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Re: Go get you a "can-o-air"


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Posted by The Judge on May 31, 2012 at 18:27:38:

In Reply to: Go get you a "can-o-air" posted by woodburner on May 31, 2012 at 16:51:34:

Hey,

The nicklecarbondifunium that is used to magnify the compression will produce hydrocarbonmalocarbininum that will infuse the product on the cooker. Side effects are not known at this time, but the state of California suspects that it is carcinogenic. Of course, so is the air that you breathe in the great state of California.

Please smile!

Not A Member Of The Rocket Science Dept.

Just Clifee


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