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Banjo as Corn

Posted by Joanchek on Wednesday, November 12, 2008

This weekend, we will install a corn-burning stove in the dining room and I am excited about it.  Corn is safe, burns odorlessly and nearly smokeless, emits no toxins when burned and is 180-days renewable.  I feel "green."  The stove is also convertible so that it can also burn wood pellets if corn is unavailable, or if it's more economically beneficial to switch.

I must admit, though, that the thought of cutting a hole in the wall is just strange.  Now, where did I put the carbon monoxide detectors....?



3 comments on “Banjo as Corn”

FiddlerFaddler Says:
Wednesday, November 12, 2008 @2:57:11 PM

This is the corniest post of the day ;D

Paul Bock Says:
Wednesday, November 12, 2008 @3:56:49 PM

I always thought that corn was for drinking......although it can also burn on the way down!

Paul Bock Says:
Wednesday, November 12, 2008 @3:58:42 PM

And of course you'll now HAVE to be able to grab Big Banjo and rip off "Shucking the Corn."    ;-)

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