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Simpsons - Strange New Kind of Magnetism?
Watch for this in the Halloween episode where Bart & Lisa become super heroes. In one scene, Lucy Lawless is getting interviewed by her Xena fans. In comes "the collector", with a giant magnet. when he turns it on, only Lucy's metal breastplate is pulled to it. wouldn't all the geek's pens, glasses, spiral-bound notebooks, metal stuff cling to it also?
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a TV, & a knowledge of what is metal & what's not
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Anonymous on 12-01-2000
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Daniel Puglielli writes:
Did anyone notice that the magnet was also pointed in Lucy's direction only!
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Hack Ace writes:
Maybe there was A) not enough iron in the spirals to overcome their weight or B) the metal in the glasses was not made of metals containing iron. I did like this episode though.
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Christine writes:
1. duh! the Collector WANTED Lucy for his collection. why wouldn't he point the magnet at her? 2. if the people in the chairs kept them on the floor, then wouldn't the person in the metal breastplate keep IT on the floor? =Þ hehe I never thought I'd get this kind of response with this slip-up!
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Mota writes:
Iron, cobalt, and nickel are the three attracted to magnets.
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@ssKicker writes:
The pens and glasses might not be made of ferrous metals.
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RLF writes:
It's a friggin' cartoon show!
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Westopher writes:
simple. the people in the chairs weighed too much for the chair to be lifted
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Christine writes:
well, what i meant was that every chair I've known that had metal in it was magnetic. why would the chairs in Springfield be any different? (I wrote this slip-up, by the way)
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ULTIMATE MASTER OF KNOWLEDGE writes:
No, since not all metal is magnetic. Only 3, iron, nickel, and one other i can't remember.
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