Georgia Woman Glued to Toilet Seat

Dec 11, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NBC Miami

Investigators say no other person entered the bathroom with enough time to glue the seats.

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Good God, I hope it wasn't Maria.
And good thing it is not at your house.
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Did she at least have a good boom boom? Did she wash her hands?
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Did she flush before being rescued?
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I hope she ate a couple of big messy burritos earlier in the day. How did she explain the sex toys and chains in her bag?

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super glue is instant dry .... so how , any thing else she can feel and pull her butt up
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Super glue, Locktite contact, Krazy glue whatever brand, it is all cyanoacrylate. It is not instant drying. It only sets up after pressure is applied. It does not "dry" until it is pressed in between two surfaces. Next time you use it pay attention to it. It stays liquid until you press the objects being glued together and then it hardens instantly.

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so this is a lie.....?????

Instant Krazy Glue | Strong Super Glue Products
www.krazyglue.com Cached
Super glue that is krazy strong, krazy fast. It works in as little as 30 seconds, forming an extremely strong bond on all kinds of surfaces.

damn I thought 30 seconds was fast

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and when I was at kodak.........

Cyanoacrylates include methyl 2-cyanoacrylate, ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate (commonly sold under trade names such as "Super Glue" and "Krazy Glue"), n-butyl cyanoacrylate and 2-octyl cyanoacrylate (used in medical, veterinary and first aid applications). Octyl cyanoacrylate was developed to address toxicity concerns and to reduce skin irritation and allergic response. Cyanoacrylate adhesives are sometimes known generically as instant glues or superglues (although "Super Glue" is a trade name).[1] The abbreviation "CA" is commonly used for industrial grades.

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now the glue in the open air dries in seconds
PERIOD.....pressure no pressure

geeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ze

INFO: 1969 had a 1958 Impala 409 convertible and thought how great it would be to glue the wiper arm to the linkage..worked however we could not get it apart later .....

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Oh good grief.
Must every thread become a plssing contest with you guys? What the ell difference does it make? Someones a** is stuck on stupid. The other one is stuck on 'I'm smarter than you'.
Makes me wanna slap the wind out of both of you.
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yes he agrees again .... love the icons

why do kids think they invented everything ,

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so this is a lie.....?????
Instant Krazy Glue | Strong Super Glue Products
www.krazyglue.com Cached
Super glue that is krazy strong, krazy fast. It works in as little as 30 seconds, forming an extremely strong bond on all kinds of surfaces.
damn I thought 30 seconds was fast
Reread it..."in as little as..." It doesn't mean it always is that fast. It depends on the amount used and the materials involved. I've had to hold pieces for as long as 5 minutes before it set. That is how it is with some plastics.

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now the glue in the open air dries in seconds
PERIOD.....pressure no pressure
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INFO: 1969 had a 1958 Impala 409 convertible and thought how great it would be to glue the wiper arm to the linkage..worked however we could not get it apart later .....
No, a large pool of it won't dry in seconds.

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Read the fine print wrote:
<quoted text>In 30 seconds after pressure is applied. Read the box, days so right on it.
Thank you!!!!!!

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<quoted text>He is famous for doing this. Anyone can twist words to suit their agenda. He hates being proven wrong. Don't get worked up. It's not worth it.
Even when you try to help the guy he goes off on a tirade he is completely nuts. Just found another thing he knows nothing about but is convinced is an erudite authority on.

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and when I was at kodak.........
Cyanoacrylates include methyl 2-cyanoacrylate, ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate (commonly sold under trade names such as "Super Glue" and "Krazy Glue"), n-butyl cyanoacrylate and 2-octyl cyanoacrylate (used in medical, veterinary and first aid applications). Octyl cyanoacrylate was developed to address toxicity concerns and to reduce skin irritation and allergic response. Cyanoacrylate adhesives are sometimes known generically as instant glues or superglues (although "Super Glue" is a trade name).[1] The abbreviation "CA" is commonly used for industrial grades.
Yes, this explains some of the conflicting reports about toxicity. I remember watching an old rescue show where the doctors said it was very dangerous (and they didn't mean just in the eyes). So it has to be one of the older related compounds they encountered.

Even the common household stuff can react with chemicals and give off an exothermic reaction. Don't pour any on slacks you are wearing, since you might end up with burns. Jeans should be no problem, however, though you wouldn't want to wear them in public after getting glue on them.

And it is good for first aid uses, and missionaries will take plenty with them. Using cyanoacrylate to seal wounds is better than going to a hospital that is contaminated with HIV or MRSA for sutures.

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No, a large pool of it won't dry in seconds.
Just for the sake of it being said. Cyanoacrylate adhesives technically don't dry, they cure. Drying means that a carrier liquid is being evaporated, thus leaving behind a solid binder. These adhesives cure meaning they change there physical properties when subjected to certain chemical or environmental conditions.Nothing is being removed. It is similar to how cement or epoxies work. Cement does not really "dry" because the water is not being removed. That is why large cement pours have to be kept wet while they cure. I'm not saying anything more about it. I'm bored but not bored enough to go on much more about glue.

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<quoted text>He is famous for doing this. Anyone can twist words to suit their agenda. He hates being proven wrong. Don't get worked up. It's not worth it.
Oh there it goes. Before I replied you had agree marks and then as soon as I posted you have negative marks. Looks like loony tunes went right to work on the judge marks.

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<quoted text>He is famous for doing this. Anyone can twist words to suit their agenda. He hates being proven wrong. Don't get worked up. It's not worth it.
you are in so much trouble. Ferrerman has spent countless hours trolling spotted girl and you have spent countless hours sniffing ferrerman. Ferrerman won't be happy about this post that you made trying to be nice to her. I'm telling him. Now get over to the blog and tell everyone how much you hate her and Tally. Swear off that alcohol little lady.

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Reread it..."in as little as..." It doesn't mean it always is that fast. It depends on the amount used and the materials involved. I've had to hold pieces for as long as 5 minutes before it set. That is how it is with some plastics.
do me a favor don't tell me something I worked with...

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Spotted Girl wrote:
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No, a large pool of it won't dry in seconds.
if you can't see a pool then why do i have to lift the seat

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