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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

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Gives the steel more carbon
LOL

I would bet big money the worker will soon be incorporated into your IKEA furniture posts, hinges and fasteners and your WALMART toasters, silverware and kitchen accessories. At least the guy's body displaces some of the radioactive or toxic industrial waste the Chinese usually incorporate into and/or disguise as consumer products.

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

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FTS there are better less painful ways to go on your terms
The heat needed to render steel a liquid in considerably higher than the temperature needed to set flesh on fire. Im sure his brain would have instantly exploded from all the fluids becoming high pressure steam in an instant.
About as quick of a death as jumping off of a 10 story building and landing head first onto the pavement.

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How on Earth would they remove his remains (if any)? I mean, that's a lot of good steel gone to waste, otherwise..

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

i guess he got a little HOT under the collar

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

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How on Earth would they remove his remains (if any)? I mean, that's a lot of good steel gone to waste, otherwise..
Guess they could just let it cool a bit before scraping off all the carbon that settled on top with a shovel

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

He probably boiled instantly, hopefully it was quick and painless.

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

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The heat needed to render steel a liquid in considerably higher than the temperature needed to set flesh on fire. Im sure his brain would have instantly exploded from all the fluids becoming high pressure steam in an instant.
About as quick of a death as jumping off of a 10 story building and landing head first onto the pavement.
Roger that.. Totally get it.. Just literally vaporize..

I just wouldnt want to be the guy to find out.. And jumping from 10 stories head first doesnt seem suitable either.. I want my shit to be instantaneous and as quick as can be.. Just sayin'

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

Same age as me, 34 in July.

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

I could have sworn I saw a similar video! But some years ago.
Wonder if one day someone will suicide into a volcano.
May as well video themselves falling in, similar to that rock band guy who threw himself off a roof and the camera work was a thing of beauty. Only a few seconds, but to see him, all serene and calm, his beautiful long hair flowing...chefs kiss.

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Re: Loss in Stocks, He Jumped into the Steel Furnace

He was like a drop of water onto a hot cast iron skillet. Only hotter.

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