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Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by Ginnyp on 23 November 2007 10:27pm
 
I think poo will be the next big thing! The family car can be run on poo and you can run a 4x4 with a big family. Take the bacteria out and you've got a good supply of water and fibre plus immunity from diseases you never thought possible.

Big Poo? Mr Brown is at the window.
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by mrsthing on 24 November 2007 3:43am
 
Most of the people in government are so full of "poo" they could probably feed the entire world for a year!
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by Lounge Trekker on 24 November 2007 4:09am
 
In the east of Canada, in 'La Belle Province', the Quebecois are way ahead of their time. Ostensibly, it is comprised of fries with gravy and cheese, but they call it pootine.

I wonder what is really in pootine?

Lounge Promenadier
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by mrsthing on 24 November 2007 8:09pm
 
I had Pootine in Quebec a few years back. That brown gravy really grossed me out. I'll bet there was more than just pan drippings and flour in it! ;-)
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by Lounge Trekker on 24 November 2007 9:00pm
 
I've not had poutine in a 'restaurant'. If I'm in a restaurant in which fries are something I'd order, I wouldn't expect the gravy to be of very high quality. I have done it at home with real gravy and nice cheese on home cooked fries and it was great.

It was a lot of effort to make a high quality fast food item.

Lounge Diner
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by Ginnyp on 27 November 2007 1:52am
 
100 tons of palatable material would require more than 100 tons of poo. However the stinking, festering mixture will provide methane and some heat. Not to worry, there's an infinite supply of poo (of different qualities)
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by mrsthing on 27 November 2007 4:27am
 
Methane's bad for global warming (or good, depending on how you look at it). Can we recapture the gases and turn them into something useful, or at least harmless?

Mrs. Chemist Thing
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by Lounge Trekker on 27 November 2007 4:54am
 
OK! Let's put our heads together, your pretty head and my scruffy one, and think of possible solutions.

If our civilization must drive cars, there could be a methane intake conducting the foul emissions to a condensor, then into the fuel.

Hmmm...balloons would work for pedestrians, but wouldn't be discreet enough and may be uncomfortable to sit on. A tube could conduct the gas to a reservoir located in a discreet location on the body. A large degree of flatulence will be hard to hide, so...men like big pecs, and ladies may want to augment their breast size, so a possible location would be the chest. A variety of container shapes and sizes could be made available.

Any other ideas?

Lounge Inventor
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by Ginnyp on 27 November 2007 12:57pm
 
Yes, but what if your methane supply was dislodged and you ended up with a massive beergut or pregnancy? 'Do not use a naked flame'?
 
Re: Solution to the Japanese whale hunt issue by mrsthing on 28 November 2007 2:24am
 
Hmmm...yes, we'd have to eliminate the possibility of blow-back. That, and guys saying to one another, "Yo, dude looks like a lady!" And women cattily saying to one another, "Are those real or did you eat beans for lunch?"
 
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