Monday, April 18, 2005

Don't Leave Earth Without It

via VodkaPundit, a reminder on the anniversary of the Apollo 13 landing of the great utility of Duct Tape. This was not the only time it came in useful, either.

You stick it together with duct tape, you unstick it with WD-40. With those two fundamental building blocks of the universe you can do ANYTHING.

4 Comments:

Blogger Barb said...

My friend Rob (just back after a little trip to the Sandbox with the WA Nat. Guard) says in the WANG they call it 100-mile-an-hour tape !

9:09 PM, April 18, 2005  
Blogger Sgt. B. said...

Duct tape is like the Force... It has a light side, a dark side, and binds the galaxy together...

2:06 PM, April 20, 2005  
Blogger jinxmedic bob said...

100-mile-an-hour tape, huh?

I have seen it hold together a KC-135 at well over 500 miles-an-hour, at altitudes above 35,000 feet, and then fly from Colorado to California, and then the next day back from California to Maryland. (it did take a phon-in waiver to do that, and thank goodness we didn't fly through any WD-40 rainstorms....)

5:56 AM, September 12, 2005  
Anonymous Dylan Batz said...

Thanks!! I think Ill return in the near future

5:46 AM, December 17, 2005  

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