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Tropicana juice lids -- no, the OTHER Tropicana juice lids -- seem to make good spaceport portals

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SIR!

These runes translate to an expiration date and that date is long past.

The portal might be unstable!

Better send the newbie through first!

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We live in a World filled with all manner of interesting things that we KNOW we can make something cool out of AND which most folks just throw away.

That does have Steam Punk potential as well SciFi. I'm a V8 Guy, but some orange juice might be a nice change.

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