Wednesday, January 23, 2013

A sign of the coming apocalypse?

A Norwegian road was closed for six days after a truck carrying a load of goat cheese caught fire while passing through a tunnel, and the pansy driver stopped the truck inside and ran. 

  "The BBC reported that the truck’s driver noticed the cheese had caught fire and was forced to abandon the truck about 300 feet from the tunnel’s exit. Toxic fumes emanating from the smoldering brown cheese kept firefighters at bay for several days before they could attempt to extinguish the flames.
"I didn't know that brown cheese burns so well," added Kjell Bjoern Vinje, an official with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration."
Three hundred feet from the end of the tunnel?  Come on man, gun it and make it out, then run for your life!  
Personally, I prefer Gjetost to Brunost (literally, "goat cheese" in Norske).   Apparently it's also great for starting fires as well.

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