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Re: [IP] Re: First National pump commercial

> > >I wore a CPI Betatron pump in about 1982.  It was carried on the belt and a
> little smaller than a small brick (as I remember). > >
> >
> > The brick may have been small but darn it
> > was sure heavy compared to what we have now.
> > Fran, who just took a trip down memory lane.
> I recall (~_^) seeing a 5 y/o boy on Good Morning America wearing
> the brick pump - they called it that - I said I'd never have
> anything to do with a contraption like that! I don't know how much
> later I *accepted* the checkbook box size CPI/Lilly #9100 thing for
> 6 weeks until I got the king size cigarette pack size CPI/Lilly
> Betatron II #9200 - I was thrilled it was so small. But, since I
> have the backpack pump on my Picture Trail site, and my monster
> #9100 there, does anyone have a picture of the BRICK one? Maybe it
> was by Auto-Syringe or Mill Hill? I'd like to add it. 8^)

There is a picture of the beautiful young lady pumper, Ellissa 
Premerlani, now ~19, wearing her pump at age 3 1/2 .. I'm not sure 
what kind it is, but it's sure a lot bigger than today's pumps.


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