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JC Whitney sells auto parts.
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on 5/24/2009 3:46 PM (ET) Oren wrote the following:

That doesn't qualify. JC Whitney is the founder's name.
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wrote:

ANd I'll bet the IceCream company was originally located at a place known as "turkey hill" - just like "pine valley cheese"
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On Sun, 24 May 2009 18:37:01 -0700 (PDT), Pat
Also there probably has not been an "American" telephone made since the Carter administration.
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snipped-for-privacy@aol.com wrote:

Not so, there is a company in Florida that is manufacturing the old standard 2500 profile touch tone phones. The electronic components are probably sourced from around the world but the rest of it is American. The phones are in great demand for hotel/motel and institutional use. I think there is another manufacturer in Mississippi that also makes 2500 series phones.
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The Daring Dufas wrote:

But they ain't real WE 2500s- they are a pale knockoff. They may have licensed the design from Mother, but they weigh half as much.
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The only thing they share is the basic shape.
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aemeijers wrote:

The phones are very well made and no, they're not heavy enough to kill someone if you hit them over the head with one but they're quite stout and durable. The old AT&T and ITT phones were heavy because of the mechanical pushbutton switch matrix and large network components that were potted in a metal canister. The ringer was also a heavy cast assembly and all that stuff was mounted to a relatively thick sheet metal chassis. Many of the new phones can be had with an actual mechanical ringer with a real metal bell. Integrated circuits have made the touch tone keypad and network so much smaller and lighter though. Ain't progress wonderful?
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Bogus Printing, Lake Placid, FL Chef Chang's Mexican and Chinese Restaurant, Indiantown, FL Hong Kee Watch Co., Hong Kong Tak Kee Florist, Hong Kong Hung Fat Brassiere Co., Hong Kong (these are perfectly good Chinese names but they just don't translate well) West Coast Insulation - located in central Florida and primary sales products are glass and mirrors Radio Shack -electronics, but hardly any radios any more Bell & Howell - no more movie cameras - trademark has been bought for use with TV-pitched electric shavers Polaroid - now an inexpensive brand of imported flat panel TVs IBM - no longer sells typewriters or PCs - now primarily a business software and mainframe business BF Goodrich - no longer makes tires, provides government services. (BF Goodrich tires are made by Michelin.) Wells Fargo - not in the stage coach business anymore
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On Sat, 23 May 2009 09:54:08 -0400, "EXT"

not exactly a business but how about
Congressional Representative
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