View Single Post
#11
Old 07-19-2002, 05:47 PM
Guest
Join Date: Oct 2000
Location: Yes
Posts: 20,327
Quote:
I don't ever recall making any explosives with bleach at all.
Bleach breaks down into chlorate. Chlorate is a powerful oxidizer, and is used in a variety of pyrotechnic and explosive devices.
Best Topics: scarves mufflers heinlein virginia edition carbon zinc glue for neoprene grout mix ratio naeir scam neosporin band aids floating holiday definition volkswagen farfegnugen mercury pools diwali sai kowtow disolving gum five gallon hats 3rd derivative lotrimin vs lamisil throat lozenger smallest desert eagle poe busts glenda cloud 9 foot ceiling hells angel hammer freud cartoons fuchikoma vs tachikoma chingaderas vs tacos scrod vs cod equal sticker meaning eyepatch dog laden name meaning civ building games gg allin's daughter hit on someone mens room door aquariums on tv thumb up ass can i cut a skin tag off with nail clippers what does voldemort mean lethal dose of acetaminophen ice container for freezer is podiatry school hard bone fone for sale chicken wing tips recipe can an american be knighted bobbi brown makeup counter makeover es oh si que es where can i bury my cat how many stamps from us to uk can i connect a keyboard to my lg smart tv how to pronounce ng in vietnamese how to locate steam game files great dane chihuahua mix puppies dollar bill serial number game how much does a 5.56 round weight how to hang yourselves with a belt how do pickles have zero calories water under the house hair pores on face how to use a checkbook cover water coming out of my exhaust pipe lesbians talking dirty during sex sick in the morning male car horn blowing on its own sending checks through the mail how to clean mouse droppings from fabric how to make a rapier non bluetooth wireless earbuds where to buy astroglide anti-tailgating device