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    Default The ULTIMATE Whacker

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    oh..... my..... god.....

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    They are popular and seem to be very functional in the campgrounds at NASCAR races. When you have no electric power and need a fancy drink they sure do the trick.

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    Oh no, he used the words "whacker" and "volunteer" in the same post!!

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    Default Oh god...

    How lame. Black and Decker makes a nice, heavy duty blender
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    NASCAR and "fancy drinks"? Isn't that simply one in a glass?
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    71 days 'til the Bud Shootouts, 79 until Daytona. It can't go fast enough.

    I'll be continuing the new tradition of my FD to use the ol' LCD projector to create a TV screen eight feet tall and eleven feet wide on my garage wall. Now THAT is fun.
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    This thing has PARROTHEAD written all over it. A co-worker has a Black and Decker cordless blender which is pretty neat, though a little weak. He uses it for tailgating at Buffet concerts...

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    Lightbulb

    Originally posted by EastKyFF
    71 days 'til the Bud Shootouts, 79 until Daytona. It can't go fast enough.

    I'll be continuing the new tradition of my FD to use the ol' LCD projector to create a TV screen eight feet tall and eleven feet wide on my garage wall. Now THAT is fun.
    Try using it as a fundraiser...

    We have a Daytona 500 and Bristol Night Race Bash at the station...Ticket = $7.00 donation. We break out the big screen and rent another, one for each side of the room and hook em up to the PA system. We buy NASCAR items and the tickets are drawn from a roll cage for the prizes. We run other NASCAR items off of tip boards. Our ladies aux. makes food...hot dogs, burgers, stuff like that. Makes the guys happy...they can eat, watch the race and gamble w/o getting up from their chairs. It kills two birds with one stone, we can pull off a fundraiser and not miss the race!

    As for the blender, you can mount that (w/ duct tape of course) in the engineer's compartment...right under the shot gun.
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