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Old 06-05-2004, 10:43 PM   #15
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Talking what is this thing

Fifty years ago this thing was called a two prong three fingered fork.

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Old 06-05-2004, 10:57 PM   #16
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I first saw it in Mad magazine some 40+ years ago.
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Old 06-06-2004, 04:22 AM   #17
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Bean 'n tested...

Say Guys...
Thinkin abt it, I can honestly say what it REALY is, it hails from " BOSTON ", it's a " BEAN " gauge...if the BEANS drop through...then they R classed as " Able 2 B SWALLOWED WHOLE "...but IF they don't go through...they're SENT over 2 the UK, 'an WE eat 'em...LOL.....
Without actualy testin it Myself, an ( UN )-Educated guess would indicate that it's for lesser larger one spotted kidney shaped BEAN...a native of Central America....page 113 & 1/2...in the 1966 A/S unissued version of the Owners Hand Book...revised, 1968, paragraph, 11, section 17, pages 97 thro 101..or was it in the A/S spotters Guide....Good livin, maybe....Mmmm.
Sneakinup, DON'T tell Your D/W U can remember that FAR back...or Yr Good Lady will wanna Kn why U NEVER remember to send her BIRTHDAY CARDS....ect:....LOL, GOOD MORNIN 2 U, 'n ALL, from a WARM & SUNNY spot over the pond...LOL...Mmmm....."" This BUD's sure COOL ""...Chris.....
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Old 06-06-2004, 08:13 AM   #18
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I first saw it in Mad magazine some 40+ years ago.
Barry, I think it was a product of North American Veebelfetzer. (a MAD subsidiary).
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I am sure they have them on E-Bay.
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Old 06-06-2004, 01:50 PM   #21
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Talking Wally-world...

Hi Guys....
My D/D, Lisa says She SURE She seen 'em in WALMART....something 2do with testin the slugs for the GUNS they sell there...& I thought that a MAGNUM was an ICE CREAM...( it IS over here...)LOL...
When We come on over in '05...I'll no doubt get Myself a few, as they L@@K quite handy for...for er...U kn, for well wondering what they R for, for a start...LOL...Chris..... Have a great evening Guys....
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Hi Guys....
My D/D, Lisa says She SURE She seen 'em in WALMART....something 2do with testin the slugs for the GUNS they sell there...& I thought that a MAGNUM was an ICE CREAM...( it IS over here...)LOL...
When We come on over in '05...I'll no doubt get Myself a few, as they L@@K quite handy for...for er...U kn, for well wondering what they R for, for a start...LOL...Chris..... Have a great evening Guys....
North American Veeblefetzer's R&D dept. has an ongoing mandate to find out exactly what a Veeblefetzer is used for...
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Politics and Alfred E. Neuman...

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I first saw it in Mad magazine some 40+ years ago.

Speaking of Mad magazine... since that this is an election year with such dismal choices for candidates and no choices for party platforms, perhaps THIS will be the year that Alfred E. Neuman can capture the popular vote...

He lost against Johnson, Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Clinton, and I don't even know if he ran against Bush...

Let's make this the year for Neuman for President!!!!

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