Philadelphia Inquirer, December 6, 1848. It’s all fun and games until someone loses a cerebellum.
This could perhaps be one of the first Darwin Award candidates, assuming he had no offspring.
On an unrelated note, a former co-worker bought a musket a while ago. Apparently grease is required to properly load the ball. Unfortunately, his searches for “ball grease” did not turn up the results he was looking for.
Yeah, I could see how there might be a low signal-to-noise ratio there. Could he maybe substitute cornstarch?
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