On Wed, 15 Apr 1998, Nory wrote:
> Interesting idea. I've seen liquid nitrogen at work (big brother and
> sick-minded nephew like to dunk mice found in the machine shop - call it
> an experiment in cryogenics).
> If you used it on the glue, how would you freeze the glue without
> freezing (and cracking) the dash itself?
If you guys really want to pursue this freezing technique, you
might want to see if you can find an equine veterinarian in your
neighborhood who uses cryosurgical equipment (used on such things as the
equivalent of warts). There's a device with a stylus that delivers small
amounts of liquid cold to specific areas. I don't know how common the
devices are, nor how willing the vet would be to perform cryosurgery on an
LBC, but it's prolly safer than trying it at home DIY style.
"At dawn we will face the greatest test of our resolve. But I
say this: though starving, hunger will not weaken us; though diseased,
illness will not cripple us, and though weary, exhaustion will not claim
us. We can fight knowing that all true Reiklanders will forevermore
honour our valiant gesture of defiance, even though our bodies be left to
feed the beasts of carrion.
Mind you...we could always surrender." -Rick Priestly's Siege