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Old 09-02-2007, 02:10 PM   #11
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According to extensive research at Mississippi State University, either the right or left will work. After several hours of test, some participants noted that both hands were needed however.

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After several hours of test, some participants noted that both hands were needed however.

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Thatís my kind of grill. Itís as fun to make it as it is to use it! Yee-Haw!

But I was wondering, why do they call it Labor Day when everyone is typically off work???? Mine is going to LaborLESS Day!
20 years ago I was in labor - THAT'S why they call it Labor Day!

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