I think there may have been some problems on the Internet somewhere this morning while I was trying to load this. I left and went to another site and had the same problem. But then when I went to a couple of other sites, I had NO problem. :? Oh well.
What did she have in that bag? Pretty hard hit for a feeble old woman! That was funny but I think it was staged because the one occasion I saw an air bag go off there was a lot of powder. Still, good for a :lol:
Idunno, they do have a coating on them to help with abrasions to the skin upon opening, the early ones had stuff called "talc", not specifially talcum powder but a product developed for its lubricity-----same thing, to cut down on abrasions.
They've cut down on the speed of the bags because of early injuries sustained, and the early used rocket fuel, now I don't know, but the puff seen can be any of the above.
The problem I have with it, is I would guess that bag needed to weigh 50 pounds and have a young gorilla swinging it to set off an airbag. If that car was left outside and kids playing hit a softball pretty hard, I would think it could easily compare to the swinging tap of the ladies bag. As expensive as they are to replace, we wouldn't want that.
That might be "grannie get your gun" too, with a pair of .44 hoglegs in the bag. :wink:
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