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August 29, 2013

Flexo-line — Wait, don't click away: this has NOTHING to do with Miley Cyrus


From the website:


Lightweight Travel Clothesline


For the strength to hold all your wet laundry, forget those cute little suction cup clotheslines.

The Flexo-line holds up to 12 pounds of wet clothes thanks to its surgical-grade natural latex rubber tubing which is woven in THREE braids — not the usual two.

Just loop its ends around a doorknob, hook, shower head, or rod (it stretches to seven feet), then poke a corner of your wet garment in the tight braid to dry — no clothespins needed.

Features and Details:

• Holds up to 12 lb of wet clothes without clothespins or hooks

• Three strands of surgical-grade natural latex rubber tubing

• Loops around a doorknob, hook, shower head, or rod

• May be washed in mild soap and water

• With proper care it will last for years

• Will not snag delicate fabrics

• Weight: 1 ounce


$10.50 (underpants et al. not included)

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Speaking of performers, even ones that posts having nothing to do with - well, I guess Miley Cyrus qualifies - here's another in my completely unauthorized series of "Performers You Should Know About." Since I don't feel like typing much, just read about the amazing Raymond Scott here:

then thrill to the wonderfully weird music in the first half of the video, then, marvel at the fantastic, utterly unique style of the Condos Brothers, tap dancing in cumbersome costumes & on impressively small surfaces as two "wooden Indians":

There's a nice tribute to Steve Condos from a 1990 New York Times article here:

Posted by: Flautist | Aug 29, 2013 9:44:03 PM

This critter is in a whole 'nuther league than snapping towels...

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Aug 29, 2013 2:38:26 AM

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