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Bubs86
- user joined since October 3, 2008
11 questions asked by this user
221 answers given by this user

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How do you play squash, how do you score it?
In squash, sport - asked by Bubs86 - 1 answer - 9 years ago
If a website comes up with the below error, what are the likely causes of the problem and when can I access the site?
In IT - asked by Bubs86 - 2 answers - 9 years ago
Do slimming groups such as weightwatchers actually work?
In weight loss, groups - asked by Bubs86 - 2 answers - 9 years ago
What is the ideal age to breed a syrian hamster?
In syrian, hamster, breeding - asked by Bubs86 - 1 answer - 9 years ago
If you touch the metal railway tracks (that the train wheels sit on) will you get electricuted?
In railway tracks, electricity - asked by Bubs86 - 3 answers - 9 years ago

Answers

I would say lighting any spirit would remove a lot of the alcohol content. I would also be wary of inhaling the smoke because you are taking it into your lungs and you don't know what chemicals in the alcohol could react with your lungs.

I would suggest doing this regularly could be as dangerous as smoking. I would also be reluctant to try it because inhaling the alcohol will make it go into your blood stream more quickly and potentially in a purer for without all the nasties being removed from your liver and kidneys.

With the alcohol being absorbed quicker into you blood stream you wont know what affect this will have on your senses and your usual alcohol limit may not apply, feeling more drunk more quickly. This is fine at home but not on a night out.

The only thing semi similar to this I have heard of is flamin sambukas, which have resulted in nasty accidents when people forget to blow out the flame!!

Out of curiosity did you try it and what was it like? Message me if you dont want other lycos people judging! ;-)


Go To Question - asked by Bubs86 - 0 replies - 9 years ago

I believe in evolution and know it is still going on today. but I dont think science will ever pinpoint exactly all the changes made over time, how or why they happend. Because we werent there it is impossible to tell all the facts just ideas taken from studying fossels from across the ages.

What common beliefs are wrong?


Go To Question - asked by Bubs86 - 0 replies - 9 years ago

I guess you could see someone who looks fairly plain and boring and guess their name is something boring like John or Peter. Or you could see someone who looks a bit modern and crazy and guess their name is Sky or Storm. But that would be very stereotypical. I would suggest if you want to know someones name just ask, it is more reliable than guessing!


Go To Question - asked by Bubs86 - 0 replies - 9 years ago

He is in his right to refuse, but will it not cause more problems than it is worth? Plus the customers may be more likely to buy if they are offered extra customer service such as a free tea or coffee?


Go To Question - asked by Bubs86 - 0 replies - 9 years ago

The current economic situation has been caused by banks taking too big a risks for too long. While the banks were being successful and making a lot of money for their customers and themselves and shares were going up nobody complained. Everyone knew the banks were taking bigger and bigger risks and while the dice rolled thier way made a lot of people big bucks from it.

The laws of probabilty tell us that one day the dice will roll the other way and it is not until then that people will react. It is all very well in hindsight to blame people working in banks and at the stoke exchange but it doesnt do anyone any good to place blame.

Having such a rash reaction as to start closing down the stok exchange or economies from trading will make the situation worse not better. As soon as banks start building up their capital and lending and investing on a more secure and sensible basis the economy will slowly recover and hopefully the current crisis will be remended for years to come and people will invest more sensibly in the future and not be so greedy!


Go To Question - asked by Bubs86 - 0 replies - 9 years ago