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Frozen snot rockets

Old 02-08-10, 08:04 PM
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Frozen snot rockets

Do your snot rockets ever freeze on their way to the ground?

I ask this only of bona fide cyclists. Pretenders need not reply.
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Old 02-08-10, 08:05 PM
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Hah, amateur... it is so cold my snot freezes in place.
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It would have to be really cold. Read Jack London.
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It would have to be really cold. Read Jack London.
That's a good story, haven't read it in a long time (like high school 28 years ago). Figured then and now that's all I ever need to know about freezing to death.
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It would have to be really cold. Read Jack London.
Been there.

Minus 20 F below will do it.

Frozen snot inside the nose HURTS.
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