Getting out of jail....

Dental Floss and Ajax..... no foolin..... ID channel. LOL!!!!
Should hire these guys as machinists, eh?? Tool'n'Die makers.... LOL
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Existential Angst
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Do you have any idea what you are referring to?
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Cross-Slide
He's talking about breaking out of jail using dental floss and ajax cleaning powder to cut through cell or window bars.
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Dave__67
He's talking about breaking out of jail using dental floss and ajax cleaning powder to cut through cell or window bars. =======================================
Mebbe the water jet people could get a hint, and save some money using Ajax, Comet, etc.
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Existential Angst
Some people suppliment thier diet with the stuff. Saw a show about on TLC earlier this year.
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"A Redford woman has a "strange" addiction: Eating Comet household cleanser.
Crystal, who has not revealed her last name, recently appeared on the TLC show "My Strange Addiction," which is about exactly what the title describes: Everyday people with odd, sometimes disturbing, fascinations with dangerous practices.
There's the woman who eats toilet paper and the woman who sleeps with a hair dryer running. Browsing through TLC's site, Crystal's Comet addiction is one of the more remarkable.
"I first started using the cleanser to clean with, and I would start smelling it and it would actually start to make my mouth water," Crystal said on the program (you can watch a video preview here). "I like the texture. Kind of grainy...like having sand in your mouth. And I like the taste."
The addiction eventually destroyed her teeth, and a Royal Oak dentist was contacted by TLC to provide dental work.
Fox 2 caught up with Crystal after the program aired on December 30, who said that she thought she was "cleaning herself out" after suffering physical and sexual abuse as a child. For months, Dr. Demi Kazanis worked to restore Crystal's mouth.
"I feel better physically. You have no idea what bad teeth can do to your physical health, very detrimental. I look better. I speak better," Crystal said."
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Black Dragon
So, does this mean if I drink Drano, that I can get my teeth fixed for free? Such a Deal!
Thanks, Rich
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Rich Grise

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