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CyberGoddess
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Icon 1 posted July 27, 2003 11:17      Profile for CyberGoddess   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
All bow to the Titanium Spork...

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(why yes, I am feeling alright today... [Smile] )

We saw this in REI the other day and Jason snagged one of the extra price tags and came home and scanned it.

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CyberGoddess
La Goddess of Go-Go :)
http://www.kageneko.net
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"Chaos. Panic. Disorder. My work here is done."

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ph34r teh fluf1bun1
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Icon 3 posted July 27, 2003 11:18      Profile for ph34r teh fluf1bun1     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
The Almighty Spork... [devil wand]

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"Professional software should have dancing pigs in pink tutus"

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TonyRad
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Icon 10 posted July 27, 2003 11:37      Profile for TonyRad     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I want one!!!! Please... Maybe some special people on this site will see it and start selling them... [evil]

Tony Rad

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unclefungus
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Icon 6 posted July 27, 2003 17:52      Profile for unclefungus   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
<mesmorized awe>where can i get one of those?!?! </mesmorized awe>

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Professional software should not have dancing paperclips.

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CyberGoddess
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Icon 1 posted July 27, 2003 18:10      Profile for CyberGoddess   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Right here, actually! [Smile]

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CyberGoddess
La Goddess of Go-Go :)
http://www.kageneko.net
After Y2K Fan Club Member #15

"Chaos. Panic. Disorder. My work here is done."

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Lex
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Icon 1 posted July 27, 2003 18:38      Profile for Lex   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Wow. Thats even better than the stainless steel spork my friend made me. Mmmm, titanium.

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Tut-an-Geek

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Icon 1 posted July 27, 2003 19:14      Profile for Tut-an-Geek   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
REI has some pretty neat stuff...
This drybag has saved my cell phone and other items quite a few times (great for carrying tools in, etc), I keep it with me at all times, in the boston whaler, laser, 420,jy-15, sunfish, or day sailor, and i've found it to be essential for the gear that i store in it, and it has saved my ass many times by helping me keep tools right by my side, and keeping them dry

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Xanthine

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Icon 1 posted July 27, 2003 20:52      Profile for Xanthine     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I like REI. They have provided me with most of my gear, including much older versions of this harness and this backpack. Oh, and let us not foget the almighty plastic climbing boots and my beloved helmet (mine's the red one). And how can I also fail to mention that REI is also where I picked up Trusty II ?

I think I'll pass on the spork though. I'm pretty happy with my sawed-off, plastic spoon. [Big Grin]

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FatGnome
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Icon 1 posted July 27, 2003 21:43      Profile for FatGnome     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I just like climbing on the rock walls they have set up at many of their stores. I buy my Nalgene bottles there. (next in my collection will be a Yellow small mouth)

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WinterSolstice

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Icon 10 posted July 28, 2003 06:02      Profile for WinterSolstice     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
A Ti spork...

All I can say is wow. If I didn't spend all of my money on my bike, I'd probably buy one! REI is too cool. How about one with an apple logo on it?

-WS

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Titanium Warrior
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Icon 1 posted July 28, 2003 06:43      Profile for Titanium Warrior   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Ewwwy... in Canada, we can ham by-products and call it spork....

I saw the heading and was frightened.... fear the spam like spork.

On the same topic, I once saw 140 recipes for SPAM in Safeway once. What's your favorite SPAM dish? yick! [shake head]

TiW

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Fixerbob
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Icon 5 posted July 28, 2003 13:09      Profile for Fixerbob     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Looks like a pickle spoon to me.

[Razz]

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Cap'n Vic

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Icon 1 posted July 28, 2003 13:20      Profile for Cap'n Vic     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Titanium Warrior:
Ewwwy... in Canada, we can ham by-products and call it spork....


TiW

I know.....I see Spork on the store shelf all the time, I wonder if anyone buys/eats that stuff.

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rw

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Icon 1 posted July 29, 2003 07:30      Profile for rw   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Wow, just like a real plastic spork -- tined so it can't really be used as a spoon, concave and blunt so it can't be used as a fork.
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GeekAvenger
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Icon 12 posted July 29, 2003 22:26      Profile for GeekAvenger   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
All the fun of crazy fast food chain stores... [crazy]

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Geekier Than Thou. I think academically so therefore I'm a geek?

Ah the wonders of the crowd.

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