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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Wait what, this isn't a farting thread!?! :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvMuVix0oCo
    Air born particulate contamination thread. I would think farts would more than qualify!
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    Farts like this might destroy a Mac, but a PC can handle it with no problems.
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    This is a lot of posts for a TECH thread. I'm sure Ginger will be pleased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    It is okay to ask the lumpy fart question here, right? I mean, it's a Tech Thread.
    And I'm a chemist. Not a biochemist; those cheese-heads are worthless. Back to your question as far as I can understand it from your somewhat incoherent posts:

    Yes, intestinal gases contain VOCs, as does fecal matter. While the VOCs in cig smoke residue are unpleasant, they have no magical powers to "infect" people. The VOCs in rear gas are also unpleasant but the "lumpy" residue you speak of is riddled with disease organisms just itching for an opportunity to cause anything from mild nausea through flesh-eating necrosis.

    I hope this helps and it would void your warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    And I'm a chemist. Not a biochemist; those cheese-heads are worthless. Back to your question as far as I can understand it from your somewhat incoherent posts:

    Yes, intestinal gases contain VOCs, as does fecal matter. While the VOCs in cig smoke residue are unpleasant, they have no magical powers to "infect" people. The VOCs in rear gas are also unpleasant but the "lumpy" residue you speak of is riddled with disease organisms just itching for an opportunity to cause anything from mild nausea through flesh-eating necrosis.

    I hope this helps and it would void your warranty.
    Whoa! Now thats Tech! :eek::D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    And I'm a chemist. Not a biochemist; those cheese-heads are worthless. Back to your question as far as I can understand it from your somewhat incoherent posts:

    Yes, intestinal gases contain VOCs, as does fecal matter. While the VOCs in cig smoke residue are unpleasant, they have no magical powers to "infect" people. The VOCs in rear gas are also unpleasant but the "lumpy" residue you speak of is riddled with disease organisms just itching for an opportunity to cause anything from mild nausea through flesh-eating necrosis.

    I hope this helps and it would void your warranty.

    Dang. Only somewhat incoherent. I was going for bull-moose looney. But it's early.

    My warranty has probably run out anyway. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Whoa! Now thats Tech! :eek::D
    Sure is. Ginger is tech savvy.

    She didn't even do a Back to the OP reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    And I'm a chemist. Not a biochemist; those cheese-heads are worthless. Back to your question as far as I can understand it from your somewhat incoherent posts:

    Yes, intestinal gases contain VOCs, as does fecal matter. While the VOCs in cig smoke residue are unpleasant, they have no magical powers to "infect" people. The VOCs in rear gas are also unpleasant but the "lumpy" residue you speak of is riddled with disease organisms just itching for an opportunity to cause anything from mild nausea through flesh-eating necrosis.

    I hope this helps and it would void your warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    Sure is. Ginger is tech savvy.

    She didn't even do a Back to the OP reference.
    You want to Mod this madness? You learn to roll with the punches. :D
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