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Us old guys are still cooking with gas.

Us old guys are still cooking with gas,

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I thought "old guys" used charcoal.

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Problem is the kids are microwaving.

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Problem is the kids are microwaving.
Dang, i must be too old.. I really don't know if that means "Tiny jeep wave" or an iPhone auto correct error.


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Wish I could go back and change the title to cooking with C4, as only true old guys would know what that means, or might have done it.

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I don't know about cooking with it, but I think I remember hearing someone once say something along the lines of "Any problem on earth can be solved with the proper application of high explosives. The trick is not to be around when they go off."
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That's where "proper application" comes in! That and a healthy string of Det Cord..........
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Wish I could go back and change the title to cooking with C4, as only true old guys would know what that means, or might have done it.
Lol now that's a thread!
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Ain't nothin' wrong with goin slow:
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Yes you can cook with c4

This is C4, it is flammable, it is smashable, it's only when you put the two together do you get an explosion. This is burning C4 and apparently when you stomp on flaming C4 it will explode. 'The More You Know'


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Yes you can cook with c4

This is C4, it is flammable, it is smashable, it's only when you put the two together do you get an explosion. This is burning C4 and apparently when you stomp on flaming C4 it will explode. 'The More You Know'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUFSR2zTo7c
Myth. It will not explode, if you stomp on it while lit. The only way I know that is watching those old boys on Mythbusters.

I have cooked with it and it is effective.

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