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Jadoo, eh? As in:

"What jadoo?"
"I work in an office."


- Phil

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I've taken the liberty of lifting this image of Terry's, of THE Jar.


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Well, I am happy to say that I do HAVE a jar similar to one that Ray has from the set of the Alfred Hitchcock production of The Jar..

It's not exactly like it but very close. At this very moment I am printing photos off of my Kodak Camera Dock 6000 that shows the jar, and me and the jar, photos having been taken by my wife Barbara, who found the jar for me. Barbara says to check out thrift shops as that it where she found this jar!

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Michael, the head which came in your jar is very frightening indeed!


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Originally posted by biplane1:
Well, I am happy to say that I do HAVE a jar similar to one that Ray has from the set of the Alfred Hitchcock production of The Jar..

It's not exactly like it but very close. At this very moment I am printing photos off of my Kodak Camera Dock 6000 that shows the jar, and me and the jar, photos having been taken by my wife Barbara, who found the jar for me. Barbara says to check out thrift shops as that it where she found this jar!

An old style drug store candy jar. Two cents worth of licorice, please.


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Originally posted by jkt:An old style drug store candy jar. Two cents worth of licorice, please.


True, that's the only place I've seen anything like that.
 
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You guys will never believe! The PERFECT jar turned up for under $14 at Wal-Mart! Now all I need is tips on what to put in it that will look like preservative liquid but not dry up, get scuzzy, or leave stains.
 
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You guys will never believe! The PERFECT jar turned up for under $14 at Wal-Mart! Now all I need is tips on what to put in it that will look like preservative liquid but not dry up, get scuzzy, or leave stains.

What is the SKU on the jar so we can go online and order it?


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SKU is a good word.


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It's a good thing I didn't soak the label off yet! The information is Anchor Hocking Company, Item: 69372, there is an ISBN code of 7644069372. I'm leaving the lid on till I can better decide what-all is going in it and how, but it looks big enough for a human head all right!
 
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It's a good thing I didn't soak the label off yet! The information is Anchor Hocking Company, Item: 69372, there is an ISBN code of 7644069372. I'm leaving the lid on till I can better decide what-all is going in it and how, but it looks big enough for a human head all right!

Off to Wally-World I go, thank you.


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Anyway, back to "The Jar".

So I updated my website, this time adding reviews of not one but TWO "The Jars".

There's this one:



And this one:



You can also read about this charming fellow:




You can do all this at www.bradburymedia.co.uk


- Phil

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They are smiling because they know what is really in it...!
 
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Norm!


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Listen!


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