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January 04, 2008


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could the dermatone have been absorbed through your skin and into your brain, affecting cognitive functions? Maybe the section of brain devoted to gybing (that's how I spell it YMMV) wasn't getting enough oxygen?

What is that stuff? Sounds both miraculous and scary at the same time.

Hey, I've been that doofus before, and I'm sure I will again. All you've got to do is pull out a camera and wave it around and I'm sure to start swimming through my jumps and jibes.

I just ordered some Dermatone. I'll be the first in my neighborhood. It'll make me look cool, right?

Difficult to say, Edward. I used Dermatone ("the legendary Swedish formula") again yesterday, and noticed no ill effects whilst gybing. Perhaps you could try some on your voyage to Hawaii (it's got sunscreen and windscreen components)and see if it mucks you up.

Scooper, let me know what you think. It's not a miracle, but I do think it helps in the cold.

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