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    Quote Originally Posted by Olie
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    Olie, did you stay on the rollercoaster too long?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo's-sister
    Olie, did you stay on the rollercoaster too long?
    :rofl:

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    well...


    *wanders off*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo's-sister
    Olie, did you stay on the rollercoaster too long?
    I thought that he was stickin' some bodily part of his into a powerpoint while takin' the pic. :laugh:

    He has commented on the electrical jolts that he's received b4 around here. :devil win

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I thought that he was stickin' some bodily part of his into a powerpoint while takin' the pic. :laugh:

    He has commented on the electrical jolts that he's received b4 around here. :devil win
    :rofl:

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    Pretty much off topic, but the worst electrical shock I saw was when my cousin was f'in around with a old monitor trying to fix it, and he accidently touched the coil while he was discharging it. He just freaked for about 5 seconds, then got all normal and was like, damn, I better not touch that again. Hes been zapped by 220 alot too, he seems to be immune and/or lucky.
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    Originally posted by [b]Fatguy3
    Pretty much off topic, but the worst electrical shock I saw was when my cousin was f'in around with a old monitor trying to fix it, and he accidently touched the coil while he was discharging it. He just freaked for about 5 seconds, then got all normal and was like, damn, I better not touch that again. Hes been zapped by 220 alot too, he seems to be immune and/or lucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by E^vol
    110volts isn't too bad anymore and 24volts is fun...don't ask.
    Did 35V in a Physics class once. Tickled a bit. :) Most of the danger of electricity comes from current, not voltage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    Most of the danger of electricity comes from current, not voltage.

    That is true,

    Ampere kills, as low as 0.2 Ampere through the heart can stop it.

    Voltage burns, well high voltage can kill to but then due to burn wounds or damage to the internal organs, specially kidneys..

    I saw a documentary on tv a while ago bout a young russian boy who peed on a high voltage station which completely burned of his genitalia..
    I'm sure that hurt.. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olie
    well...


    *wanders off*
    I wasn't being nasty Olie, just meant were you sitting at the front, you know how your face gets distorted from the wind force and your skin gets pulled back really tight?
    anways, just meant that it was a bf grin :D
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