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Old 10-02-08, 10:20 AM   #1
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Don't you wish you could use this on those rude drivers

Tongue & Cheek...In no way serious or would ever think about actually doing this... In a daydream yes..



http://www.shomer-tec.com/product/sp...cratch-328.cfm

These "special ingredients" are just what you may need in some "special situations". Manufactured under contract by DSG Laboratories to fulfill the occasional unusual operational requirement of CIA and other federal agents, these products are now available for non-governmental sale. Use only with utmost discretion.

This stuff has an insatiable appetite for automobile paint. It eats everything it touches, right down to the bare metal. Once it hits bottom, it then starts spreading and devouring even more paint. Use only with extreme discretion.

or maybe this inside a open window!

These "special ingredients" are just what you may need in some "special situations". Manufactured under contract by DSG Laboratories to fulfill the occasional unusual operational requirement of CIA and other federal agents, these products are now available for non-governmental sale. Use only with utmost discretion.

Before you use this incredibly foul putrifier, take a moment to reflect on all the roadkill left out in the scorching sun. With this nice little vial, you now have the ability to creatively re-create this special odor at a time and place of your choosing.
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Old 10-02-08, 10:23 AM   #2
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That liquid keyscratch would be great if I could use it as a paint stripper
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Old 10-02-08, 10:45 AM   #3
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I've always wanted to paint ball errant motorists... I figure once you mark 'em they are easier to avoid in the future. Also once marked, the cops can keep an eye out for these guys and see where else they "cross the line."
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