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    How cool is this?

    I don't know how much it will cost but if it costs around a winter's supply of foot warmers, Santa may have to bring my stash early...
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    does the remote turn them on/off...or does it have a low/med/high setting.

    look pretty cool to me..if they work..and if they last..

    and santa brings you a stash....that's pretty sweet

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    How the hell does that work? Do you charge up the soles and then stick 'em in your shoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garnetspur
    does the remote turn them on/off...or does it have a low/med/high setting.

    look pretty cool to me..if they work..and if they last..

    and santa brings you a stash....that's pretty sweet
    I have a very cool Santa... And my Santa is a she so I get a stash, and I get stashed at the same time...
    Anyways, I'm not sure if that's a remote. It might be a charge meter or adapter to charge what looks to be a lithium battery. The product is not even out yet (it will released at Interbike however)...

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    That remote is actually from a dog shock collar. It will teach you to tap dance.
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    flip...get a pair...then go stand in a creek...and let us know if there's any shock potential..

    and if they'll work after they get wet...if you're still around...that is..

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    Fried adobo.


    I'm assuming those are water resistant up to a point.

    Remember a couple of years ago I think it was TNF that developed a jacket that used battery power to warm the user.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garnetspur
    flip...get a pair...then go stand in a creek...and let us know if there's any shock potential..

    and if they'll work after they get wet...if you're still around...that is..
    If it has shock potential, they're going in my pants baybeee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelaySlave
    Fried adobo.


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    speaking of adobo, thats on the menu tonight as the post clown meal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelaySlave
    Fried adobo.


    I'm assuming those are water resistant up to a point.

    Remember a couple of years ago I think it was TNF that developed a jacket that used battery power to warm the user.
    Off topic, sorry to hijack your thread. Could you check your PM's, Thanks!

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    Wha????

    Nick, what happened to Patrick???????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack'sDad
    Off topic, sorry to hijack your thread. Could you check your PM's, Thanks!
    I responded to you several days ago. I'll re-PM ya'.

    EDIT

    Apparently I didn't save my original reply to you . It was quite long, but I'm actually at the office now, so if you didn't get the original reply, I'll have to send another one perhaps sometime tomorrow.

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    Nick, what happened to Patrick???????????
    That's just a temp avatar sfs....I'll get your boy up soon sometime next week. For right now you'll just have to stick with my ugly mug for the next couple of days .
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