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Re: [at-l] hiker anon
- Subject: Re: [at-l] hiker anon
- From: Joseph Rivers <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 15:45:07 -0500
I am not a full blown hiker yet, so im confused...The 3 second rule
is only for hikers? me and my brother got bloody noses for fighting
over a dropped crunch bar...AND we broke a chair!!!
> In a message dated 12/10/98 2:52:23 PM US Eastern Standard Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > 3 second rule...30 second maybe...3 minutes and I can still tell what it is,
> > I can believe.
> > Rule MCCLIV If you believe "God bless it and make it clean" works on
> > dropped food.
> That may very well may be, but among hungry thru-hikers, once it hits the
> ground, it's up for graps and rarely last more than a second. And that's for
> an M & M's, now Snicker bars, they can cause serious head injuries, do to
> You heard it here, Sly : )
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