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June 13, 2010

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Bas

I have just found this stove it look good
http://www.occuk.co.uk/outdoor

Giles

Nick, when hiking in remote locations and coming across signs enquiring about "pimps, faggots and benders...." my friend, the safest thing to do is RUN!!!!

Nick Weston


It was at an agricultural show- no danger!

To: nickweston@hotmail.com

smithdent

That rss feature on your blog here is magnificent, you should tell more folks about it in your upcoming post. I haven’t noted it for the first couple of times, now I’m using it each morning to check on any updates. I’m on a very slow dial-up link in Jakarta and it’s quite frustrating to sit there and wait for such a long time ’til the page loads… but hey, I just found your rss page and added it to the Google Reader and there you are… I’m always up-to-date! Well pal, keep up the good work and make that rss button a little bigger so that other people can enjoy that as well :-P

Pugsy

Looking for portable stoves for a camping adventure. Thanks for the recommendation

jo

""Fire is without doubt the greatest discovery by man- ever, without it our ancestors would have been cold and hungry""

Highly debatable and opinionated but each to their own :)
The Maori used woven flax to keep warm.
Some people eat only raw foods and are happy with the smaller amount of food opportunities. Like our animal friends.
Makes them harder to kill by the forces of nature [sounds counter productive I know]

TJ

Jo meant to edit his post on the 7th November to:

"Very, slightly debatable and seen as a tenuous opportunity for pedantry by myself; in order to demonstrate my superior knowledge on the interweb... No doubt you are all so awed by my knowledge of the world and human culture; that you will fail to notice -that I don't mention ANYTHING to do with the product, the review or the concept discussed."

He wanted me to let you know! :)

Thanks for the review.

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