In 1952, the U.S. military packed a sleeping bag in a tin that looks like a giant can of SPAM. Fast forward 65 years to when Taras Kul decided to open it, and he does not disappoint.
In addition to waiting until a freezing cold day, he decides to get in it even though mid-20th century soldiers appear to have been significantly smaller than Taras. Best line: "There's a weird powder coming off of it, but hopefully it doesn't hurt me."
Bonus video: survival water cans that will last 50 years.
Fun fact: many major American breweries will shift their productions lines to canned water for natural disaster victims. Insert your own joke about no difference in taste.
• Sleeping Bag in a Can!? (YouTube / Taras Kul)
Writing on Crooked Timber, John Quiggin (previously) responds to the epidemic of elderly reactionaries piling vitriol and violent rhetoric on the child activist Greta Thunberg and asks, why not let kids vote?
That right there’s an #irishsetter #babysitter.
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