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Topic: Nocturnal Suction Cups?
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Nocturnal Suction Cups?
Posted: Jul 12, 2006 4:09 AM
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In my experience, suction cups seem to have a high probability of popping
off the wall in the middle of the night and landing with a huge crash. (It
just happened here at 4am). Is there any statistical literature documenting
this? Chances are, you attach a suction cup during the day, when the
temperature is higher. Then the lower temperatures at night causes the
rubber to contract and pop off, hmm....





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