> This is nuts. You don't need tape, newspaper or any of these "aids". You
> just hold the yolk end of the prop shaft and reach in from the rear
> nd --
> hence the reference the the "vets technique" - but the perhaps you city
> have never witnessed AI?
Very interesting, Guy. On this side of the pond, when you hold a "yolk", you
run the iminent risk of having gooey yellow juices running down between your
Also, despite the viagra ads, we do not need AI; the natural way works just
fine and is a lot more fun. You should try it some time. Besides, PPP was
referring to the birthing process rather than the insemination.
OTOH, I bet that I can install a driveshaft faster with the newspapers and
light than you can with your AI techniques. Apparently a bit of a pain,
since PPP considers it easier to attach the d/s prior to installing the
To each her/his own...
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