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[at-l] Thanks on eggs.

hey - that's nothing - we used to sell a yo-yo blender in our outdoor
store back in the 1980's - powered by a string that had a yo-yo like
action to it . . . it actually worked! :)


Shane Steinkamp wrote:

>>Just bring along a blender and liquify them suckers.
>>Of course y'all have to haul a mighty long extension
>>cord for the blender.
> You're behind the times William.  There's a backpackers blender now that's
> powered by a small gas motor like a weed-whacker.  Amazing what they come up
> with...
> Shane
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