Cube - 2010-03-27 It was when World War II was still trendy.
RocketBlender - 2010-03-27 These have been around for a while, in quite a few forms. The other day my chef showed me the catalog of the goods from our 'corporate approved vendors' that are ridiculously overpriced and I pointed out a stainless steel 'restaurant grade' slapchop that was only 9.
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-03-27 Blitzhacker sounds like the name of a cartoonishly stereotypical football player.
CapnJesusHood - 2010-03-27 all rerouting the offensive coordinator's headset mic into the stadium PA system
visiting teams playbooks filling up with animated gifs
Hooper_X - 2010-03-27 I was thinking it sounded like a mean principal or homeroom teacher from a high school comedy.
"Aw gee, Miz Blitzhacker sent me to the Principal's Office again!"
mouser - 2010-03-27 You're confusing with "fuydgepacker".
Syd Midnight - 2010-03-27 K-Tel, known mostly for their music compilations, marketed this protoslapchop in a display of market aggression towards Ronco, Americas premier vendor of useless shit. Ron Popeil responded to the challenge by crazy gluing his head to a girder and throwing in a Pocket Fisherman as a free gift.
At least thats how I remember it
Syd Midnight - 2010-03-27 ps. "Blitzhacker" should be the name of a Third Reich military vehicle