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I can't attest to the veracity of this potential new Acme product which recently came to my attention. I was able to obtain a pre-publication advertising draft and some raw footage of a test commercial. (Don't ask how...) It apparently involves some kind of high-end nano technology or something. Anyway, check it out.



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Hell, I hope Wile E. Coyote doesn't get hold of this anything could happen.

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Hard drive magnets are some of my favorite things to salvage. It is impressive the holding power they have.

You are about 5 months late (or 7 months early) posting this!

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"the multiplicities of interacting factors" - can Google translate this to English.........

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"the multiplicities of interacting factors" - can Google translate this to English.........
I fear that may have been the translation!!

Another gem Oliver, thanks!!
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Nice one Oliver.

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Oliver I always thought that Acme was fully owned by Roadrunner Industries so are you ion breach of Copyright? N
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Actually, as this pictures demonstrates, Wile E, the chief tester at Acme, really doesn't need their products anymore.
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Good one, Barry!

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