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# Re: How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

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 08-16-2003
Arawak wrote:

> How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

What's the density of the substance? You're asking for a conversion
from mass to volume. How many pounds is a quart? Of lead or of wood?

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Jimchip
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 08-17-2003
On 16 Aug 2003 23:56:27 GMT, Blinky the Shark wrote:
> Arawak wrote:
>
>> How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

>
> What's the density of the substance? You're asking for a conversion
> from mass to volume. How many pounds is a quart? Of lead or of wood?

I assumed it was cocaine

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 08-17-2003
Jimchip wrote:

> On 16 Aug 2003 23:56:27 GMT, Blinky the Shark wrote:
>> Arawak wrote:

>>> How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

>> What's the density of the substance? You're asking for a conversion
>> from mass to volume. How many pounds is a quart? Of lead or of wood?

> I assumed it was cocaine

Okay -- snorts, not quarts, then...

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Arawak
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 08-17-2003
It's very expensive Creatine for working out at the gym.

On 16 Aug 2003 23:56:27 GMT, Blinky the Shark <(E-Mail Removed)>
wrote:

>Arawak wrote:
>
>> How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

>
>What's the density of the substance? You're asking for a conversion
>from mass to volume. How many pounds is a quart? Of lead or of wood?

Jimchip
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 08-17-2003
On Sun, 17 Aug 2003 04:07:29 -0700, Arawak wrote:
> It's very expensive Creatine for working out at the gym.

Roughly, 4 grams = 1 slightly rounded teaspoon. A rule of thumb for many
organic solids.

>
> On 16 Aug 2003 23:56:27 GMT, Blinky the Shark <(E-Mail Removed)>
> wrote:
>
>>Arawak wrote:
>>
>>> How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

>>
>>What's the density of the substance? You're asking for a conversion
>>from mass to volume. How many pounds is a quart? Of lead or of wood?

>

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slumpy
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 08-18-2003
"So, Mr Slumpy you *really* are the perpetual comedian, aren't you ?" I
threw back my head and roared with laughter as Jimchip continued:

> On 16 Aug 2003 23:56:27 GMT, Blinky the Shark wrote:
>> Arawak wrote:
>>
>>> How much is 16gms? How many teaspoons or tablespoons?

>>
>> What's the density of the substance? You're asking for a conversion
>> from mass to volume. How many pounds is a quart? Of lead or of
>> wood?

>
> I assumed it was cocaine

<stands back shocked !!>
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