what is this thread going to be about woops?

luka

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i use the bread knife technique too. i dont have a freezer but my freezer box is always iced up cos the magent that keeps it sealed
shut fell off
 

Leo

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risky move, one slip of the knife on the slippery ice and you risked puncturing the encased pipes and releasing freon.

Freon is a tasteless, mostly odorless gas. When it is deeply inhaled, it can cut off vital oxygen to your cells and lungs.
 

luka

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thats what makes it so exciting. but also why we use a bread knife and not something with a point.
 
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Leo

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While tasteless and odorless, Freon does make a large impact on your air and health. Refrigerant poisoning is a serious condition that can lead to difficulty breathing, headaches, nausea and vomiting, skin and eye irritation, and coughing
 

Leo

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If you inhale or ingest refrigerant of any kind, seek immediate emergency medical assistance. The dangers of refrigerant poisoning are serious. Freon, which is often used in refrigerants and coolants, is colorless and smells like freshly cut grass.
 

woops

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just been for a nice walk round the reservoir. gonna have a look at the freezer next. then i'll make a pot of tea
 
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woops

is not like other people
i live quite close to the path of the new river, which is a canal that runs from hertfordshire to islington, built in the time of elizabeth (the first) I think. a goldsmith called hugh myddelton gets all the credit, statues of him in islington and holborn viaduct, etc but the original idea was had by a bloke called edmund something or other, edmund is also my first name. the new river fills stoke newington reservoirs and the filtering station is a local landmark.
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