I believe that President Skroob has been using this for a while.
A dynamic duo from Canada have claimed to have made thousands of dollars by selling cans full of air online. Moses Lam and Troy Paquette of Alberta, Canada said in an interview with the CBC that they began their business selling ziplock bags of air collected from the Canadian Rockies mountain range just for a laugh. But when …
I was told by a first hand witness that you can in fact buy oxygen when the high Andes train in Peru stops at 20,000 feet or so. The guy noted that if you didn't have the oxygen supplied, you would faint away if you stood up and walked around.
As for canned air, and selling it, I wish our neighbors to the north a great deal of success. The idea seems similar to Pet Rocks, and they made their inventors a good piece of change.
"I was told by a first hand witness that you can in fact buy oxygen when the high Andes train in Peru stops at 20,000 feet or so. The guy noted that if you didn't have the oxygen supplied, you would faint away if you stood up and walked around."
What utter bullshit! The Cuzco-Puno line rises to a maximum elevation of 14,150ft.
Yes, you can buy oxygen but I would doubt its quality and, anyway, you don't need it. If you have problems with breathing the best solution is a nice coca-leaf maté.
Finally, as for fainting when you stand up and walk, someone's yanking your todger.
>winter Olympic athletes
You mean those hyper active athletes who do curling? Oddly enough I find this "sport" fascinating and it's the only winter sport I can watch, the rest are rather dull in comparison. What's so clever about going down hill on a slippery snow covered slope or ice run? Go uphill and I might be impressed. Or whacking a puck with a stick? Our schoolgirls do that and are far more dangerous.
As for the safety dance, I always felt it would be safer if they'd been men with hats.
Has nobody thought of the premium air market? Much like the premium water market where Perrier vies with Evian, graded air from specific parts of the world could be used to clean keyboards and computer equipment better than other types of air. "Collected by the abbots at one of Frances oldest sources of air" for instance.
>But she never goes to toilet
Nevertheless, she apparently spends a lot of time sat on the throne.
So much so that I believe congratulations will soon be in order, a few more days and she'll be the longest leeching British monarch of all time. Maybe then she'll abdicate and give Charley a chance.
"So much so that I believe congratulations will soon be in order, a few more days and she'll be the longest leeching British monarch of all time. Maybe then she'll abdicate and give Charley a chance."
Thing is, English tradition demands she serve for life (and life in this case means life). And the monarchy are supposed to be upholders of tradition. As I understand it, the English monarchy tend to prefer regencies.
Except the air around Banff for most of August has been slightly worse than the air in downtown Beijing. There are huge fires burning in northern Washington State, and the prevailing winds have been carrying the smoke north-east into the Rockies.
Thanks to some welcome rain hereabouts, the smoke has cleared a lot this week, but take a look at http://firesmoke.ca/forecasts/BSC00WC04/current/# to get the general idea.
Makes me think of doing something like this, along the lines of Peckham Spring Water perhaps but with air, I have a nice compressor at home so I can sell high pressure air to rejuvenate your home and make it smell of spring freshness, Ideal for those trying to sell their homes! (I do wonder if BBC sold off the prop bottles for that episode).
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