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Old 02-18-2006, 02:42 AM   #1
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Default I am glad that they didnt have this when I was a kid...

http://www.emspowercop.com/

I would have been devastated!
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Old 02-18-2006, 02:52 AM   #2
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****** time thieves...
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**** that. Hit that bitch with a 5lb sledgehammer!!
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Old 02-18-2006, 08:58 AM   #4
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No matter what your not going to stop kids from playing unless you don't buy it for them. What is so hard about disconnecting the timer and just buying a new cord? I didn't play much as a kid but as an adult I play more.
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Thanks orange... Think I will introduce my son to the POWER COP
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i hope they dont make one of those for cars my wife will have one for sure..
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I sort of had one of those, it was called the BELT.
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I sort of had one of those, it was called the BELT.
hahaha, no ****.
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I sort of had one of those, it was called the BELT.

me too...except im hispanic so my grandmother would just get a branch from out side and hit me with that
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Yeah we had one of those too except it was a razor strap and my mom could really swing that biotch

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I sort of had one of those, it was called the BELT.
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http://www.emspowercop.com/

I would have been devastated!

You can't fool us, when you were a kid electricity hadn't been invented yet.....
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No matter what your not going to stop kids from playing unless you don't buy it for them. What is so hard about disconnecting the timer and just buying a new cord? I didn't play much as a kid but as an adult I play more.
just from looking at the pics I think the locking shell closes on the bigger part of the plug so it locks the plug in the unit. Looks like the opening for the cord is just big enough for the cord so like it traps the plug inside
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yeah, but most power cords also unplug from the device itself, so some enterprising young mind will just find/buy another power cord to plug into the "time thief". that is what Mr Yak is saying.
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god forbid if my parents ever tried that **** on me, god forbid...
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yeah, but most power cords also unplug from the device itself, so some enterprising young mind will just find/buy another power cord to plug into the "time thief". that is what Mr Yak is saying.
not the tv that most people have.
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