[CrackMonkey] Krazy glue and plastics
Seth David Schoen
schoen at loyalty.org
Wed Jan 26 16:35:41 PST 2000
Monkey Master writes:
> begin Seth David Schoen quotation:
> > I noticed by accident a couple of weeks ago that adding Krazy(R) glue
> > (ethyl cyanoacrylate) to a certain plastic bag caused it to catch fire
> > instantly.
> 2 4 6 8, time to disambiguate!
> Antecedent of "it", please.
It is a deliberate ambiguity. I don't know whether the plastic bag
caught fire or whether the Krazy glue caught fire.
> > I don't remember what kind of plastic bag it was, though, and it
> > doesn't work with any of the bags I have here at the moment (mostly
> > HDPE).
> Do you perhaps remember where it came from? Was it clear or
> white or blue or what? Was it thick or thin? More malleable or more
Nope, I don't remember.
> Did it prefer opera or jazz?
That's a sticky question.
> > Krazy(R) is a registered trademark of Elmer's Products, Inc.
> But only in the context of adhesives.
> Time to write some KrazyWare!
According to the USPTO Combined Marks search, "Krazy" is a registered
trademark of other people in other fields. Krazy!
Look, I managed to use "cynoacrylate" in a message that wasn't about
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