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Jim, I gotta HAND it to....

you; you may be onto something here. Page 11 of this week's Life magazine reports (with a life-size picture) that Buddha's Hands are selling like hotcakes. Major distributor, Melissa's, reports a 100% increase in sales over the past 5 years. It is seen at chic dining spots like Mira Lago in las Vegas. They say it tastes like a zingier lemon-lime; its peel perks up meats, desserrts, and cocktails.

How many hands do you have on hand, Jim? Time to offer them on eBay after this free advertising.

neIN, Zone 5
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