A bit off topic, but I heard on our local rock radio morning show 3-4 weeks ago that Rod Smart, aka HE HATE ME, had five children with five different women. They said some columnist somewhere came up with names for the five women:
HE DATE ME
HE MATE ME
HE IMPREGNATE ME
HE INFLATE ME
HE CONSOMATE ME
Sorry....a bit tired, may have misspelle some words.
jonnyblack wrote:Bukowski is a grat author (no caps). I couldnt call myself hemingway, or heller (major major) (bar fly is a better book than a movie)
Good one, I'm glad you noticed. Thats why I had to give props to TownDrunk. About 5 years ago when I first got a computer and online at home/hence fantasy baseball addiction/, I was reading alot of Bukowski. When I signed up for my e-mail at hotmail (non existent e-mail addy now) I was so drunk I misspelled Bukowski with my year of birth, ala Bukoski77. I'm sure Bukowski would apprecciate it if he were still alive and on this forum. However he would probably be on a fantasy dog raceing forum where he still ticking.
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Bloody Nipples wrote:You are asking for the real story of Bloody Nipples, so here goes...
During a high school soccer game this year, I slid into the goal post, bruising my thigh. I went to get an instant ice-pack, but I squeezed it the wrong way, and all the chemicals sprayed all over my jersey and shorts. It was a cold day, and the chemicals dried quickly, making my jersey very thick and starchy. When I went back out to play, the jersey rubbed all over you-know-where, and chaffing occured, causing two red circles to appear on my jersey. And just so you know, I scored the game-tying goal with one minute to go, bloody nipples and all.
I like reaching into my chemistry background...
If I'm not mistaken, the chemical inside of the instant ice-pack is sodium nitrite - Na(NO)2. When mixed with water, heat energy is absorbed in the reaction between the two compounds (an endothermic reaction) and therefore becomes cold instead of hot (an exothermic reaction - heat is given off). If you take a slightly moistened piece of wood and put a beaker with sodium nitrite and water, it will quickly freeze and the wood can be lifted by the beaker. Neat huh? I love science!!!
BTW, one time when I was 9 I accidentally ingested some instant ice-pack solution. I had it on my arm, and I felt something coming dripping out of the pack. I tasted it for some reason, and since it didn't really taste all that bad, I just kept lapping it up. Maybe that's why I'm always cold!?!?
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