[Discussion] Tent + Barbecue

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MisarableCock

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Apr 8, 2018
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Shipments of liquid are prohibited in my country so i am not able to use N as a my suicide method.

I've been thinking about some of the other methods and it seems to me that co2 poisoning is among one of the most peaceful and accesible methods.

The tent i am thinking of using is Evolite Turtle 2 price is around $70




For barbeque




My main concern is the tempature in the tent and possible risk of fire. The climate of where i live is mild it's probably going to be in between 8-20 Celcius. Any ideas?
 
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Shipments of liquid are prohibited in my country so i am not able to use N as a my suicide method.

I've been thinking about some of the other methods and it seems to me that co2 poisoning is among one of the most peaceful and accesible methods.

The tent i am thinking of using is Evolite Turtle 2 price is around $70




For barbeque




My main concern is the tempature in the tent and possible risk of fire. The climate of where i live is mild it's probably going to be in between 8-20 Celcius. Any ideas?
We can't see the pictures.
Also, it's CO not co2. Big difference between the two. Here is a link with all you need to know.
https://8ch.net/suicide/res/36746.html
 

bag.of.cats

depressed cats
Apr 10, 2018
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I wonder if you can combine chemicals inside the tent, to safely generate CO, instead of accidentally burning up the place with a barbecue.
 
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Jc40

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Mar 3, 2019
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I burned a hole in tent for not adding bricks but it was only the bottom of the tent that was damaged. Use something stronger, more sticky than duct tape for covering air holes/vents things because it had come away slightly.