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  • Ian Kent
    Some time ago it was a bit of a hit in London. Ian... ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 10 , Jul 3 4:34 PM
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      Some time ago it was a bit of a hit in London.


      Ian...


      On 7/4/06, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
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      > instructors mentioned that a small amount of alcohol heated in a
      > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly cause intoxication,
      > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to ingest ETOH.
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    • donald holcombe
      Ive read accounts of sailors on the old Rum Ships becomig intoxicated by spending time in the hold of a ship in the Tropics. I also have come under the
      Message 2 of 10 , Jul 3 8:46 PM
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        Ive read accounts of sailors on the old Rum Ships becomig intoxicated by spending time in the hold of a ship in the Tropics. I also have come under the influance while painting with laquer sealers in a laundry room to seal smoke damage before painting. Ethanol is the thinner. The effect seemed quite prfound upon going into the fresh air. ?

        Ian Kent <kegscruiser@...> wrote: Some time ago it was a bit of a hit in London.

        Ian...

        On 7/4/06, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
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        > instructors mentioned that a small amount of alcohol heated in a
        > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly cause intoxication,
        > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to ingest ETOH.
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      • donald holcombe
        Another thought. Ethanol goes out through the lungs . It probably doesnt go back in very efficiently .O2 is only absorbed in small amount during each breath .
        Message 3 of 10 , Jul 3 8:56 PM
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          Another thought. Ethanol goes out through the lungs . It probably doesnt go back in very efficiently .O2 is only absorbed in small amount during each breath . Seems maybe only small amounts of alcohal would transfer this way. You would probably hyper ventalate before you could Huff a good jigger full. Would the throatcause a reflux effect making a large long throat more efficiant ? IV is still the fastest way. !

          Ian Kent <kegscruiser@...> wrote: Some time ago it was a bit of a hit in London.

          Ian...

          On 7/4/06, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
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          > instructors mentioned that a small amount of alcohol heated in a
          > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly cause intoxication,
          > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to ingest ETOH.
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        • Andrew Bugal
          Yeah and straight alcohol into the bloodstream would cause some serious and interesting results. Large, long throat? Sounds like my girlfriends. Man I love it
          Message 4 of 10 , Jul 3 10:20 PM
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            Yeah and straight alcohol into the bloodstream would cause some serious and interesting results.

            Large, long throat? Sounds like my girlfriends. Man I love it when you talk dirty.

            Bwyze

            donald holcombe <blackledge_02@...> wrote:
            Another thought. Ethanol goes out through the lungs . It probably doesnt go back in very efficiently .O2 is only absorbed in small amount during each breath . Seems maybe only small amounts of alcohal would transfer this way. You would probably hyper ventalate before you could Huff a good jigger full. Would the throatcause a reflux effect making a large long throat more efficiant ? IV is still the fastest way. !

            Ian Kent <kegscruiser@...> wrote: Some time ago it was a bit of a hit in London.

            Ian...

            On 7/4/06, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
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            > instructors mentioned that a small amount of alcohol heated in a
            > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly cause intoxication,
            > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to ingest ETOH.
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          • Andrew Bugal
            In ye olde days , the argument of ABV and proof was a serious discussion in England. They settled on the proof basis in that if rum leaked from the barrels
            Message 5 of 10 , Jul 3 10:27 PM
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              In "ye olde days", the argument of ABV and proof was a serious discussion in England.

              They settled on the "proof" basis in that if rum leaked from the barrels and wetted the gun powder (rum was stored with the gunpowder under lock and key), the gunpowder would still fire. There was a narrow range of proof that allowed this to happen and it would be tested by wetting gunpowder with rum to ensure it burned. If it did, the rum was "proof" that it was in the legal range.

              No doubt those sailors working below decks on rum ships had their own experiences with "proof".

              Bwyze

              donald holcombe <blackledge_02@...> wrote:
              Ive read accounts of sailors on the old Rum Ships becomig intoxicated by spending time in the hold of a ship in the Tropics. I also have come under the influance while painting with laquer sealers in a laundry room to seal smoke damage before painting. Ethanol is the thinner. The effect seemed quite prfound upon going into the fresh air. ?

              Ian Kent <kegscruiser@...> wrote: Some time ago it was a bit of a hit in London.

              Ian...

              On 7/4/06, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
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              > instructors mentioned that a small amount of alcohol heated in a
              > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly cause intoxication,
              > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to ingest ETOH.
              >
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            • Link D'Antoni
              Try this site... Alcohol Machine... yes, its inhaled. http://www.awolmachine.com/page-2.htm No, I have not tried it. Link ...
              Message 6 of 10 , Jul 4 4:38 AM
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                Try this site...
                Alcohol Machine... yes, its inhaled.

                http://www.awolmachine.com/page-2.htm

                No, I have not tried it.

                Link

                --- Larry <larry@...> wrote:

                >
                > >One of our instructors mentioned that a small
                > amount of alcohol heated in a
                > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly
                > cause intoxication,
                > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to
                > ingest ETOH.
                >
                > It was all over the TV news in Texas about a year
                > ago... Apparently clubs
                > were opening in some other state which specialized
                > in this form of alcohol
                > intake, and there was some question about them
                > serving minors, or about
                > what would happen legally, if they started serving
                > minors.
                >
                > Since it didn't involve consuming alcohol, in the
                > conventional sense, storm
                > clouds were coming up about whether these bars could
                > bypass existing liquor
                > laws, they way they were written.
                >
                > I assume it worked, or it wouldn't have made news on
                > a national level.
                >
                > I've never heard another peep about it since then,
                > though, so there must be
                > a reason that every bar in Texas isn't boosting
                > their sales with Inhaling
                > Masks on hoses by now.
                >
                >


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              • mampoer_boer
                Just shorten your condensor and suck on your still Ha I have it all sorted ;-) Mampoer Boer ... discussion in England. ... barrels and wetted the gun powder
                Message 7 of 10 , Jul 6 8:22 AM
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                  Just shorten your condensor and suck on your still
                  Ha I have it all sorted ;-)

                  Mampoer Boer

                  --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Andrew Bugal <bwyze44@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > In "ye olde days", the argument of ABV and proof was a serious
                  discussion in England.
                  >
                  > They settled on the "proof" basis in that if rum leaked from the
                  barrels and wetted the gun powder (rum was stored with the gunpowder
                  under lock and key), the gunpowder would still fire. There was a
                  narrow range of proof that allowed this to happen and it would be
                  tested by wetting gunpowder with rum to ensure it burned. If it did,
                  the rum was "proof" that it was in the legal range.
                  >
                  > No doubt those sailors working below decks on rum ships had their
                  own experiences with "proof".
                  >
                  > Bwyze
                  >
                  > donald holcombe <blackledge_02@...> wrote:
                  > Ive read accounts of sailors on the old Rum Ships becomig
                  intoxicated by spending time in the hold of a ship in the Tropics. I
                  also have come under the influance while painting with laquer sealers
                  in a laundry room to seal smoke damage before painting. Ethanol is the
                  thinner. The effect seemed quite prfound upon going into the fresh air. ?
                  >
                  > Ian Kent <kegscruiser@...> wrote: Some time ago it was a bit of a
                  hit in London.
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                  > Ian...
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                  > On 7/4/06, Larry <larry@...> wrote:
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                  > > instructors mentioned that a small amount of alcohol heated in a
                  > > >sealed flask and then inhaled would theoritecaly cause intoxication,
                  > > >bypass the liver, and be the healthiest way to ingest ETOH.
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