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  • First law of thermodynamics states that this is a stupid idea.

    Submitted by xave on Mar 31, 11 at 11:06am
  • A whole what?

    Submitted by NotAnonymous321 on Mar 31, 11 at 10:03am
  • Fail on both physics and spelling.

    Submitted by jltc on Mar 31, 11 at 11:33am
  • How do you cut a whole?

    Submitted by singer4life666 on Mar 31, 11 at 10:02am
  • I think Target sells fans...just sayin'...

    Submitted by colan08 on Mar 31, 11 at 11:05am
  • "Who left the fridge open?" - Tropic Thunder

    Submitted by GrammarPolice on Mar 31, 11 at 9:52am
  • What a bunch of idiots. Now they'll have to replace the fridge also. Morons.

    Submitted by pimppenguin on Mar 31, 11 at 9:51am
  • I'm thinking this took a while to do ... So wouldn't just going and getting a couple fans be easier, less time consuming and cheaper? Just sayin......

    Submitted by jenn1331 on Mar 31, 11 at 12:51pm
  • is it so hot anywhere right now that OPENING A WINDOW wouldn't be enough?

    Submitted by CIT on Mar 31, 11 at 2:02pm
    • If it is, those of us in cold states could use some of that heat, just sayin

      Submitted by iUh on Mar 31, 11 at 2:26pm
    • We're in the middle of a heat wave in CA. I am burnt to a crisp after doing my senior project at the beach.

      Submitted by 310/951/805 on Mar 31, 11 at 9:41pm
  • Well considering it's hot as Africa in Yorba Linda, it's a good idea.

    Submitted by landonmetz on Apr 1, 11 at 1:50am
  • Yeah. Everyone knows leaving you fridge or freezer open will warm up a room. R-tards....

    Submitted by jkokk197 on Apr 1, 11 at 9:39am
  • problem solving at its finest....well...maybe just opening the door is better

    Submitted by yfz501 on Mar 31, 11 at 9:49am
  • Helllooooooo Freon

    Submitted by Murdock07 on Mar 31, 11 at 3:01pm
  • This would be incredibly stupid if it worked. But it wouldn't. Your fridge radiates all the heat it pumps out of the freezer to cool it down out of the radiator on the back of the fridge so the temperature of your apartment wouldn't change at all and you'd use an obscene amount of electricity to do it

    Submitted by guitarfreak664 on Nov 4, 12 at 9:57am