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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by content22207 View Post
    Point of order: that's a washing machine.

    Perhaps there's a reason you're still single: pushing one of those things around the room is unnecessarily difficult compared to a traditional vacuum cleaner.

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    I had a canister vac back in undergrad, but it was a PIA constantly having to tug the canister around and the agitator motors in the heads just never seemed very 'beefy' to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightFlyer View Post
    That's the commandment by which this forum is governed
    Wellll...we are all sinners and headed to Hell then....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron View Post
    Wellll...we are all sinners and headed to Hell then....
    Except Michael...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightFlyer View Post
    I had a canister vac back in undergrad, but it was a PIA constantly having to tug the canister around and the agitator motors in the heads just never seemed very 'beefy' to me.
    Next time buy a 20-30 year old Electrolux (can I hear an "Amen" Matt?).

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    Electrolux is Swedish.

    I like buying crap that was/is made in the USA (the DeLorean being a rare exception).
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightFlyer View Post
    Personally, I think my old school made in USA Hoover vacuums better than her plastic made in only God knows where Asia Dyson, but that's just MHO.
    Brother, you don't know clean until you know the power of a Riccar upright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FABombjoy View Post
    Brother, you don't know clean until you know the power of a Riccar upright.
    Pictures, or it didn't happen.

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    Behold, my Dyson destroyer.
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    Hey guys, this forum has some good information, but you have to wade through a lot of vacuum cleaner pics to find it.

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