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2007.11.19

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valerie

Oh my! I first read that as a new "Heathkit" and assumed you were doing some newfangled electronics project. I suppose that dates me a bit....when was the last time anyone heard of Heathkits?

Julia

I just might be a serious enough baker to need one of these, but too ignorant to have heard of them before. I'm looking into it. Thanks for the heads up.

Julia

HOly crap! That thing is 2oo bucks! I better sell some stash or something.

Charleen

Very cool! I'm not sure I want one enough to plunk down the bucks though. I'll wait to hear more from you. And Heathkits? What a blast from the past! My brother used to pour over their catalogs.

Leigh

How nifty! I definitely want one! Probably won't make it very high on my list of financial priorities however. :)

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