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Old 03-18-2007
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Sorry but i was stuck on land today

I love the joking amongst you guys on this board! I was stuck on land today and boared and it sucked. But with all the high tech stuff coming out these days such as roller mains and so forth, I thought I would invent a little something to fund my cruising kitty! I could probably sell the beta vesion for $19.95 unless you buy now... maybe i could throw in three for the price of one...sold as is of course.

Here it is!
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The drinks and money buttons would be worn out on mine.
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So you just point it at the wife & click? I'll take ten. She's sure to toss a few overboard.
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The drinks and money buttons would be worn out on mine.
thats why it's a beta version
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Where's the button for the dog? (i can't believe i just said that)
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But wait! If you order in the next 30 minutes, you will also receive a year's supply of powdered water!!!
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Reminds me of the "Sony Woman Remote" which is viewable by Google Image search on the quoted string. I would just post it but that could cause a problem with moderation.
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