My mixtape's title is "Hotter Than Jet Fuel"
This was obviously an inside job.
What happend to "I shjt you not"?
@Idiot, He's left us. It's MACWE and IC all over again. 😢
@Idiot, He's taking the month off.
"Play Free Bird!"
Bush is jelly
*obligatory "jet fuel can't melt steel beams" comment*
@Arctic Ops Kennen, I am an architect and I assure you constant intense heat will make steal beams go limp like a noodle. They will not melt into a puddle, but they will go limper than that corndog the dude in the previous picture was trying to fellate. If you care to Google, there is a famous picture of a steel W section draped across a charred heavy timber beam. Both were exposed to fire; the heavy wood beam developed a protective char and burned no further, but steel loses its rigidity once highly heated, much like your dad. This is why we protect steel with layers of material such as sheet rock, because the gypsum has moisture trapped in it, or in the case of the World Trade Center, spray on insulation which tends to rake off when you fly a freaking jet through it… The more you know…
@DarkSock, so what your saying is the government sprayed the I-Beams with faulty fire protection that's not jet crash proof, in order to collapse the buildings?!? The more you know...
@Lonely Monkey Fart, more like a dumb-@ss architect's detailing...but to be fair who expected Jihad buttholes to be flying jets into buildings back in the 70's?
@DarkSock, to be fair they did design the building to withstand a DC-10 at low speed. Not a larger 747 at full speed.
@DarkSock, At first the message of your comment was unclear to me, I thought you meant that that 9/11 was in the 70's. I almost greatly questioned your intelligence.
@DarkSock, limp... Like a noodle
@Gollum Fetish, I was meeting with a client on a school project when everyone came in the conference room and turned on the TV… We saw the second plane hit and then there I said those buildings are coming down and they'd better get the hell away from there. Anyone familiar with steel frame construction knew what was coming next; steel is quite forgiving of gross insults to structural integrity from impacts. Sustained 1200 degree heat? Not so much. A reinforced concrete structure would've survived, but would have been insanely expensive and impractical to go up that many stories.
@DarkSock, But the explosion itself would be detrimental to the concrete, wouldn't it?
@DarkSock, im training to be a firefighter and I've seen steel do some really messed up stuff when exposed to heat. It expands, pushing out anything it touches. People always expect it to turn to liquid in order for it to fail. Thank you for being educated good sir!
@Gollum Fetish, steel reinforced cast in place concrete or precast concrete is far more tolerant to incidents like the blunt impact and sustained fuel fires of the 9/11 Jihadist butthole incidents. The reinforcing steel, a.k.a. rebar, that provides tensile resistance is well protected within the mass of the concrete which provides compressive strength. Steel, besides being more susceptible to loss of strength from extreme heat, also has to be oriented along its strong axis and connected in very specific ways to achieve structural integrity. It is a much more fragile system relatively speaking and less tolerant of losing chunks of the system as a whole. Steel reinforced concrete is a brute strength solution.
@LimpNoodle, I see what you did there…
@TheJimmy144, no sir, thank you for putting your life on the line to protect people that walk into the silly @ss buildings that we design when they on occasion burst into flame
@DarkSock, no problem good sir just part of the job. Just do me a favor and never cut corners to save costs. Especially in wood construction, don't use gusset plates in the roof trusses!
@TheJimmy144, here in Biloxi we actually are required to post signage prominently telling firefighters what sort of wood truss construction is used… And yes, gusset plates are for failures and ne'er-do-wells.
Jet fuel can't melt dank memes
That...is a violin
"Bush did the extinction of the dinosaurs"
Stop with Steel beams jokes. They've been dead since January.
@Kazuo Kiriyama, stonewashed jeans died in the 80s
@DarkSock, Kurt Cobain died in the 90s.
@Kazuo Kiriyama, jet fuel can't melt steel memes
O my god my mixtape did 9/11