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Ummm... [Apr. 26th, 2004|09:04 am]
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OK this has nothing to do with animation, but I don't feel like logging in on the other name.

Going camping in the rain sounds like fun. But... I suck at camping. A guy is talking about his camping weekend and there were storms and stuff, but that sounds fun. But it would probably be freaky, since I suck at camping.

Speaking of camping, I was thinking about M*A*S*H this morning. How did they rig plumbing? They obviously had showers, hot showers. How'd they do that? They must have had a water line that ran down to the river or something. And then they'd have to have filters on it, cuz eww. And then they'd have to have a pump on it, so there would be shower water pressure. But, it would all have to be moveable, so when they moved to another site they would still have showers. And it would really have to be clean water, so that when the surgeons scrubbed up they weren't scrubbing up with malaria-water or something. Suppose they had to move somewhere that wasn't exactly convenient to a river? I bet the coffee tasted like shit.
M*A*S*H is a great show.
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Date:April 26th, 2004 - 10:19 am
Well, this is the army we're talking about. They've probably got some sort of thing that is basically a crappy water filter strapped to a crappy water heater and a crappy pump where they can just plug some pipes into it. It's also probably notoriously unreliable and fits into a suitcase.

Of course, I don't really know. But it wouldn't surprise me.

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Date:April 26th, 2004 - 10:30 am
Yeah, but what got to me was the surgeon-scrubbing thing. I can comprehend a pump-in-a-suitcase, but is it decent enough for surgery? Maybe that's what contributed to the death rate.

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Date:April 26th, 2004 - 11:01 am
Yeah, I think you're right there.

Incidentally, I'm really good at camping, as long as I don't forget to bring important stuff. Camping in a storm rocks. Unless your tent leaks.