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  1. #1
    Registered PhantomChaos's Avatar
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    Cookies for the Military

    As we do our best to put out a good product for our military cleints, maybe this will put a smile on your face.

    This is no BS. Evidently there really is a Mil-Spec for just about anything.

    Click HERE for the full PDF
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    Re: Cookies for the Military

    That is unbelievable. Did you read that? It makes cookies sound like missles. It would take days to make a batch of these.

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    Neno the mind boggler VIP Member glassdave's Avatar
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    Re: Cookies for the Military

    to funny . . . an they are only $147.00 a dozen
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    Re: Cookies for the Military

    They are the guidelines for the cookies that are to be mass produced and packaged in MREs. They have to be edible after 3 years of storage so the instructions need to be fairly precise.

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    Re: Cookies for the Military

    grrrrrrr , im working on a gun control card cage for ........... believe it or not , an """APACHE""" helicopter as i type this. its going to take all day just to wade thru the mil specs. its no wonder toilet seats cost 30k.
    toilet seat materials-$50.00
    paperwork cost-$29,950.

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