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So what you are saying is that fat was cctleoled from the partially incinerated corpses, most of which would have been emaciated. This would involve the careful monitoring of the fire's temperature. The fat was cctleoled, god knows how, and returned to the fire. The fat yields were likely to be negligible; the collectable percentage of these yields even more minimal and the effort involved in this operation would be considerable. By removing fat from corpses you are simply removing a combustible agent from the process and returning it at a later point; you are not increasing fuel value by a single percent. The fat would burn if you just left it on the fire. All a bit pointless don't you think? Do you guys really expect people to believe this?
Posted at 3:40AM on June 17th 2013 by Misato
anything about 'easily'? I already said that even if 99% of the fat *didn't* escpae, you have a hell of a lot of fat that *did* escpae, which equates to the addition of many gallons of petrol in energy to the fire. "Ooooh! Ernest, I feel faint, fetch me my fan and a cup of Earl Grey!"Yes, well, it's obvious that your brain has had an attack of the vapours somewhere along the way. Crawl back to your hole.
Posted at 6:40AM on March 10th 2013 by Brittani
Zander>>If you look at the style that japanese use when they draw (in their crntooas) you can see that most characters don't have a nose or a very small one. these kids just see it in the crntooas they watch and then that's what they go after when they draw.
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Posted at 6:57PM on March 7th 2013 by Renee
What a disappointing night for fashion. I was not wowed by anyone's dress and poor little Elle Fanning, someone needs to get that girl a stylist, her dress looked like an old lady's shower curtain. And agreed, that is no Matthew Perry standing with Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts.
Posted at 4:28PM on January 23rd 2013 by TAMMYLEA
I have to say this is the best I've seen Sally Fields look in a photo for a while. Kudos to her hair stylist she looks great!
Posted at 8:53AM on January 15th 2013 by Linda C
someone needs to proofread. although there is a slight resemblance, the gentleman in the photo with naomi watts and liev schreiber is not matthew perry. anyone can see that.
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