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Old 06-03-2010, 09:11 AM   #1
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In my basement workshop I am working on a new idea for a transmission to go on our motor homes. I have named it the ''Turbo Etnabulator'' and here is a brief description as to how it will work and save us a fortune in fuel costs...
The transmission will supply power in an universal tabulator structure and would also supply inverse reactive current but would also supply power for phase detractors and would also be capable of synchronizing cardinal gram eaters. This new transmission would be called the ''Turbo Entabulator''
Basicly the only new principal involved would be the capability of producing power using motors and would be produced by modial reluctance and and capacitave directance. The original concept of using pre fabulated amulite as a desprideriser surmounted by a logrythmic casing in such a way that the two primary sperthing bearings will be in line with a panametric fan, the latter considting of six hydro coptic fans sulfated to the ambervated slide shaft to prevent the dreaded side fumbling we all hate so much. The main winding is of course of the lotus and or delta pattern configuration placed in panandemic slots of the stator shaft and every seventh conductor being despriderised adjusted with a non reversable gyrtle pipe connected to the main shaft on the upper end of the forward glemmie.
The Turbo Entabulator has now reached a high end of development and is being presently used in the highly acclaimed Novercondit used in the space program. And of course when a foresent score motion is required is in specific situations it may also be used in a drawn reciprocating motion used used in conjunction with the new drawn dingle arm to reduce to reduce the hated side slap motion of the soinice soiled repleneration.
I want everyone to understand that this will not be a cheap add on for your coach but it will be well worth the money when I figure out how to ship it
This is another fine product from the Handy Dandy Corperation . The company that knows what you want before you even want it ...
Seajay the sailor man .''
please take a number and get in line for this fine product...

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Old 06-03-2010, 09:15 AM   #2
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Hey Seajay;

What you really need is a flux capacitor so that you can generate 1 zillion gigawatts of power and go back to the future.


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Old 06-03-2010, 10:05 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Seajay View Post
This is another fine product from the Handy Dandy Corperation . The company that knows what you want before you even want it ...

Tell me . . . how can we invest in this fine company??
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I saw that on you tube. Something from a General Motors spoof engineer who just ad libbed his way through the whole speel...funny
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This video will clearly explain it all.

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Old 06-03-2010, 01:51 PM   #6
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I've been contemplating taking automation to the next level in my coach.

Has anyone tried one of these?

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This simply shows that the little guy working in his basement hasnt got a chance. Only the other night I saw some guy sneaking round peeking in my basement window and looking like he was taking notes and making drawings of my ''Turbo Etnabulator''. When I asked his purpose in being there he proclaimed he was with the government and he was there to help me. He also had on one of those ''camera tie tacks'' and I am sure he was making pictures of my ''Turbo Etnabulator'' and copying my engineering notes on same ...... I guess the only thing to do now is to invent an ''Inverted despriderizer'' for the re constitution of rubber roof material which is grown by the sun light shining on it and it will make your tires get thicker tread as you drive them in reverse.
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Yep, there's nothing like plagiarism to bring out a chuckle! Good job.
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See! If it ain't nailed down,a squid 'ill steal it.They sure are nefarious creatures.
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Amen to the squid thief!

Seajay, take another hit on that pipe and go to bed!

On second thought, put some spinach in that pipe and play "sailor man."

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