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    Childs play.

    If it were me I would use the rotors to take the caps off!

    lol. Tom.

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    Very nice. Some skills required for doing such a stunt.

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    Thats 1 expensive way to do it, i want a helicopter bottle opener!
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    whatever is going on!

    i much prefer the cheap way ;o)) all you have to do is take the beer in your left hand and the opener in your right hand. it really is that simple. oh by the way, several times nightly for best results.
    enjoy your beer chaps... ian
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