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Location: San Bernardino, Ca.
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That was on another site I go to.....in 2006! This was one of the more interesting responses to it then:
Aaahh yes....who could forget the original 1960's release of the prototype, complete with the now defunct triple reverse jumpover rinkbacked zonnameter (believe it or not...invented by Bill Cosby!) that relied on frequency stacking via diehedral multiplexing of the (patented) Fuffoofneh plate output. Oh! and if you happen to have one of the original or MkII versions, be careful ! There was a silent recall on these to correct a fault in the Krebs cycle accumulator, actually more a miscalculation in the application of the "Heisenberg uncertainty Principle" generator's form factor....acting in conjuction with the Krebs unit...basically. In other words, don't stand in front of it... say, no closer than 550 feet or it'll cook your gonads and try to serve them to you at 13,400 feet per second!!
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