Static grass

Static grass

Post by the OTHER Mik » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 05:07:54



So my backordered static grass gun finally came in and I'm about to
start using it. Besides the recent article in MR, anyone have any
experience they would like to share ?

Thanks

Mike

 
 
 

Static grass

Post by Bruce Favinge » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 13:03:02


Mike,
I don't but I'd sure would like to hear your thoughts after you give it a
try. Bruce



Quote:
> So my backordered static grass gun finally came in and I'm about to
> start using it. Besides the recent article in MR, anyone have any
> experience they would like to share ?

> Thanks

> Mike


 
 
 

Static grass

Post by David Nebenzah » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 13:31:22


the OTHER Mike spake thus:

Quote:
> So my backordered static grass gun finally came in and I'm about to
> start using it. Besides the recent article in MR, anyone have any
> experience they would like to share ?

How about trying the electrostatic thingie on your hair first? If you
have short hair, it might make a kewl stand-up 'do.

--
Any system of knowledge that is capable of listing films in order
of use of the word "***" is incapable of writing a good summary
and analysis of the Philippine-American War. And vice-versa.
This is an inviolable rule.

- Matthew White, referring to Wikipedia on his WikiWatch site
(http://www.FoundCollection.com/)

 
 
 

Static grass

Post by the OTHER Mik » Fri, 23 Jun 2006 17:50:48


Quote:

> the OTHER Mike spake thus:

> > So my backordered static grass gun finally came in and I'm about to
> > start using it. Besides the recent article in MR, anyone have any
> > experience they would like to share ?

> How about trying the electrostatic thingie on your hair first? If you
> have short hair, it might make a kewl stand-up 'do.

> - Matthew White, referring to Wikipedia on his WikiWatch site
> (http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/wikiwoo.htm)

I tried that but the nail kept pushing too far into my soft skull and i
could not get the wire attached...................................
 
 
 

Static grass

Post by Peter W » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 12:49:45


Quote:


> > the OTHER Mike spake thus:

> > > So my backordered static grass gun finally came in and I'm about to
> > > start using it. Besides the recent article in MR, anyone have any
> > > experience they would like to share ?

> > How about trying the electrostatic thingie on your hair first? If you
> > have short hair, it might make a kewl stand-up 'do.

> > - Matthew White, referring to Wikipedia on his WikiWatch site
> > (http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/wikiwoo.htm)

> I tried that but the nail kept pushing too far into my soft skull and i
> could not get the wire attached...................................

Ahh... that is where you went wrong (and you let all the hot air escape
from your scull)!

No need for nails in the skull.  Your body is a conductor (unlike wood
or styrofoam on a layout) so all you have to do is to hold the wire in
your hand.  Your entire body will become electrified and you can apply
static grass everywhere.  You can use brown grass for the "teddybear"
look.

:-)
Peteski

 
 
 

Static grass

Post by f » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 23:43:04


On 24 Jun 2006 20:49:45 -0700, "Peter W."

Quote:



>> > the OTHER Mike spake thus:

>> > > So my backordered static grass gun finally came in and I'm about to
>> > > start using it. Besides the recent article in MR, anyone have any
>> > > experience they would like to share ?

>> > How about trying the electrostatic thingie on your hair first? If you
>> > have short hair, it might make a kewl stand-up 'do.

>> > - Matthew White, referring to Wikipedia on his WikiWatch site
>> > (http://users.erols.com/mwhite28/wikiwoo.htm)

>> I tried that but the nail kept pushing too far into my soft skull and i
>> could not get the wire attached...................................

>Ahh... that is where you went wrong (and you let all the hot air escape
>from your scull)!

>No need for nails in the skull.  Your body is a conductor (unlike wood
>or styrofoam on a layout) so all you have to do is to hold the wire in
>your hand.  Your entire body will become electrified and you can apply
>static grass everywhere.  You can use brown grass for the "teddybear"
>look.

>:-)
>Peteski

Or to fill in that "combover" so it doesn't look (quite) so
ridiculous...