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A very pointed question

February 25th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Kate asks a very sharp pointed question of Stu Cranstence and he lobs it back over the net with ease. Here Stu shows how adept he is at debate and logic.

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  1. June 15th, 2010 at 06:53 | #1

    To Old Pappy and all other people,
    Although Stryreechlinstral is not for everyone, it’s important for everyone to ask their doctor about Stryreechlinstral. In these challenging times, if you’re having trouble affording any of the many Juggernaut products, Juggernaut wants to help. It’s our humble goal to be a part of the lives of everyone on EARTH, the planet we all call home and care so much about. Stryreechlinstrall is derived from nature which includes rocks AND sticks. So, yes, Old Pappy, you’re right and Juggernaut is on your side.
    Rootsin Toobers
    Juggernaut Head of Marketing

  2. David
    April 6th, 2010 at 21:10 | #2

    Kate,
    You say you are a “Real Archaeologist”, and you know what a stick and a rock are.
    Have you ever been out of your back yard? Stu travels to the end of the earth, where the land ends water starts, he goes where people live in mobile homes. He goes where U-haul does not permit there vehicals, I heard he was seen at the Street Fair. Do you even know were 4th Ave is?,, I didn’t think so.
    You may have upset him, We haven’t heard much from him lately.

    PS, Your shirt is dirty.

  3. February 27th, 2010 at 19:59 | #3

    I tremble at the thought of any radio show starring Stu Cranstence. I will be a frequent caller.

  4. February 27th, 2010 at 19:05 | #4

    Kate,
    The only things that I am afraid of, besides endangered birds, are things i can’t control. Things that fly out of the sky and kill you – like meteorites, stalagmites and stalagtites! Also, Kate, I will be starting my own A.M. Talk radio show soon!

  5. February 27th, 2010 at 05:25 | #5

    Ok, guys, did you all notice that Stu didn’t even answer the question? Granted, the Stryreechlinstral helped loosen his tongue . . . but not enough to help him weasel his way out.

    Know what I think? I think Stu is afraid of women. Take that, Stu!

  6. February 26th, 2010 at 23:17 | #6

    To Old Pappy and all other people,
    Although Stryreechlinstral is not for everyone, it’s important for everyone to ask their doctor about Stryreechlinstral. In these challenging times, if you’re having trouble affording any of the many Juggernaut products, Juggernaut wants to help. It’s our humble goal to be a part of the lives of everyone on EARTH, the planet we all call home and care so much about. Stryreechlinstrall is derived from nature which includes rocks AND sticks. So, yes, Old Pappy, you’re right and Juggernaut is on your side.
    Rootsin Toobers
    Juggernaut Head of Marketing

  7. Old Pappy
    February 26th, 2010 at 17:57 | #7

    Ay boys. i’m wonderin’ where a person on a limited budget can get natural Stryreechlinstral? Does it exist in certain special “sticks” or “rocks” in nature? I bet that woman archeo lady doesn’t know. Stu became very agile in his response as soon as he took a bunch of those pills! I want to be just as smart as Stu but I got no money. Do illegal aliens (Mexicans, not Canadians)smuggle Styreechlinstral over the border? Maybe they can sell franchise to me (on credit)? I don’t like hikin’ in desert in the dark tho. I’m sceered of cops too.

  8. Bill
    February 26th, 2010 at 09:50 | #8

    Stu, you are a very forceful and compelling speaker. Have you considered being on talk radio?

  9. Hannah
    February 25th, 2010 at 13:55 | #9

    I can always count on Stu to say the things he says.

  10. JRo
    February 25th, 2010 at 12:27 | #10

    Clearly, that so-called “Real Archaeologist” does not fully comprehend the nature of Stu’s findings. But the real import of this video is that it powerfully shows us in real time how Stryreechlinstral can help in an anxious situation. (Being an editor, I feel compelled, with apologies, to point out a possible typo in the labeling: the box says “90 DAYS”; surely it meant to say “900 DAYS.” I found no other errors.)

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