Salsero wrote:I'm with Mary on this. A high school bio teacher would probably love this and you might even score some points with a teacher. Can't hurt.
BTW, riding in helicopters makes me sick to my stomach: another strike against trying it. And besides, what if they don't find your near lifeless body until late, then you have to ride in that helicopter (for like $1,500), then you get all sick from the helicopter ride, and since they found you so late, you die anyway. I'd rather not die in a helicopter. Course, there might be a pretty nurse! She could hold your hand and look into your eyes while you slipped into oblivion. Course then you would lose your one chance at a great love as well as losing your life ... and die in a helicopter to boot. That would be like 3 tragedies all at once. Besides, I think the nurses in those helicopters are all hairy old Vietnam vet doodz.
After considering all the angles, I have to go with Mary's idea.
Jeeeesh Sal. I LOVE flying in helicopters, so smooth and a nice floating feeling. I am always up for finding a way to get in with a nice pretty nurse, but the dying part isnt what I have in mind.
I want my tea
I think I am just going to rinse twice and give it a shot! Although you will hear from me tonight, if I am not here tomorrow consider me dead or near death (next to the toilet).
Cupioneeer, I think you are right about the rinsing in boiling water. Thanks