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subcultured at 1:38PM, Sept. 30, 2009
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BlkKnight at 1:52PM, Sept. 30, 2009
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If it was properly mortared and not just a simple wall unlike the other two tests I might be more impressed with the results.
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Product Placement at 2:19PM, Sept. 30, 2009
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Well, regardless of the legitimacy of the brick test, I have to say that I was mighty impressed with that vortex gun.
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Orin J Master at 2:57PM, Sept. 30, 2009
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a long time ago, they sold toy guns that operated on the same principles.

i friggin' hate child safety advocates.
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seventy2 at 4:05PM, Sept. 30, 2009
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actaully, we have one in our office, i keep it in my desk.
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lba at 4:32PM, Sept. 30, 2009
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You can still buy those toys. They're like a big plastic handgun, with a plastic sheet and rubber bands tied across the back. I just saw a couple of them somewhere recently.

For what it's worth though, it's a lot of bang for not much effect really. That thing looks like it uses a lot of energy for what you could pretty easily do with your bare hands.
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mfc at 2:22PM, Oct. 3, 2009
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I thought that was awesome. At first I thought it was just a smoke ring until he actually explained what it was.

But what's it's use? Not just for the purpose of knocking things down, yeah?
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Product Placement at 3:45PM, Oct. 3, 2009
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You know, I was just reminded of this clip, that I saw a while back, where this guy made a vortex gun out of house hold objects. He was a guest in that Ellen talk show.

It's the last “experiment” in the clip but watching all of them is kinda fun. I particularly liked the “anti-helium” ^^
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mfc at 1:09PM, Oct. 4, 2009
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You know, I was just reminded of this clip, that I saw a while back, where this guy made a vortex gun out of house hold objects. He was a guest in that Ellen talk show.

It's the last “experiment” in the clip but watching all of them is kinda fun. I particularly liked the “anti-helium” ^^


I remember Jay Leno did something similar; but I can't find that clip anywhere.

Edit: Found it!

http://gizmodo.com/276771/anti+helium-makes-jay-leno-talk-like-ving-rhames
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