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Max The Magnificent
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re: Death by armpit!
Max The Magnificent   7/20/2012 6:26:04 PM
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But then there will be something new to worry about, so I can't win :-)

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re: Death by armpit!
Munster   7/20/2012 6:18:46 PM
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Over the years I've been breathing, there has literly been "studies" indicating everthing from breathing to eating anything will cause death. Max, if you fear your stink not stuff, just wait a few years. There will be a study nulifying the one you are worried about.

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re: Death by armpit!
KB3001   7/13/2012 8:47:31 AM
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A long time ago, one of my English teachers used to say to us: I am prepared to accept all forms of American spelling (z's for s' etc.) but not "color"! That's just plain wrong lol He then used to go on for about 40-50sec trying to pronounce colour the way it's spelt in the US, murmuring: no, that's just plain wrong! :-) PS. Never understood his particular problem with "color". He never made a big fuss about "labor" or "neighbor" :-)

Max The Magnificent
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re: Death by armpit!
Max The Magnificent   7/12/2012 10:55:07 PM
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The answer is that I am a "Cunning Linguist" who speaks two languages -- English and American (where the latter typically involves shorter words and a smaller vocabulary :-) Since I currently hang my hat in Alabama, I feel it behooves me to pontificate in the local argot :-)

old account Frank Eory
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re: Death by armpit!
old account Frank Eory   7/12/2012 10:44:19 PM
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Max, my only question is why you chose the American spelling "aluminum" rather than the British "aluminium"?

Max The Magnificent
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re: Death by armpit!
Max The Magnificent   7/12/2012 6:45:16 PM
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@"...and very little work to boot." I like that part :-)

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re: Death by armpit!
Ralphr   7/12/2012 5:48:10 PM
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Just dissolve baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) in water until some is settled at the bottom, (saturated solution) apply that to a washcloth, and wipe the pits down. Smell gone... No magic chemicals at all, and very little work to boot.

Max The Magnificent
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re: Death by armpit!
Max The Magnificent   7/12/2012 1:30:12 PM
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LOL

Max The Magnificent
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re: Death by armpit!
Max The Magnificent   7/12/2012 1:30:04 PM
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@"exersize and showers and air conditioning are your only hope" I was sad to see that you didn't mention beer :-(

I_B_GREEN
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re: Death by armpit!
I_B_GREEN   7/12/2012 1:59:54 AM
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or this ARMPIT could be a new name for my chinese ARM/Android phone that sucks!

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