## How long does the flash pass last at six flags?

If i buy a Season Pass along with a Gold Flash Pass, does the flash pass only last one day? If so, the passes are way over priced.

Yes, I’m sorry. The flash pass is only for one day. I agree with you the flash passes are terribly over priced! Waiting on line for hours is a bummer also.

## My team-mates just pass the ball to the other players. How can I get get the ball passed to me?

I am having a difficulty in showing my talent as my team mates just pass the ball to the others. How can I get more of the ball.

They think you dont play well or maybe you dont pass them when they ask for a pass(maybe).

OR maybe you lose the ball to your opponent easily.

## What causes static electricity and can it pass through the skin?

What causes static electricity and can it pass through the skin? How long can it stay on the skin? Is it like regular electricity?

Static Electricity (or just static charge) works off something called the Triboelectric effect. When two different materials rub together, they exchange electrons due to adhesion. Some materials are, in a sense, electron „greedy.“ If you rub a greedy material on a less greedy material, the greedy one will tend to steal electrons from the other.

When electrons build up in an object, we call it Charge. When you drag your feet on the carpet on a dry day, the carpet steals electrons from you, and so you become positively charged, and your house becomes negatively charged. Electrons don’t want to be bunched up together, so when you touch a doorknob or whatever, and get shocked, it’s because the electrons want to get back to you and restore an even charge.

Because of really complicated stuff, charge is always carried on the outside of an object, and won’t normally go to the inside. Skin is also a really bad conductor for electricity, but still, if the charge is big enough, it can pass through the skin and do damage. Don’t worry, though. To get hurt by static electricity, you have to have an ENORMOUS charge, like in the hundreds of kilovolts range, and dragging your feet on the carpet will probably make a couple of hundred volts or so.

## What percentage of american people would actually pass the citizenship test if they took it?

More importantly, should we make it easier for us to pass and make it harder for foreigners?
Or should we just make ourselves smarter?

LOL 😉

Both. Any C average fourth grader could pass the test. The fact that some would be US citizens find it difficult is irritating. The fact that some native born Americans find it difficult is a travesty.

## What is the difference between „passing out“ from too much alcohol and alcohol poisoning?

Are the passed out people just sleeping it off? How do you tell the difference?

What Happens to Your Body When You Get Alcohol Poisoning?

Alcohol depresses nerves that control involuntary actions such as breathing and the gag reflex (which prevents choking). A fatal dose of alcohol will eventually stop these functions.

It is common for someone who drank excessive alcohol to vomit since alcohol is an irritant to the stomach. There is then the danger of choking on vomit, which could cause death by asphyxiation in a person who is not conscious because of intoxication.

You should also know that a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) can continue to rise even while he or she is passed out. Even after a person stops drinking, alcohol in the stomach and intestine continues to enter the bloodstream and circulate throughout the body. It is dangerous to assume the person will be fine by sleeping it off.

Critical Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning

Mental confusion, stupor, coma, or person cannot be roused.
Vomiting.
Seizures.
Slow breathing (fewer than eight breaths per minute).
Irregular breathing (10 seconds or more between breaths).
Hypothermia (low body temperature), bluish skin color, paleness.
What Should I Do If I Suspect Someone Has Alcohol Poisoning?

Know the danger signals.
Do not wait for all symptoms to be present.
Be aware that a person who has passed out may die.
If there is any suspicion of an alcohol overdose, call 911 for help. Don’t try to guess the level of drunkenness.
What Can Happen to Someone With Alcohol Poisoning That Goes Untreated?

Victim chokes on his or her own vomit.
Breathing slows, becomes irregular, or stops.
Heart beats irregularly or stops.
Hypothermia (low body temperature).
Hypoglycemia (too little blood sugar) leads to seizures.
Untreated severe dehydration from vomiting can cause seizures, permanent brain damage, or death.
Even if the victim lives, an alcohol overdose can lead to irreversible brain damage. Rapid binge drinking (which often happens on a bet or a dare) is especially dangerous because the victim can ingest a fatal dose before becoming unconscious.

Don’t be afraid to seek medical help for a friend who has had too much to drink. Don’t worry that your friend may become angry or embarrassed-remember, you cared enough to help. Always be safe, not sorry.