Mike Beversluis

Monday, December 04, 2006


I am against the "k" for "c" substitution in words like cool or crispy or California. It's one of my campaign platform planks. But like most politicians, I am willing to compromise for a good cause, i.e., mine. Take the Klever Kuttar, which will dispense with polycarbonate, or even carbonate, clam-shell packing without risk of self-harm. Even better:

Michigan-based marketer Orville Crain went nuts over the Klever Kutter. He tells The Muskegon Chronicle that everybody wants a slice. It's going to be tested in a Michigan supermarket chain where employees have a high rate of box cutter injuries.

Inventor Kempker says he just hopes he can sell enough to replace his '92 Buick Regal.

(A) His name is Orville, and (B) he doesn't want to rule the world, he just wants a new humpty. Sounds good to me.



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