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David Ashton
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cans #4, #5, and #6?
David Ashton   9/10/2013 8:22:10 PM
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@Max....not sure it is sprayable, but rocking horse poo always comes in handy...so when someone comes and says "I can't find any XXXXX, it's like rocking horse s***, you can say "Well I've got that, now go and find some XXXXX !!

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Re: "Quick, Henry, the Flit!"
Max The Magnificent   9/10/2013 3:17:38 PM
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@betajet: Not being from the USA, I'd not heard the "Quick, Henry, the Flit!" before -- thanks for sharing.

I must admit that I do like the idea of a "Bug-B-Gone" spray. OK, that can be #3 of our six-can collection ... but what about cans #4, #5, and #6?

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"Quick, Henry, the Flit!"
betajet   9/10/2013 2:43:52 PM
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Some general-purpose anti-bug spray would be useful, preferably without DDT.

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Re: BS repellent
Max The Magnificent   9/10/2013 9:03:51 AM
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@Rcurl: I once had a sales rep stop by my office and he left me a can of "Dr. E. Howard Zepnik's BS repellent".

I'd like a can of that also -- it strikes me that there would be a market for a rack holding say 6 small cans each marked with a different label. So we already have:

    #1 Jinx Remover

    #2 BS Repellant

What would we have for #3 through #6?

 

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BS repellent
Rcurl   9/10/2013 8:04:35 AM
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I once had a sales rep stop by my office and he left me a can of "Dr. E. Howard Zepnik's BS repellent".  I can't tell you how many times it came in handy over the years.  Unfornuately, it's empty now.  If anyone knows where I can get more of htis magical potion, I'm interested!! 

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