The kids are doing it wrong. google "sherry enema", you'll find some news articles. Alcoholics have been doing this for ages. Or, let me do it for you
Originally Posted by http://www.darwinawards.com/darwin/darwin2007-13.html
Do you really want to know about The Enema Within?
(21 May 2004, Texas) Michael was an alcoholic. And not an ordinary alcoholic, but an alcoholic who liked to take his liquor, well, rectally. His wife said he was "addicted to enemas" and often used alcohol in this manner. The result was the same: inebriation.
The machine shop owner couldn't imbibe alcohol by mouth due to a painful throat ailment, so he elected to receive his favourite beverage via enema. And tonight, Michael was in for one hell of a party. Two 1.5 litre bottles of sherry, more than 100 fluid ounces, right up the old address!
When the rest of us have had enough, we either stop drinking or pass out. When Michael had had enough (and subsequently passed out) the alcohol remaining in his rectal cavity continued to be absorbed. The next morning, Michael was dead.
The 58-year-old did a pretty good job of embalming himself. According to toxicology reports, his blood alcohol level was 0.47%.
In order to qualify for a Darwin Award, a person must remove himself from the gene pool via an "astounding misapplication of judgment." Three litres of sherry up the butt can only be described as astounding. Unsurprisingly, his neighbors said they were surprised to learn of the incident.
Colon absorbs alcohol extremely fast, so it's fairly easy to get lethal alcohol poisoning if you, uh, don't don't limit the flow.
I would crush it. It should be crushed. All of them.
Originally Posted by mgeoffriau
I read somewhere that the fighters were down to 130-140 mph ground speed which is just above their stall speed.
Also notice that the jets were both straight-wing, not swept-wing, with a fairly large wings.
So he's not flying around at Mach 1.5 like Tony Stark, sure, but soaring around at 130+ mph with something that straps to your back is still pretty badass.
I went to an airshow several years back and one of their features was a McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet and some stunts / tricks they can do. One pass they flew by the stands 100 feet off the deck at Mach .98 and you could see the vapor cone start to form around the midsection. My favorite maneuver they performed was during their takeoff. Gained just enough speed for flight, retracted the gear and went into a full thrust vertical climb with afterburner blasting which had to be the loudest thing I've ever seen.
Last thing they did before landing was showing how versatile the jet is with airspeed the pilot flew by with the nose pitched up about 30 degrees while maintaining altitude as the announcer stated his airspeed was 75 miles per hour. Sounded like he was at the upper end of the engine's power range while he did it. Looked just like this, actually:
Here's another video with a low speed pass and a high speed pass, action starts at 20 seconds:
I wanted so bad for them to break the sound barrier and was very disappointed when they didn't. The whole theory that sonic booms will blow out windows for hundreds of miles is complete bullshit, which makes me even sadder they didn't do it.