Hogs vs Tannerite



Ericb

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Dirty Mike wernt you look for a way to make a large batch of pulled pork?
 

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I heard you could skin a whole hog with tannerite and not harm the meat.
 


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I agree guy, blowing up live animals isnt nearly the same as HUNTING imo....
 


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kinda messed up - not sure why I feel that way? :;:huh

Yea I kind of felt indifferent about this video too. But they are a huge nuisance to land owners, farmers and ranchers rooting up the land and crops. And how long before tannerite is un-available for over the counter purchase? I hate to say it and don't wanna give any ideas but I think its only a mater of time before this stuff is used for something bad.

Disclaimer I am not against tannerite I have blown up some old appliances with the stuff that was fun as hell.
 

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Maybe we could try putting the pigs inside the appliances prior to the blast.
 

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Pigs in a blanket maybe? Or pigs in a old fridge/oven then kaboom? Nevermind if Im going that far to wrangle one of them hogs its going go in my working freezer(processed of course), then I will consume it and the kaboom with come the next morning in the toilet. (See what I did there all appliances that have been blown up with tannerite I'm sure of it)
 

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I always thought it would be fun to put a few cats into pumpkin to see how far a trebuchet can make them fly....
 


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I always thought it would be fun to put a few cats into pumpkin to see how far a trebuchet can make them fly....


40 bucks says the cat gets you before you get him in the pumpkin, but that would be a youtube gold (the cat ripping your eyeballs off) :;:muahaha
 

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we get a group buy going for some pumpkins

I would think that watermelon rinds would be cheaper, and work better.
I know a Mexican watermelon farmer that would sell cheap if we bought in bulk. 3500#'s and we get em for $.04 a pound.
 

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I would think that watermelon rinds would be cheaper, and work better.
I know a Mexican watermelon farmer that would sell cheap if we bought in bulk. 3500#'s and we get em for $.04 a pound.
Does he have access to vanilla?
 


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