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    The Official Abandoned Refrigerator Appreciation Thread!

    Years ago, I started a thread about abandoned refrigerators. I was going to dig it up in honor of the opening scene of Indiana Jones IV. Alas, I cannot find it.

    Please interpret the title as you will. It can either be an abandoned thread for the appreciation of refrigerators, or a thread for the appreciation of abandoned refrigerators.

    In either case, please get ready for a very special Punky Brewster....
    That's my jacket!

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    I'll tell you this... as a person that has had a great deal of experience with old '50s refrigerators, and who has kept a few around in his back yard (saving them from abandonment) for housing plants, I've yet to find a decent "lead lined" model. This is something that I may start to look for, as I'm very concerned about the effects of atomic radiation on my perishables.

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    Lex Luthor snatched them all up so Superman wouldn't discover his devious plot to spoil the world's lunches.
    Darth Vader is becoming the Mickey Mouse of Star Wars.

    Kylo Ren - came from Space Brooklyn, although he moved to Space Williamsburg before it was trendy.

    The use of a lightsaber does not make one a Jedi, it is the ability to not use it.

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    Lex also didn't want Superman hiding in a lead refrigerator when he broke out the kryptonite. It was a most nefarious plan, because it was two-pronged.

    Unfortunately, he forgot to save his lunch money one day, and didn't have enough to buy kryptonite, so the entire plan was for naught.
    That's my jacket!

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    Of course, Superman couldn't have hidden in a lead-lined refrigerator. The power of the door seal on an abandoned refrigerator far exceeds even his super strength.
    That's my jacket!


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