forum > Archived US: Pacific Southwest > Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear. (Viewed 2984 times)
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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 20 on 1/10/2012 2:00 AM >
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Posted by Vectored Approach
Most foam sealants expand to 20-50X their initial volume. That 5 gallon bucket could probably fill your entire living room.


Just think of the pranks...

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 21 on 1/10/2012 3:30 AM >
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Posted by robk700


Just think of the pranks...


^^^ Yes.

I had not thought about it like that. I was thinking more "how do you apply a sticky substance from a 5 gal bucket, onto a vertical wall, without getting it ALL OVER THE PLACE.

I suppose you could just pour the bucket, and 5 hours later it'd all come out.

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 22 on 1/10/2012 3:42 AM >
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I was thinking. how does the officer get back in his cruiser after lunch when the whole thing is filled with solid foam..............

I mean wait what?

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 23 on 1/10/2012 5:12 AM >
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Posted by robk700


Just think of the pranks...


We used to use expanding foam in peoples lockers at school. The end result was always hilarious...except for the victim.





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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 24 on 1/10/2012 6:56 AM >
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Heres the Mytbusters expanding foam car prank

http://www.youtube...atch?v=Xk_gojAEwJA
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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 25 on 1/10/2012 5:54 PM >
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Posted by SinCalRyder
I was thinking. how does the officer get back in his cruiser after lunch when the whole thing is filled with solid foam..............

I mean wait what?


You use the purple shit for that.

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 26 on 1/18/2012 1:41 AM >
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terrifying

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 27 on 1/18/2012 2:33 AM >
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I've heard acetone will melt expanding foam... Anyone have personal experience?

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 28 on 1/21/2012 8:44 AM >
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Oh Therrin.. All that mold has made me hungry.

Speaking of which.. Post our pics! :o

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 29 on 1/22/2012 5:43 AM >
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Posted by xxsonicblue
Oh Therrin.. All that mold has made me hungry.

Speaking of which.. Post our pics! :o


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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 30 on 1/24/2012 3:26 AM >
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I still have to get my pic set of day #3 to Therrin too!

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 31 on 1/24/2012 5:03 AM >
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Lazy fools!

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 32 on 1/24/2012 7:40 AM >
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=(


Give a person a match and they'll be warm for a minute, but light them on fire and they'll be warm for the rest of their life. =)
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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 33 on 3/5/2012 7:07 AM >
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#12 FANTASTIC! I can never get a good shot like that!

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 34 on 3/7/2012 9:15 PM >
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Posted by Raven928
#12 FANTASTIC! I can never get a good shot like that!


You're kidding right?


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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 35 on 3/28/2013 7:15 AM >
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So, me and my girl have been up there, but not in the mine, et. Is the white stuff on the wall silk worm...er...stuff?

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 36 on 3/28/2013 11:41 AM >
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#1 is my favorite, but what a fantastic study in mycology (and rust)!

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 37 on 3/28/2013 9:03 PM >
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Old thread, but that "lock" thingee seems to be threaded inside. Couldn't you screw in a bolt and tighten a lock nut onto it, then use the bolt to unscrew it?

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 38 on 3/28/2013 11:47 PM >
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All my pics were taken with my old Casio point & shoot camera, but thanks for the compliments
(it has since then succumbed to a death due to repeated exposure to copious amounts of mine dust, sadsies)


I really don't know much about ...mycology? So I wouldn't know how to answer those questions. It's some kind of mold/fungus/alien creature.

Those mine locks cannot be removed with just a threaded bolt, it is screwed down onto one, but requires a tool which can grip its specifically shaped surfaces, and the outside edge is beveled and rounded as well. You can't grab it with channel-locks either. They're a pain in the ass.

I did find a site that has "keys" for them though.

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Re: Objects seen in mirror may be closer than they appear.
<Reply # 39 on 3/29/2013 3:36 AM >
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I hadn't seen this thread before. Nice photos Therrin! That must have been the camera before the one that died in a fall at Delamar?

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