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Re: [IPk] Finally got pluged in to my MiniMed Pump. 08/10/01



There you go John, you learn something new every day!

The pumpy dolls are probably not promoted on the Disetronic websites because
they are not a saleable item, they're a promotional item, like out pens,
pen-knives, Swiss chocolates.....

Have you heards enough? :)


-----Original Message-----
From: John Neale <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 15 October 2001 16:29
Subject: Re: [IPk] Finally got pluged in to my MiniMed Pump. 08/10/01


>Di - would you believe I have lost my Max the Moose? Haven't seen him for a
>good 6 months I reckon. No doubt he'll turn up when we next move house, or
>have another child and unpack all the baby clothes from the basement. He
>was a much treasured gift from MiniMed's Peter Jennings on the birth of
>Christopher Feb last year.
>
>Even worse, I seem to have mislaid the picture I had of Max sitting on my
>computer. Ah well...
>
>I went to http://images.google.com and searched on Max Minimed Moose and
>found him on MiniMed's Swedish website at the very foot of the page:
>
>http://www.minimed.se/filer/vaskor.htm
>
>...proudly showing his cloth pump!
>
>A search on Disetronic Pumpy showed little - except that pumpy is Czech for
>pump!
>
>John
>
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