Size of pipelines needed to carry liquids consumed in the U.S


#1

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#2

I say again…


#3

Bundle the pipes together, and it’s like the Feed from The Diamond Age, but with nice preprocessed materials so you don’t need to mess around with a matter compiler.

That could save me a lot of shopping. I’d need bigger mayo and peanut butter pipes, though (and I think I could skip the saliva one).


#4

Where is this meat pipeline?


#5

Not one pipeline but more like a series of tubes.


#6

Bottom panel, middle of the right side.

I want to know where the pipe is with the ink that flows between fax machines.


#7

C’mon, where’s the urine?


#8

Next week’s chart will be exports.


#9

alt text: “In the future, every single pipeline will lead to the bowl of a giant blender, and we’ll all just show up with a bucket each day to take our share of the resulting smoothie.”

The pipeline angle is funny, but it’s really just a bubble chart.


#10

Looks like we use more shampoo than conditioner. Does that mean people really do rinse and repeat?


#11

No joke … My wife’s aunt once asked me (because I know about computers) how the paper goes through the wires when you fax something.


#12

‘personal lubricant’… fnar


#13

Where does one sign-up for the maple syrup pipeline?


#14

Where’s the weed pipeline?


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