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I don't think plastic is magnetic.


Who said its plastic?
post #257 of 491
I think you guys are missing the point of my ridiculous post.
post #258 of 491

A more effective way to create a safe space on the subway is to get one of those homeless people carts, not shower for years, and wear 5 coats. 

post #259 of 491
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Who said its plastic?

 

Well, a woman is carrying it effortlessly.

post #260 of 491

Could be thin wall aluminum or titanium alloy

post #261 of 491
Got a vintage fishing tackle from UMCO that's made of aluminum. No rust, and probably weighs less than 2 pounds. Aluminum is great.
post #262 of 491
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Could be thin wall aluminum or titanium alloy

 

Still wouldn't be magnetic.

post #263 of 491
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Still wouldn't be magnetic.

Check your nonferrous privilege.
post #264 of 491
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I think you guys are missing the point of my ridiculous post.



Based on the looks she's getting, she's probably in bigger danger toting that thing around.

Like parking a BMW 5 series in the empty section of the Wal Mart parking lot.
post #265 of 491
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Got a vintage fishing tackle from UMCO that's made of aluminum. No rust, and probably weighs less than 2 pounds. Aluminum is great.


Suffers from a lack of ductility but it has great resistance to extreme cold they use it a lot for cryogenic piping systems .Welds super hot once you lite er up you gotta go

post #266 of 491
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Based on the looks she's getting, she's probably in bigger danger toting that thing around.

Like parking a BMW 5 series in the empty section of the Wal Mart parking lot.

She can clothesline most dudes. I think she wears that to protect us from her.
post #267 of 491
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She can clothesline most dudes. I think she wears that to protect us from her.


Interesting perspective.

One could say that she carries her own cage wherever she goes.
post #268 of 491
I live near a crosstrain gym, and she looks like one of those broad who deadlifts, and tosses kettlebells like nothing.
post #269 of 491
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I live near a crosstrain gym, and she looks like one of those broad who deadlifts, and tosses kettlebells like nothing.

Could it be the latest thing in exercise? The cardio-cube or somesuch?

Millenials? What say you?
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Millenials? What say you?

 

This millenial says that exercise is dumb and I will only do it if I'm being paid for it. 

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