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February 27, 2006

Leather Fly Swatter


Back in the day plastics wasn't even an eight–letter word, much less the one word Dustin Hoffman as Benjamin Braddock needed to remember as he began to make his way in the world.

No, leather was where it was at and some places it still is.

From the website:

    Leather Fly Swatter

    Put an end to pesky flies

    Here in Ohio farm country, we've got fly–swatting down to a fine art.

    Now you can be an expert, too.

    Tough hand–sewn head of tanned cowhide is almost 1/8" thick.

    The extra weight of the head plus the extended 15" wire handle combines for the extra killing power you need.

    20" long.

    Amish-made in Ohio.


Clearly the Dalai Lama has not had a whole lot of influence in Ohio farm country, as yet.


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Bad fly. You must be punished. Now - where's that insect-sized gimp mask?

Posted by: Skipweasel | Feb 27, 2006 2:02:52 PM

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