Discussion in 'On Topic' started by hsmith, Jun 6, 2009.
where is your God now?
brb Ordering tactical zapper.
I want to see them do it with a child.
That vid does not show how long the fly was kept under water. That fly will sink when it's really dead.
and i'm sure humans can survive under water for prob up to 4 min. I'd have to check it to make sure though...
fly obviously was not dead
I typed in "5 scientific reasons.." and this was Google's first result Google knows
Where's Step 2?
i brought a drowned fly back to life with salt.
I'm listening to Thriller right now.
Do not want.
we used to catch flies when i worked at a local car wash, put them in a towel, and freeze them. tie a string around them and let them thaw out to watch them fly around in circles. those fuckers are near invincible minus the swatter.
Or Jeff Goldblum.
That's what I was thinking, imma read that 5 scientific reasons link now.
edit: bleh, that shit wasn't about flies%$@!
What's the music?
vincent price would be the better choice.
Insects are weird.
There is one I saw on TV that will freeze to "death" in the winter. Frozen solid for months on end. And than in the summer when the ice melts...it springs back to life. I can't remember what it was called, I believe it was very small...almost microscopic. Maybe it is fleas?
What they don't show you is that right after the camera went off, the fly ate the guy's brain.
all these idiots "oh it just dried out the flies wings"
yeah, believe that, suckers.
A lot of insects do that. Some frogs do too.
Flies breath through their skin, so it probably pulls the water out of its system.
insects are not alive, just as plants are not alive.
Still, I'm ready for the zombies.