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Old 03-22-2008, 03:29 AM   #11
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hey could be worse, he shot a cat with a frozen paintball a couple nights ago!
Hey don't be giving Victor any ideas about frozen paintballs or Pin Pin will be his next frozen paintball target.

......Bill, you're busted.
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I was a witness to this particular crime of stupidity, in my opinion this whole misunderstanding could have been avoided if the person in question had stopped to tie his shoe lace.
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instant karma huh? poor pooch, lol
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Cruelty to animals is a felony here.
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Standing on a chair blasting the neighbor'* dog over the fence with my airzooka.

Stepped down after the dog ran around the house to hide. Biffed.




On my SHOELACE. Sprained my wrist trying to save my airzooka from damage.
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serves you right lol
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does biffed mean tripped?
never heard it called that before.
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Cruelty?

Does anyone here besides the WCBF crowd even know what an airzooka is and what it does?

Shadd, it survived intact.
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does biffed mean tripped?
never heard it called that before.
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but i do recall a person in a movie...called biff...having shoelaces tied together? that sounds familiar
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Cruelty?

Does anyone here besides the WCBF crowd even know what an airzooka is and what it does?

Shadd, it survived intact.

I must admit that I had to look it up.



Launch A Full Air Assault - Without Ever Leaving The Ground!

Airzooka is the 'fun gun' that blows a harmless ball of air towards any object, person (or animal!). The airball will travel up to thirty feet and beyond...

Cackle with amusement as, seemingly from nowhere, you are able to mess up a person'* hair, ruffle their shirt, dress, or TPS reports from a distance, or just plain blow 'em away!.

The Airzooka is surprisingly accurate and Office Dogs Loathe Them!. But it'* so fun to watch Cisco twenty feet away suddenly leap a foot into the air because of the ghost like ball of air that just nailed him. Needless to say all our office dogs are generating AirZooka Psychosis, but we suppose that'* part of being an office dog.

Requiring no batteries or electricity, AirZooka operates simply by pulling and releasing a built-in elastic air launcher. And here'* the best part: because it shoots air, you'll never run out of ammo (unless you happen to be on the moon!).
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Send me the link John. Where can I get one?

I want one of those toys. It'* so much fun.

On second thought........Bill Wren can buy a few of those puppies and myself and other members attending WCBF can pick it up this summer and pay him.
It only costs about $15. but the shipping to Canada is $35 and then tax and brokerage fees add another $20.
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