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Re: [at-l] bandana

I think I tried this once, having picked up one from Walmart or Kmart or
You know those little fish and frogs and other toys kids get? You put the
little thing in water and grows and grows and grows into this jelly
facsimilie of the little fish they started with.
I don't know, but I suspect the filling in the headband is the same weird

Anyway, it works great until your head warms it up.  Then its just this
tube of hot jello on your head. And you can't squeeze the water out. You
have to let it sit and dry out over several days.


> From: hudsom@us.ibm.com
> To: at-l@backcountry.net
> Subject: [at-l] bandana
> Date: Monday, August 02, 1999 2:37 PM
> I was passed a newspaper clipping over the weekend about a bandana that
uses a
> phase-changing core to keep you cool, supposedly it will work all day
after a 30
> minute charge in cold water. It's called the Miracool Bandana ($4.99) and
> company has a web page at www.occunomix.com.
> Gotta point out, I haven't tried it, I'm not assosiated with the company,
> etc.... just thought that with all the heat we've had there might be some
> interest....
> Skeeter
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