anybody up for a challenge ??

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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 8,301
    Where is Johnny Knoxville, he would use it as a suppository.

    I got $5 to see that

  • BlueMDPickerBlueMDPicker Old Polk Posts: 6,711
    Thanks! I now know what to get my wife and her Mom for Christmas. B)


  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 15,617
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Where is Johnny Knoxville, he would use it as a suppository.

    I got $5 to see that

    Just... eww.

    ;)
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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 8,301
    Come on Mark EVERYONE likes a good train wreck B)
  • Deathtoll's comment that "Normal people won't be able to do this" sounds like a personal assault upon the manliness (or womanliness) (or fill-in-the-blank-ness) of the members of Club Polk !
    Okay, who's first ?
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  • Msabot1Msabot1 Posts: 1,920
    Want a challenge?...Triple Atomic Wing Challenge at The Lube..6 wings..no time limit..no drinks...The prize??...Name on the Wall Of Flame and a bumper sticker..Also a hole burned in your gut and a flamethrower out of the posterior the next morning..guaranteed to rid you of any internal parasite known to medicine...Have to sign a waiver beforehand...no joke...
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 8,301
    Msabot1 wrote: »
    Want a challenge?...Triple Atomic Wing Challenge at The Lube..6 wings..no time limit..no drinks...The prize??...Name on the Wall Of Flame and a bumper sticker..Also a hole burned in your gut and a flamethrower out of the posterior the next morning..guaranteed to rid you of any internal parasite known to medicine...Have to sign a waiver beforehand...no joke...

    That would be a walk in the park compared to the Reaper

    Scoville scale: 1,569,300 on average SHU

    These are no joke I have tried one, I like hot spicy stuff these for me are OUT OF BOUNDS....

    Immediate hiccups and my body said F it and most of it came back out. Still the next day OH MY GOD it was uncomfortable to well you know...... Sit so to speak.

    The guy who invented them said he has newer stock that put these to shame and will unleash them once someone else tops this one.

  • Msabot1Msabot1 Posts: 1,920
    I've heard about those Reapers...The hybrid ghost ones damn near did me in..and I have a very high tolerance to the higher end of the scale and the old leather throat..Those Reapers sound scary!..LOL!..
  • Jimbo18Jimbo18 Posts: 1,614
    I love hot sauce, but not so hot I can't taste what I put it on. Habanero or Scorpion (I get shipped to me from Pa.) are my favorites. No affil. other than being a good customer of their, but check out their FB page.

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  • WillowWillow Posts: 8,784
    pitdogg2 wrote: »

    I think Russ sleeps with these and thinks he's really hot.
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  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 8,301
    Well that's a leap he sleeps everywhere and with anything that will shed heat :p
  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Well that's a leap he sleeps everywhere and with anything that will shed heat :p

    It gets cold up here in the north east. I ain't stupid.
    Willow wrote: »
    pitdogg2 wrote: »

    I think Russ sleeps with these and thinks he's really hot.

    No way, JF! Those things are evil. Burns the skin inside and out!
  • Jimbo18Jimbo18 Posts: 1,614
    Russ, you still up in Pa.? I grew up in Centralia and Mt. Carmel, near Pottsville.
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  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    Sure am, Jim. Riding up and down the hills chasing lights. Beautiful country up here.
  • Where is Johnny Knoxville, he would use it as a suppository.

    He's actually in pretty rough shape. Mostly due to Jacka** stunts
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  • nooshinjohnnooshinjohn Posts: 16,773
    Deathtoll's comment that "Normal people won't be able to do this" sounds like a personal assault upon the manliness (or womanliness) (or fill-in-the-blank-ness) of the members of Club Polk !
    Okay, who's first ?
    Let's get Lightman... he eats anything, and sleeps with animals.
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  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    Deathtoll's comment that "Normal people won't be able to do this" sounds like a personal assault upon the manliness (or womanliness) (or fill-in-the-blank-ness) of the members of Club Polk !
    Okay, who's first ?
    Let's get Lightman... he eats anything, and sleeps with animals.

    Read my above comments, dingleberry.
  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    edited September 2017
    Jimbo18 wrote: »
    Russ, you still up in Pa.? I grew up in Centralia and Mt. Carmel, near Pottsville.

    Centralia? Are the fires still burning? Or did they ever figure out how to extinguish them?
  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 1,089
    It's an anaerobic reaction... And that reaction creates oxygen for the burn. There's no putting it out.
  • ^^he has also sobered up hasn't he?

    I believe so
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  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    FestYboy wrote: »
    It's an anaerobic reaction... And that reaction creates oxygen for the burn. There's no putting it out.

    Bummer.
  • Jimbo18Jimbo18 Posts: 1,614
    lightman1 wrote: »
    Jimbo18 wrote: »
    Russ, you still up in Pa.? I grew up in Centralia and Mt. Carmel, near Pottsville.

    Centralia? Are the fires still burning? Or did they ever figure out how to extinguish them?

    They are still burning. Mostly moving away from what's left of the town, but there are only a few homes left. The gov't bought up all the other homes and tore them down. Check out "graffitti highway" if you get a chance. It's part of Hwy 61 that is closed and hundreds of people "tagged" it.

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  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    Far out! My current homestead is in Frackville on 61.
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 8,301
    Are you talking coal seam burning?
  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Are you talking coal seam burning?

    Yes sir. Seems it was ignited by a trash burning, caught a seam and continues to this day.
  • Jimbo18Jimbo18 Posts: 1,614
    pitdogg2 wrote: »
    Are you talking coal seam burning?

    Yeah, we had a lot of deep mines for anthracite coal in the area. Some of the were "bootleg" mines, where individuals dug down on land they didn't own and left undocumented mine shafts in the area.

    A mine fire was started near our cemetary. There was a strip mine near it and people would throw their trash into it. After a while, someone would light it on fire to clear it out to make room for more trash. The theory is that this somehow started the coal on fire.

    Around 1960, the town tried using huge "steam" shovels to dig it out, but it was too deep. They then tried fly ash barrier to smother it but there were too many unknown mine shafts which keep it fed with oxygen.

    Check out Centralia mine fire on YouTube if you are interested, there's tons of stuff on it. A couple pretty good documentaries and lots of photos.

    As a youngster, I thought it was normal for the ground to burn. We had at one time, 3 separate mine fires in a 4 mile radius.

    And apologies to the OP for hijacking the thread.
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  • Jimbo18Jimbo18 Posts: 1,614
    lightman1 wrote: »
    Far out! My current homestead is in Frackville on 61.

    Been there many times. The whole area is depressed but the landscape is beautiful.
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  • lightman1lightman1 Posts: 8,817
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