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Old July 24 2011, 11:31 PM   #16
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Re: Odd little question about '66 BATMAN show...

I guess that's why I asked. If dust doesn't behave enough like smoke, then it's not that simple after all. But I was also envisioning the possibility of lighter substances, which is why I said chalk or dust. I've recently finished a frustrating project of drywalling my house. Believe me, the dust from cut wallboard or sanded mud tends to billow just great, especially when you're using power tools.
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