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Brunswick's "Electric" Player's chair - 04-07-2005, 11:20 AM

Has anyone else noticed how much the Brunswick "Player's Chair" looks like a real Electric Chair? It took the wife of a pool-playing friend to point this out to me, and she had no idea that the expression "Electric Chair" is used in Pool.
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04-07-2005, 11:28 AM

Dan no offense, BUT if you are actually sitting while you are in a game you have more problems than being worried if the chair is electric, LMAO!
  
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04-07-2005, 11:31 AM

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Has anyone else noticed how much the Brunswick "Player's Chair" looks like a real Electric Chair? It took the wife of a pool-playing friend to point this out to me, and she had no idea that the expression "Electric Chair" is used in Pool.
The similarities are freaky . How long has Brunswick been making chairs for the prison system?


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04-07-2005, 11:53 AM

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Has anyone else noticed how much the Brunswick "Player's Chair" looks like a real Electric Chair? It took the wife of a pool-playing friend to point this out to me, and she had no idea that the expression "Electric Chair" is used in Pool.
I think it would be cool as hell to round up a couple of those old decomissioned electric chairs and actually use them as spectator chairs. It would give your opponent the willies.

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04-07-2005, 12:21 PM

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Has anyone else noticed how much the Brunswick "Player's Chair" looks like a real Electric Chair?
It's shocking, Daniel...


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04-07-2005, 12:35 PM

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Has anyone else noticed how much the Brunswick "Player's Chair" looks like a real Electric Chair? It took the wife of a pool-playing friend to point this out to me, and she had no idea that the expression "Electric Chair" is used in Pool.
frankly, I'm shocked AuntyDan,,,I sit in one of those most of the day,,,now I know why people say I have an 'electrifying' personality',,zzzzzzzappp !


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04-07-2005, 02:13 PM

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I think it would be cool as hell to round up a couple of those old decomissioned electric chairs and actually use them as spectator chairs.
Or how about an old Dentist's chair? "Now just sit still, this won't hurt a bit..." ;-)


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04-07-2005, 04:03 PM

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Or how about an old Dentist's chair? "Now just sit still, this won't hurt a bit..." ;-)
funny thing; dentist's chair...one of the local rednecks had a dentist's chair mounted in the bed of his surplus bell telephone truck,,,used it to shoot from while deer hunting,,,it was a source of entertainment on Saturday night, too,,,damn near killed myself riding in that chair,,,LOL (this was all 40 years ago)<disclaimer>


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04-07-2005, 06:49 PM

Damn Jack.

That sounds like fun.

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