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  1. Anonymous
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    Electrifying recent photo

    Hi,

    Could anyone tell me the meaning of the following headline:

    John Lennon is alive! Electrifying recent photo

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Electrifying recent photo

    Something that electrifies is something that excites, so something that is electrifying is something that is exciting.

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    Very exciting indeed.

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    Re: Electrifying recent photo

    Depending on how much electricity is involved.
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    I read that the static off a cat can be a couple of million volts, which sounds like a lot.

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    #6
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I read that the static off a cat can be a couple of million volts, which sounds like a lot.
    I wouldn't think a cat could ever be that shocking.

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    #7
    Aparrently so, but volts aren't what kill. I'm no scientist so I'm only repeating what I've heard.

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