Well, I just did something real stupid.
I noticed there was a small hole in one of the studs in the garage where I keep my bike that would just fit the u-potion of my Kryptonite U-Lock. So I slip it through, lock it up, go about my day. And I hate how they make those keys so tiny...(you can see where I'm going with this).
Anyway, my bike is now stuck to the wall. I suppose I could use a hacksaw to get it out of the stud, but then I have a lock banging around on my bike. I thought perhaps a hydraulic jack could get it off, but because of the u-bend, I wasn't sure if the end would catch properly.
A college friend suggested he could get some liquid nitrogen, immerse the lock in it, and hit it with a hammer a few times. I had heard that kryptonite locks were designed to be resistant against this type of attack for anti-theft purposes, and the thought of some of the LN dripping onto my frame gives me chills (...You'll get it ).
What would be the most efficient way of popping this thing off?