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I don't really understand the physics here...
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Woman OK After Bullet Ends Up in Her Hair Weave


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Other than having a bit of a headache, a Kansas City woman was uninjured after a bullet fired at her ended up tangled in her hair weave. Police said the 20-year-old woman was in a convenience store parking lot late Wednesday when a man flagged her down and told her that her ex-boyfriend still loved her.


She replied, "Well I dont love him," then heard gunshots. She said she looked behind the vehicle and saw her ex-boyfriend firing a handgun at her. She stomped her accelerator and fled, then turned into another parking lot and called police.

She told officers she recently had ended an eight-month relationship with the suspect.

Police arrested the ex-boyfriend and his friend in a car.

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worthless, ya aint got nothin better?
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oldielox Wrote:worthless, ya aint got nothin better?
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thanks bird.

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I thought you'd like to know.

as far as the bullet is concerned if its a small caliber from a decent distance I can see how that could happen.Lucky as shit though.

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did the guy throw the bullet at her? how can "tangled" be the right verb?


maybe if I knew anything about weaves...

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WoolyGoat Wrote:did the guy throw the bullet at her? how can "tangled" be the right verb?


maybe if I knew anything about weaves...



Some of them are sewn so tight, they're as hard as a rock.
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but it's still just hair, right? is there metal and stuff in there or something?

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WoolyGoat Wrote:but it's still just hair, right? is there metal and stuff in there or something?


I don't think so.

I just remember thinking this dude I knew had the best hair ever until for some reason I ended up touching the top of his head. It felt like a helmet.
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I was sad. I didn't know dude was fronting.
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#11

kevlar is just strongly weaved fabric.

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Kevlar gets its strength from the fiber not the weave. I'm with Wooly.
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How can you be so happy when your hair is so nappy?

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Vitamin E Wrote:Kevlar gets its strength from the fiber not the weave. I'm with Wooly.

When Kevlar is spun, the resulting fiber has great tensile strength (ca. 3 620 MPa), and a relative density of 1.44. When used as a woven material, it is suitable for mooring lines and other underwater applications.


The weave is part of what makes it strong.

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