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Nope, it's a real fan! It was at my house, but then a buddy wanted it. So, I sent it to him, and I don't know if he still has it.

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 Originally Posted By: walleyes12
LMAO-

I can't believe its taken me this long to read this post!

You have truly missed out. Food will taste better, the air will seem cleaner, and soon- you will win the Powerball.

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 Originally Posted By: zamboni
 Originally Posted By: walleyes12
LMAO-

I can't believe its taken me this long to read this post!

You have truly missed out. Food will taste better, the air will seem cleaner, and soon- you will win the Powerball.

Or maybe acquire a 20 inch box fan..... \:D

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 Originally Posted By: Cicada
I took a deep breath and passed out. Fat guys shouldn't ever do that. I might have damaged my melon if I weren't so thick skulled.

now this whole ordeal of passing out could have been avoided if you would have had a 20 inch box fan to blow the air back into you.

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Geez, wish I'd have thought of that. I kind of looked stupid with the duct tape I used for bandages. Hurt when I removed it too.

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Kansas City Royals in first place???

Heard on the radio this morning that the Royals are attributing the fast start to recently locating their official lucky 20" box fan. It apparently went missing quite a few years ago. Most said they would never have recognized the fan because it had been diguised with a unicorn and teddy bear stickers. For years, they suspected a Minnesota fan had "aquired" the fan but had been unable to prove it. Right now, no legal action will be taken. They just hope the fan can get them through the season. Plans are for a homecoming celebration durnig the next home stand. It will be honored in a pregame ceremony that will include George Brett, Willie Wilson, and Jamie Quirk. David Cone who was excluded from the celebration because he never played with the fan suggested a monument and plaque be erected to educate newer Royals fans of the important tradition and history the fan provided in establishing the Royals legacy in Major League Baseball.

Geez, I better get back to work.

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If it was college football, the Twins and Royals could be playing for the "20 inch Box Fan". What a trophy that would be.

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On a serious note how much impact will the Royals 1st loss of the season have on the Fan can you imagine the increase in value both sentimental and monetary if the Royals could have ran the table 162-0.

just wondering!

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I know that market share has gone up on teddy bears and unicorns, I wonder if it has anything to do with the fan's popularity.....hhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmm

Hunter

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 Originally Posted By: Cicada
Kansas City Royals in first place???

Heard on the radio this morning that the Royals are attributing the fast start to recently locating their official lucky 20" box fan. It apparently went missing quite a few years ago. Most said they would never have recognized the fan because it had been diguised with a unicorn and teddy bear stickers. For years, they suspected a Minnesota fan had "aquired" the fan but had been unable to prove it. Right now, no legal action will be taken. They just hope the fan can get them through the season. Plans are for a homecoming celebration durnig the next home stand. It will be honored in a pregame ceremony that will include George Brett, Willie Wilson, and Jamie Quirk. David Cone who was excluded from the celebration because he never played with the fan suggested a monument and plaque be erected to educate newer Royals fans of the important tradition and history the fan provided in establishing the Royals legacy in Major League Baseball.

Geez, I better get back to work.

Did you, by chance, hear this on the FAN? grin.gif

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That's allright.Just kick back,relax with your favorite beverage, and sit in front of a 20 inch box fan,if you have one,enjoying the day. grin.gif

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I'm sorry to report that I have the fan. And I have sent it to my family of 5 brothers and 1 sister living in the family trailer in a trailer park in iowa. It is being used too cool the bullheads as they come out of the fryer too hot. My father also uses the fan to cool his foot, he only has one sock, the other has been sock napped. Sorry for any inconviniences.

All repairs have been made as my brother has a talent for fixing things. He used the motor out of the old vw van that has broke down. My cousins live in the van out in the front yard now. Do not try to locate the fan or the vw van as i will send my toothless sister out with the shotgun to protect them

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Kidnapping and transporting the box fan over state lines is a federal offense. Someone please notify the FBI.

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I really hate to admit this, but I did see the fan last weekend in a low budget porno, I didnt want to say anything though. Look for it in the next episode of "True Hollywood Stories".

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 Originally Posted By: Ude Lake Tom
Naw....Just some Fan Dancers!!!

OHHHH now there was a sneaky funny !!!

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LOL, that's a good un!

Got the "boom chicka wa waa boom chicka wa waa" playing in the back round!

Hunter

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