All I Want For Christmas

December 12, 2008

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Every now and again we witness a great product whose inventor didn’t think through the all the ramifications of the product’s name. I think of a kid in grade school whose name was Ian Boner. I used to wonder what his parents were thinking, maybe they weren’t. Well, in the spirit of Frenzier Friday, we bring you the perfect Christmas Present with the oh-so perfect name.

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6 Responses to “All I Want For Christmas”

  1. Mike Aydelotte Says:

    WOW. I would love to have a Boner. After watching one in action, it would appear as if you might be incompetent doing the job without one.

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    This a prefect gift for anyone on your list and I am sure we would even have an endorsement from Dr. Gillespie on how important this is when fishing. Just remember once you use the Wunder Boner you will never leave home with out it.

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  2. Michael Says:

    Hey, Merry Christmas Big H!! That is so cool!! It’s amazing how inventions transformed us into the high tech society we are today. Anything can help me to become a better outdoorsman, I’m in! I have an awesome invention that I sell for anglers as well. Take a peek & let me know what you think. We have the world’s smallest fly fishing reels too Hoss, I know you’ll dig that! Let me know your address & I’ll send you out a combo to do a review & post the results w/ a little plug for the site. http://penfishingrods.com

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    Big Hoss Reply:

    The Frenzy group would love to do a review. Email me at brent.ramey@gmail.com and we can chat.

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    Michael Reply:

    Will do! Happy Holidays!

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