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Bacon T-Shirts and Doctor Who sonic screwdrivers

Clive Maxfield
8/31/2011 05:40 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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re: Bacon T-Shirts and Doctor Who sonic screwdrivers
Max The Magnificent   9/6/2011 2:13:13 PM
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The Darleks were fantastically scary for their time...

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Jeff.Petro   9/4/2011 9:27:04 AM
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Not to mention it give me nightmares about being hunted down by oversized salt shakers

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Douglas442   9/3/2011 11:31:54 AM
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Mmmm!... BaCoN! Tasty! Speaking of which... I think those SG Crackers would be great for everyone to send as a gift to their favorite ( or least favorite... is there a difference, these days? ) congressman. Those sonics nice, but are they ever pricey! And also out-of-stock. So I guess I'll just have to be satisfied, as usual, with the nearest functional equivalent sold by Harbor Freight. Much cheaper! Comes with batteries! And a whole bunch of ultra-bright LED's in each one, too!

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Max The Magnificent   8/31/2011 6:05:14 PM
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Seeing John Pertwee as Doctor Who certainly takes me back in time (I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself :-)

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