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Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Fixite Do: The Ancient Martial Art of Appliance Repair

Most folks think of appliance repair as just another one of the technical trades, like a plumber or electrician. And, it's true, there are those who practice appliance repair as merely a trade. But did you know that appliance repair is actually an ancient martial art, older than Kung Fu, Karate Do, and Tae Kwon Do all put together? Yes, my leetle Grasshoppers, I shi'ite you not. The ancient martial art of appliance repair is called Fixite Do. According to archeological records, Fixite Do originated in Lower Slabovia sometime during the Fermentecean era, which began right after the Jurassic era. You may be interested to know that Samurai Appliance Repair Man is a fully trained and certifiable master in the ancient appliance repair martial art of Fixite Do. The picture below is a representation of the Samurai applying his art (click the picture for a larger view):

The Samurai Demonstrates Fixite Do

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good to see the baby in the picture is wearing safety gloves. safety first!!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at April 01, 2005 10:04 AM  

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