Off-topic request for opinion from all you literary types
ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Wed Jan 12 10:28:57 EST 2005
On Tuesday, January 11, 2005, at 05:48 PM, mecha godscylla wrote:
> Kathleen replied:
>> It sounds to me as though water has splashed out of the kettle onto
>> the stove top. We had a wood stove when I was growing up, and water
>> splashed on to the hot iron would separate into little spheres and
>> bounce around the stovetop before evaporating. (We would stack the
>> pans and trays to dry on the plate rack over the stove, and if the
>> little bit of water still in was tipped out, the results were
>> spectacular. Great fun!).
> Thanks Kathleen! I can't recall ever seeing that before and your
> description is vivid. It makes me want to experiment. Also, thanks
> for further information provided by Roger et al. Where do you get a
> lump of potassium?
I hope he was kidding about the potassium. That's more excitement than
To get the water effect, you only need a frying pan. Let it heat up on
burner. To find out if it's hot enough, just flick a few drops of water
- Dieting is the cure that doesn't work for the
disease that isn't real.
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