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c'mon guys. yer not thinkin' green. several of these placed strategically around yer vessel gives you better weight distribution and allows you to do your part to protect the environment......
not to mention the performance enhancing qualities......
You could even make them swivel 180 degrees so that they would suck and blow!
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Started laughing so hard it induced a coughing jag that resulted in an asthma attack. Now that I have that under control (you gotta love drugs), I have a question:

Where do you plug in the fan?
Ahh, Billy, here's the wonder of the flux capacitor for you - since it is directly mounted to the V6 from a DeLorean, you simply replace your current engine package. Although, several people have commented on a scruffy-looking fellow showing up and commenting on how he hates manure. Have been unable to locate said individual to ask him to stop harassing my customers, need to hire a PI to track him down. Anyone know if Thomas Magnum might be available?
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