Have you given any thought to using a cat tongue?
On Wed, 15 Apr 1998, Der schwarze Buccaneer wrote:
> 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.
> -Scott Allen
> "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