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30 Oct
Laser Lawnmower (after the Revolution)

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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 100 11:23:01 -0800
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Subject: Laser Lawnmower (after the Revolution)

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From: Kevin Johnsrude <>
[KJ: From the French we get the restaurant.  From the Germans we get the
laser lawnmover with Internet access.]
From: Tom Jurenka <>
From: <>

> The following site is in German, but you can enter it into the Altavista
> translator site (converting German to English) and read what it has to
> say. I've enclosed both links for you. Copy the first one and paste it
> into the appropriate field on the site found at the second URL
> below. In a nutshell, here is the summary:
> Laser lawnmower widely purchased by Germans: German garden
> equipment maker Wolf-Garten has developed a lawnmower that uses an array
> of laser beams to cut grass to an accuracy of 1 mm. And if that
> wasn't excessive enough, the vehicle also includes mobile
> Internet access (for online ordering of supplies) and a CD player.

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