Re: How can I deal with a food stealer?
Article: 7341 of alt.hackers From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Deil C. Bland) Newsgroups: alt.hackers Subject: Re: How can I deal with a food stealer? Date: 11 Feb 1995 20:38:44 -0800 Organization: Adult Day Care Center Lines: 49 Approved: My cat Booger approves of this Message-ID: email@example.com NNTP-Posting-Host: crl10.crl.com Status: RO
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Eric Hietala <email@example.com> wrote: >Subject: How can I deal with a food stealer? > >I share a freezer/fridge/microwave at work. Someone on the night shift >is taking some of my frozen food, once or twice a week. So far they have >taken burritos and small pizzas. > >I could identify them with security camera recordings, but I don't really >care about who they are. What would teach them not to eat someone >else's food? Do you know of commonly available substances that could be >used in small quantities to induce 1) vomiting 2) diarrhea 3) other >memorable discomfort? Or other ways to deal with this. I have already >started to spit in some of my food; it helps a little. > >I am still considering ExLax or making a shit burrito, catfood sandwich, >etc. But I would like something a little more subtle than bulk excrement. >For a weight of 160 pounds, what is a non-fatal dose of rat poison, I >wonder. But that would only make them thirsty, with a headache I >suppose. No, they should be worshipping the porcelain god. > >I have heard that if one eats a small amount (how much?) of excrement (which >contains E.coli?), that it can cause diarrhea. Is this true? I should >check alt.folklore, perhaps. > If you can find it at a farm or livestock store croton oil is a powerful purgative. Cascara segrada is a root that can be found in some herb shops. Boil it down to a thick syrup and mix it with something sweet. Both are fast acting and can produce total loss of control. This can be awsome! Disclaimer: This information is presented for entertainment purposes only! ObHack: Found a way to look at other users screens on the Sun system at work. rsh <somemachine> screendump > <filename> exit screenload <filename> Lame but it worked. -- Deil Bland In a dog eat dog world firstname.lastname@example.org You gotta eat some dog! Finger for PGP key