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    Spam fries well in aluminum pans. Don't know about magnesium ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Koch
    Spam fries well in aluminum pans. Don't know about magnesium ones.
    It fries well there too, just don't get the mag pan too hot. Otherwise, it's Lemans, 1955, all over again... http://members.aol.com/healeypics/lemans.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob F.
    "magneisum" - "alominium"
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    Actually, can we have a Spelling Monitor for thread titles? I don't mind the spelling in the posts, but bad spelling and poor grammar in the thread titles leaps out at me...

    Cheers, Bob.
    If I see minor misspellings in a serious thread title, I'll fix it.

    In this case I think I'll let it stand

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    I'm sure if you contact him, he will be willing to sell you both peices that were recovered from the crash.

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    What? No one willing to state they prefer silver?
    Is this turning into the digi forum or what?


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    I always wondered how to spell "alominium".
    Semper Fi & God Bless America
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    I prefer plaidinum (a tartan metal)

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    Leitz at one time made binoculars with an aluminum/magnesium alloy called magnolium. Izzat what he meant?
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer
    Leitz at one time made binoculars with an aluminum/magnesium alloy called magnolium. Izzat what he meant?
    If Linhof had made them, would they have used Linoleum?

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    I remember an ad in a cycling mag peddling a product made with unobtainium.

    My favourite chemical is alludium fosdex - the shaving foam atom, as searched out by Duck Dodgers in the 23 1/2 century! in the Bugs Bunny and Road Runner movie.
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