Monday, February 27, 2012

OMG. For reals.

I have nothing funny or snarky to say about this.  Video may not be safe for work.

I am stunned by this.  Have you heard of it before?


  1. I don't even know what to say.

  2. Also, I am wondering about the breathalizer fact. I question whether that is true. Of course now I need to research this.

  3. Yeah - I'm going to call bullshit:

    When the user exhales into a breath analyzer, any ethanol present in their breath is oxidized to acetic acid at the anode:

    Breath analyzers do not directly measure blood alcohol content or concentration, which requires the analysis of a blood sample. Instead, they estimate BAC indirectly by measuring the amount of alcohol in one's breath. Two breathalyzer technologies are most prevalent. Desktop analyzers generally use infrared spectrophotometer technology, electrochemical fuel cell technology, or a combination of the two. Hand-held field testing devices are generally based on electrochemical platinum fuel cell analysis and, depending upon jurisdiction, may be used by officers in the field as a form of "field sobriety test" commonly called PBT (preliminary breath test) or PAS (preliminary alcohol screening) or as evidential devices in POA (point of arrest) testing.

    Yes my source is wiki but...


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