[Greenbuilding] Free Sunfrost fridge/freezer up for grabs [if it wasn't OT before, it certainly is now]
tedinoue at gmail.com
Fri Feb 13 15:26:26 CST 2009
ok, I have no idea how you folks got to talking about male sexual organs.
I'm just trying to trying to do a good deed by making available a very
expensive fridge for someone who can actually use it. I've given away things
on local freecycle and craig's list and I just get people who are obviously
going to sell it on EBay. Posting on this site, I was hoping to find some
folks who understood the value of a SunFrost fridge.
If you're worried about wasted bytes, then why waste bandwidth with trash
On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 3:33 PM, RT <ArchiLogic at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Feb 2009 15:09:45 -0500, Beatrice Dohrn <
> beatricedohrn at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I was wondering what part of lifting a heavy fridge the penis is good for?
> You, as a member of the penile-challenged species, would of course, not
> have a clue as to the utility of said member in lifting a heavy fridge so
> I'm gonna' 'splain eet to you now. Hokay?
> If you've ever seen a chipmunk swimming across a lake with a pike in hot
> pursuit (and who hasn't ?) you will notice that its tail is in an erect,
> "Periscope UP!" orientation.
> You, not being a chipmunk and not having a tail, probably don't have a clue
> as to what that tail is doing.
> But we Penile Beings know exactly why that tail is oriented in such a
> fashion and the utility of such.
> You, OTOH, being of the Mammary Mob, probably wouldn't approach the moving
> of a heavy fridge in the same stoopit fashion that we stoopit Penile Beings
> would so it would be pointless IMO to explain the finer points of penile
> remote sensing and navigation to you.
> My guess is that you'd do something intelligent like use a dolly (note the
> gender of the device, ie not a "ralph" or a "joe") to move bulky/heavy
> objects or do something wily, like trick 4 stoopit penile beings into moving
> the fridge for you.
> But all that aside, I too had to wonder why the OP posted the offer to a
> listserver whose membership is international.
> I would have thought that something like the local Freecycle or Kijiji
> would have been more appropriate.
> === * ===
> Rob Tom
> Kanata, Ontario, Canada
> < A r c h i L o g i c at ChaffY a h o o dot C a >
> (manually winnow the chaff from my edress in your reply)
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