Georgia Woman Glued to Toilet Seat

Georgia Woman Glued to Toilet Seat

There are 74 comments on the NBC Miami story from Dec 11, 2013, titled Georgia Woman Glued to Toilet Seat. In it, NBC Miami reports that:

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

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Stick It

Fair Lawn, NJ

#46 Dec 12, 2013
The 911 operator that was called told her to sit tight until help arrived.
Take off

Livonia, NY

#47 Dec 13, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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.
You used Wikipedia at Kodak way back then? I guess you guys were ahead of your time.

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#48 Dec 13, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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do me a favor don't tell me something I worked with...
I've worked with it too, so fair is fair.

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#49 Dec 13, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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if you can't see a pool then why do i have to lift the seat
Well, hopefully the entire bowl isn't full of glue.
Grace Nerissa

Dublin, Ireland

#50 Dec 13, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
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Only if you use just a drop. Larger surfaces can take several minutes to dry. However, this was Loctite, an even stronger glue, so I can't help but wonder if this was self-inflicted, such as for attention or a lawsuit racket.
It's taking time to get to the bottom of it:)

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#51 Dec 13, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
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It's taking time to get to the bottom of it:)
LOL! At least nobody put road tar on the seat, or we'd be blaming someone's bottom. You know, asphalt?

(Yes, I know that road tar and asphalt are technically two different substances, and that tar is more suitable for patchwork than paving.)

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#52 Dec 13, 2013
listen please don't you all be stupid , i hve never denied that pressing two pieces together create bonding... how in the hell would you get the pieces together.....

I use the web for info idiot.... Kodak re-discovered K-910 ... but it was unsafe to the careless user , because back then it wasn't water-soluble .... FEDS said make it so [water-soluble] so hence it became useless
to Kodak and they sold it

what I'm saying the glue is a fast drying doesn't just lie in a pool ......

read your own label said use either rapid/quickly why because glue will dry before you marry the pieces

Skin Contact

Fingers can get stuck together using an epoxy glue like Krazy Glue and they are impossible to pull apart. Use nail polish remover with acetone to break down the bond. "Soak the bonded area in warm, soapy water. Carefully peel or roll the skin apart gently and slowly,"according to the Krazy Glue website. Skin contact can cause burning, irritation and itchiness.

too bad you aren't old enough
get a life and pick another fight

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#53 Dec 13, 2013
And it isn't water soluble. Water actually makes it cure faster. And yes, a pool of it will sit there for 5-10 minutes. The fast bonding depends on how thin it is spread out.
The Husband

Huntington, NY

#54 Dec 13, 2013
That's nothing, sometimes my wife is glued to the phone for over three hours!!!!

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#55 Dec 13, 2013
Spotted Girl wrote:
And it isn't water soluble. Water actually makes it cure faster. And yes, a pool of it will sit there for 5-10 minutes. The fast bonding depends on how thin it is spread out.
This crazy invention bonded with anything it contacted. Harry Coover accidentally invented a glue while working for Eastman Kodak.

He was experimenting with various adhesives to make plastic lenses for rifle sights.

He created a substance that was impossible to work with because it stuck to everything.

It wasn't any good for making lenses but "cyanoacrylate" was an amazing glue. You could glue something instantly.

The bond was also very strong and permanent.

The glue was originally known as "Flash Glue" and then as "Eastman 910" adhesive, which was patented in 1958.

If you don't have acetone handy, have a little patience! Soak the bonded area in warm, soapy water. Carefully peel or roll the skin apart gently and slowly. DO NOT PULL APART, Instant Krazy GlueŽ creates a VERY strong bond that's nearly impossible to break by pulling straight up and down. If you gently roll the skin, you will gradually diminish the bonds between the Instant Krazy GlueŽ molecules themselves and be able to get your fingers apart.

it isn't huh....... she who worked with it

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#56 Dec 13, 2013
info: Instructions

1

Rinse area thoroughly with warm water and hand soap to loosen crazy glue.
2

Gently scrub with a toothbrush or dry cloth to remove glue.
3

Dry area completely and inspect for additional glue particles. Repeat process until all glue has been removed.
4

Use nail-polish remover (one that contains acetone) to remove glue particles that cannot be removed with warm water and soap alone. Place a small amount of nail-polish remover on a cotton swab and gently move the swab over the area. Wash the area with warm water to remove nail-polish-remover residue.

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#57 Dec 13, 2013
info: literally half an hour ago I was super gluing together my broken binder and the glue was being stubborn, so i squeezed a little harder and half of the tube came out and instantly dried -- on my pants. it soaked through and stuck to my leg,

a case report

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#58 Dec 13, 2013
info : Remove Super Glue from Skin
For fingers and most body parts, you can remove the adhesive by soaking the skin in warm water and then slowly peeling away the glue. You can use a fingernail, credit card, spoon, or pencil to help push the skin apart. Don't aggressively pull stuck skin apart because your skin is more likely to tear than to detach from the glue using this method. If necessary, apply a small amount of acetone using a cotton swab. Since acetone is toxic, avoid using it if possible, and then only use the smallest amount needed to remove the glue.

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#59 Dec 13, 2013
Will it stick to the urine in this thread? I don't know why guys have to engage in urinary skill competitions.

“If it ain't broke don't fix it”

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Arcadia, LA.

#60 Dec 13, 2013
What was Ferret doing in Georgia?

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#61 Dec 13, 2013
dragoon70056 wrote:
What was Ferret doing in Georgia?
looking for new ways to tap the disability system or he hit Georgia on his way to meet up with the portland poster..San Francisco's gay parade is coming up

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#62 Dec 13, 2013
TeeHeeDoofus wrote:
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looking for new ways to tap the disability system or he hit Georgia on his way to meet up with the portland poster..San Francisco's gay parade is coming up
Bwahahahahahaha!

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#63 Dec 13, 2013
tallyho wrote:
info : Remove Super Glue from Skin
For fingers and most body parts, you can remove the adhesive by soaking the skin in warm water and then slowly peeling away the glue. You can use a fingernail, credit card, spoon, or pencil to help push the skin apart. Don't aggressively pull stuck skin apart because your skin is more likely to tear than to detach from the glue using this method. If necessary, apply a small amount of acetone using a cotton swab. Since acetone is toxic, avoid using it if possible, and then only use the smallest amount needed to remove the glue.
You can buy oily nail polish remover (the kind for glue on nails) and it won't be so hard on your skin. Acetone will melt synthetic fibers (Nylon for instance) so unless your trousers are denim/cotton don't try to use it on them.:)

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#65 Dec 13, 2013
Melody_E wrote:
<quoted text> You can buy oily nail polish remover (the kind for glue on nails) and it won't be so hard on your skin. Acetone will melt synthetic fibers (Nylon for instance) so unless your trousers are denim/cotton don't try to use it on them.:)
understand that , thanks , but K910 was in testing stages back then and as you can read it was instant stick ... so consumer safety was coming into play and water soluble
was a fed mandate... it dried in seconds .. that is what may it dangerous ..... water was used to clean surfaces to be glued.. not to set it up... and 4oz bottles don't leave a puddles .... thanks for the info....btw house hold bleach is the same as pool shock/ and acetate is the same as wart remover/ paint remover caustic soda is draino i was a formula mixer at Kodak... and like cooking the smaller the amount the bigger value to the formula

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#67 Dec 13, 2013
dem wrote:
<quoted text>I thought you were a judge? Now you're a Kodak employee? Make up your fkn mind.
we thot you were a man. oh well

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