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#29332 - 09/14/03 06:30 AM Don't Chew Wire, Chew Candy or Gum Instead
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#29333 - 09/14/03 06:32 AM Re: Don't Chew Wire, Chew Candy or Gum Instead
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Maybe a lesson here as well for those who strip wires with their teeth!

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#29334 - 09/14/03 08:09 AM Re: Don't Chew Wire, Chew Candy or Gum Instead
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great Joe....at least i'll have a clue!

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#29335 - 09/14/03 01:28 PM Re: Don't Chew Wire, Chew Candy or Gum Instead
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I wonder if his boss chewed him out for causing all that trouble?

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