Posted by NoKarma4U on July 25, 2002 at 19:25:56:
In Reply to: Re: streamer posted by Tom D. on July 25, 2002 at 18:35:26:
Some would describe the streaming vortex as a temporary displacement of space-time of variable intensity, duration, and bi-location which makes them exceptionally difficult to predict and track. Such vortices are known to emit varying degrees of alpha, beta, and gamma radiation and those travelling through a vortex or nearby may receive moderate doses. This usually results in a mild stinging rash (similar to sunburn) and possibly loss of hair, teeth, or (in extreme cases) cognitive abilities.
Fortunately, protection is readily available and may be as close as your nearest RiteAid or Walgreens. Pick up a bottle of vortex block -- any vortex block will do, it doesn't have to be specifically "streaming" vortex block. If you have difficulty finding some in your area, I will be happy to part with some of my Vortex Block vpf 50 (protects all day, doesn't wash or sweat off) for a reasonable price, of course. ;-)