Stickdeath.com was a website created in 1996 by Rob Lewis. The site contained animations of stick figures, and was one of the first animation websites, and stick-figure related websites. While the site was known mainly for its animations, it also had its own games. The known games were Crackhouse Cleanup, Escape from Greenville, S.W.A.T. Sticks with Ass Kicking Tactics and 3 Wheeled Death. Unfortunately, the site was taken down sometime in 2007-2009, making the games inaccessible. The site was brought back again in 2013, under the name \"StickDeath Reborn,\" but was taken down again in late 2016. At around late 2020, many of the games, animations, and GIFs were archived under the website's original format by user TeamJaruno. However, not all of the animations and games are fully archived yet.
Stickdeath was a website that hosted animations revolving around stick figures. They were very graphic in nature, containing lots of violence, mature humor, and nudity. The site was taken down sometime in 2007-2009, likely because the creator, Rob Lewis, did not want to continue paying to keep the site's domain running. While many of the animations can be viewed on YouTube, some of the point-and-click games are still being searched for since each part for them were in separate SWF files (discluding Crackhouse Cleanup and StickDeath Survivor which has been fully found).
When the fifth season begins Bubbles has been clean for more than a year. He is living in his sister's basement with strict rules not to come upstairs or stay in the house unattended. Bubbles spends his days selling copies of The Baltimore Sun to make money. His Narcotics Anonymous sponsor is Walon. Walon encourages Bubbles to open up about Sherrod's death in meetings but Bubbles is not ready to take that step. Walon suggests that Bubbles should find an outlet elsewhere and Bubbles begins volunteering at a local Catholic Worker soup kitchen called Viva House.
Upon moving into a meth house, people have experienced short-term health problems ranging from migraines and respiratory difficulties to skin irritation and burns. Long-term problems are less well known, but the results from a 2009 study in Toxicological Sciences suggest that methamphetamine chemicals may cause cancer in humans. And because children have small, developing bodies and a tendency to play on the ground and put things in their mouths, they are especially susceptible to adverse health effects from meth toxins. \"When we go into a lab, if there are children, the first thing we do is take the children to the hospital and assess them for contamination,\" Smith says.
Like Idaho, many states only check for meth in the room where the drug was cooked. This method doesn't account for toxic dust or harmful chemicals that may have traveled to other parts of the house. Another compounding factor is that many states do not require that the person cleaning be professionally trained or licensed in methamphetamine or hazardous waste cleanup.
Even if a meth house is cleaned properly, some contamination experts worry that the toxins may hang around. Glenn Morrison, an engineering professor at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, questions the adequacy of current meth house cleanup standards, emphasizing their failure to ensure the removal of toxins that are absorbed by the home. \"These clean-ups tend to be somewhat superficial when it comes to permanent building materials,\" he says.
BBabe: WomanBaby: A person, can be said to either a man or a womanBangtails: RacehorsesBarber: TalkBe on the nut: To be brokeBean-shooter: GunBeef: ProblemBee's Knees: An extraordinary person, thing or idea.Beezer: NoseBehind the eight ball: In a difficult position, in a tight spotBent Cars: Stolen carsBig Cheese, Big Shot - The boss: Someone of importance and influenceBig House: JailBig One: DeathBig Sleep: DeathBim: WomanBindle: the bundle in which a hobo carries all his worldly possessionsBindle punk or bindle stiff: Chronic wanderers, migratory harvest workers, and lumber jacksBing: Jailhouse talk for solitary confinementBird: ManBit: Prison sentenceBlind Pig or Blind Tiger: Illegal drinking establishment where patrons pay entrance fee to view an exotic animal and are given a complementary drinkBlip off: To killBlotto: Extremely drunkBlow: LeaveBlow one down: Kill someoneBlower: TelephoneBluenose: A prude.Bo: Pal, buster, fellow.Boiler: CarBoob: Dumb guyBoozehound: DrunkardBop: To killBox: A safe or a barBox job: A safecrackingBrace (somebody): Grab, shake upBracelets: HandcuffsBreak it up: Stop that, quit the nonsenseBreeze: To leave, breeze off: get lostBroad: WomanBruno: Tough guy, enforcerBucket: CarBulge, The: The advantageBulls: Plainclothes railroad cops; uniformed police; prison guardsBum's rush, To get the: To be kicked outBump: KillBump Gums: To talk about nothing worthwhileBump off: Kill; also, bump-off: a killingBurn powder: Fire a gunBus: Big carButter and egg man: The money man, the man with the bankroll, a yokel who comes to town toblow a big wad in nightclubsButton: Face, nose, end of jawButton man: Professional killerButtons: PoliceButts: CigarettesBuzz: Looks person up, comes to persons doorBuzzer: Policeman's badge
