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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-26-2015, 11:10 AM
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Just to keep derailing the thread, they don't sell ferrets there? I guess the US is weird that we sell so many pets.

The thread is gonna end up in a river and kill 10 people. Too soon? Okay frown.gif

Anyway, ferrets are actually banned as pets here in Singapore, along with chewing gum and a huge list of other things :/

People keep chewing gum for pets?

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Weird.

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People keep chewing gum for pets?

Not really, no, just chewing gum in general wheee.gif
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Where would I get a ferret from in Singapore...

At least with rats I can just capture one from the dumpsters at night.
Yeah, let me just go flood my walls with water and go find myself a microdolphin to pull my cables for me.



Because, that would be amazing

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Yeah, let me just go flood my walls with water and go find myself a microdolphin to pull my cables for me.
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Because, that would be amazing

A microdolphin swimming around in glass walls would look amazing, -sigh- time to change my walls to glass now.

Speaking of which, I just googled for that and it's an actual product, I wouldn't recommend using it to pull cables though.
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It seems like water and wiring would be a bad mix. If you have water filled glass walls, how would you install outlets? So many problems to solve here. I guess this is a moot point if we can't figure out how to engineer micro-dolphins though.

Edit: DON'T google micro-dolphin if you're at work... or your mother is standing next to you... or your wife. Wait. Maybe it's okay if your wife is. It depends on how fun your wife is.
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It seems like water and wiring would be a bad mix. If you have water filled glass walls, how would you install outlets? So many problems to solve here. I guess this is a moot point if we can't figure out how to engineer micro-dolphins though.

Edit: DON'T google micro-dolphin if you're at work... or your mother is standing next to you... or your wife. Wait. Maybe it's okay if your wife is. It depends on how fun your wife is.

Waterproof cabling? Maybe a 16amp c-form can run out from the wall, that would be cool, until a voltage leak happens along with a water leak and you step on a puddle.

Moral of the story: Microdolphins are not safe for work.
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