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December 1, 2007

Magnetic Windshield Cover — Episode 2: Blast from the past


This item appeared in Episode 1 back on September 11, 2005, but in the past two years there's been a lot of turnover among joeheads so I figured it was worth another run, especially now that weather's getting scraper-worthy.

From the website:

    Magnetic Windshield Cover

    Heavy–duty plastic windshield cover holds securely to car with built–in magnets.

    Keeps windshield free from snow, frost, bugs, bird droppings, tree sap.

    Keeps interior cooler in summer, too!

    7–foot x 3–foot cover folds to fit in glove compartment.



Although not noted on the website, this device will not work if you own an Audi with an all–aluminum body.

Oh, yeah, one more thing: unless you are a stunt driver for Enterprise Rent–A–Car it would probably be best if you were to remove the cover from your vehicle before its scheduled departure.

Still $2.99same as it ever was.

December 1, 2007 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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"same as it ever was"

That reminds me of a discussion going on over at my website about Stop Making Sense. Ended up finding this link to a concert bootleg in the course of it:


I'd *NEVER* do this with a studio release (or even a professionally released live take), but thought it might be a decent aside....anyhoo...

Posted by: clifyt | Dec 1, 2007 6:24:43 PM

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