CC: $100, a pair of Cs = $200Cabbage: MoneyCaboose: JailCall copper: Inform the policeCan: Jail, CarCan house: BordelloCan-opener: Safecracker who opens cheap safesCanary: Woman singerCarry a Torch: Suffering from an unrequited love.Case dough: Nest eggCat: ManCat's Meow: Something splendid or stylishCat's Pajamas: term of endearment as in \"I think you are really really cool\".Century: $100Cheaters: SunglassesCheese it: Put things away, hideChew: EatChicago lightning: gunfireChicago overcoat: CoffinChick: WomanChilled off: KilledChin: Conversation; chinning: talkingChin music: Punch on the jawChinese squeeze: Grafting by skimming profits off the topChippy: Woman of easy virtueChisel: To swindle or cheatChiv: Knife, \"a stabbing or cutting weapon\"Chopper squad: Men with machine gunsChump: person marked for a con or a gullible person.Clammed: Close-mouthed (clammed up)Clean sneak: An escape with no clues left behindClip joint: In some cases, a nightclub where the prices are high and the patrons are fleecedClipped: ShotClose your head: Shut upClout: ShoplifterClubhouse: Police stationCon: Confidence game, swindleConk: HeadCool: To knock outCooler: JailCop: Detective, even a private oneCopped, to be: Grabbed by the copsCopper: PolicemanCorn: Bourbon (\"corn liquor\")Crab: Figure outCrate: CarCroak: To killCroaker: DoctorCrush: An infatuation.Crushed out: Escaped (from jail)Cut down: Killed
The needle pit was a trap located on the upper floor of the Nerve Gas House. The pit was actually a giant hole in the center of one of the rooms. It was filled with over tens of thousands of filthy, used syringes. Additionally, there were two doors in the room. The first one was a wooden door through which the room could be entered. The other door, located at the back part of the room, was a heavy metal door. Behind it was a syringe with an antidote for a deadly nerve agent that the prisoners in the house were breathing in. Attached to this door was a timer with a small metal pin. A long cord connected the pin with the first door. When someone opened it, he or she would subsequently tauten the cord and therefore pull the metal pin out of the timer, resulting in its activation. After this, the victim had to find the key to the metal door as soon as possible, as it would be permanently locked after a short time, making it impossible to obtain the antidote. The key was attached to a glow stick plugged in one of the countless syringes in the pit. (Saw II)
At one point during his series of murders, John Kramer targeted the corrupt detective Eric Matthews, who had innocently framed and arrested numerous people throughout his career, including one of John's apprentices, Amanda Young. Therefore, they set up a big game which was going to be directly connected to Eric's test. This game focused on seven people. The first one was Daniel Matthews, Eric's son who had become estranged from him after he had cheated on Daniel's mother with his former partner, Detective Allison Kerry. The other persons tested throughout the game were Jonas Singer, his manager Gus Colyard, the prostitute Addison Corday, the drug dealer Xavier Chavez, Laura Hunter and Obi Tate. Additionally, Amanda participated in the game as well and played as another victim primarily in order to be able to observe the other prisoners' progress. These people, except for Daniel, had all been framed and arrested by Eric for crimes they didn't commit. All of them were unconscious and lying on the floor of a room on the lower floor of the Nerve Gas House. After waking up, an audio tape left by Jigsaw informed them about a deadly nerve agent they were all breathing in. While the doors would open after three hours, the gas would already kill them after two hours. In order to survive, the prisoners had to find syringes with the antidote which were hidden in the house. (Saw II)
Outdoor air enters and leaves a house by: infiltration, natural ventilation, and mechanical ventilation. In a process known as infiltration, outdoor air flows into the house through openings, joints, and cracks in walls, floors, and ceilings, and around windows and doors. In natural ventilation, air moves through opened windows and doors. Air movement associated with infiltration and natural ventilation is caused by air temperature differences between indoors and outdoors and by wind. Finally, there are a number of mechanical ventilation devices, from outdoor-vented fans that intermittently remove air from a single room, such as bathrooms and kitchen, to air handling systems that use fans and duct work to continuously remove indoor air and distribute filtered and conditioned outdoor air to strategic points throughout the house. The rate at which outdoor air replaces in