Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 22:33:51 -0800
Reply-To: Roger Whittaker <rogerwhitt1@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Roger Whittaker <rogerwhitt1@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: I Want To Be A Vanaslob ;o)
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oh ... :-~
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 5:12 PM, george jannini <email@example.com>wrote:
> > too funny ... er what am i to do the german outfitted California model
> comes with Electrolux fridge ;) i guess i will keep my usual prayer and
> meditation stance as i understand it <<
> Dometic- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia... Dometic was
> formerly a division of Electrolux, specialising in products for
> Caravan and Motorhome recreational vehicles, pleasure craft,
> specialist medical refrigeration and in small refrigerators for
> hotels. The brand Dometic was used in the United States and Canada.
> Products were sold as Electrolux in the rest of the world. In August
> 2001 Dometic was sold to EQT, a Scandinavian venture company. In June
> 2005 EQT sold Dometic to BC Partners, another venture capital company.
> IMO, the fact that Electrolux is best known as a manufacturer of
> vacuum cleaners is a good explanation of why our RM182s exhibit a
> marked propensity for sucking.
> '89 WesTiico, "Wernher"
> '67 Kombi, "Puddles"
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Picking up garbage and telling people things.
Successful people do both, with the same good attitude. (riw)
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