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Old 02-14-2011
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My point is that the spark stopper, regardless of how many spark plugs you use, is likely to be just as effective as buttocks clenching and panicking. If you think it will help, do it...but the real effect will only be psychological... it will be a placebo.

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Originally Posted by scud View Post
well ... SailingDog ... you do have a point and I ain't questioning it but I still think that the spark-stopper idea could be better than buttocks squeezing and hysterical panicking and whims.

maybe it's just psycological

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