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(asciimation.co.nz)   The Jet Powered Beer Cooler (via slashdot.org)   ( asciimation.co.nz) divider line
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1295 clicks; posted to Main » on 29 Jul 2001 at 8:12 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-07-29 10:12:49 AM  
what a dipshiat
2001-07-29 11:46:57 AM  

yes, im using this wonderful site to post up the link of my FAVORITE BAND! so sue me. CHECK EM OUT!! they rock :)
2001-07-29 02:40:47 PM  
I remember a similar idea that's been developed for people without access to refrigeration (hikers maybe), but in a smaller version. Don't know if it's actually on the market, though.
2001-07-29 03:00:48 PM  
Cool and stupid - very farkable.
2001-07-29 05:27:30 PM  
Just drink your beer and shaddup. If it bugs you cuz it's warm, drink ten or fifteen more.
2001-07-29 05:50:57 PM  
This guy should get kicked in the balls for using a black background and trying to blind everyone who tries to read it.
2001-07-30 12:06:59 AM  
Tucci should be kicked in the balls for posting that kind of comment after reading what was one of the more interesting and amusing articles of the day.
2001-07-30 12:19:26 AM  
...and after spending hundreds of dollars in parts building a jet engine and buying fuel, and almost blowing himself up when the PVC pipe melted, his next door neighbor came up and said, "Hey, mate, I've got this old fridge I was about to get rid of...you wouldn't happen to have a use for one of those little waist-high jobbies, would ya?"

It's a guy thing.
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