I was in my garage, talking with some gentlemen who are installing an oil-burning direct-vent heater in there and in my house. We were talking about how much warmer it was in the garage than outside, even without heat, and I picked up a bottle of water out of a case that was sitting there, and said, "Look at this--the water isn't even frozen!" and it turned from clear liquid to slush in my hand. I couldn't believe it--I've heard about it, but I thought supercooling was only achieved in laboratories. I did it with another bottle, and the same thing happened. I handed one to one of the guys, and he tried tapping that, and it didn't work, but when he shook it, it immediately turned to slush. By the time we'd left the garage about ten minutes later, it was just about frozen. The untouched bottles were still clear liquid. Simple pleasures for simple minds . . .