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Darwin's Mobile Kebabs

RF is your friend
 
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Everyone has been driving somewhere before on a long road trip and had a hankering for fresh, hot shish kebabs that just wouldn't stop. Now with the Darwin Mobile Kebab skewer kit, you too can cook some tasty kebabs while on the road.

The kebab skewers are magnet mount quick disconnect 6" antennas connected to the Darwin Cook-Er-D-Lux RF generator broadcasting 200 watts of 2.45GHz microwave energy directly into the CENTER of your kebabs, for that mouth watering 'cooked from the inside out' flavor. Power is adjustable to match cooking times to drive times.

Also includes RF shield that doubles as a bug guard, but you can leave it off if you like crunchy surprizes.

We also sell a 102" mega-kebab skewer for use at Citizens Band (27MHz) frequencies.

Mr Burns, Feb 24 2004

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       If you put the antenna on the front of the bumper, you don't even have to preload the kebab. You just need to run into something tasty.
GenYus, Feb 24 2004
  

       That's where I thought he was headed with this one.
yabba do yabba dabba, Feb 24 2004
  

       Excellent...(+)...and what about sauce? Continual basting from the wiper squirters?
lintkeeper2, Feb 24 2004
  

       Now the kebab jones is strong in me. And what am I going to do about it? Eat a cafeteria burger and pretend it's a kabob? Fishbone for your cruelty, [Burns]. Ok, actually its a bun, but it smells like fish, dang it.
bungston, Feb 24 2004
  

       Yes, picturing Yoda's voice:   

       "The kebab jones is strong in this one"   

       I think I'm going to lunch now.
normzone, Feb 25 2004
  
      
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