First off, hello to everyone at Valentine research (although only one person is going to read this haha).
Second off, you have got this same email 50 times already I am sure.
Now down to the nitty gritty, no hoo haa about pop being called pop or soda. We all know it is Pop here in Ohio!
As you are aware (and everyone else who is a Radar Detector nut) that the beloved, cherished arrows that are so close to our hearts have recently had their patent expire (boooooo!). Now, get your hand off that automated email button that your quickly scurrying to!
I want details, I want the inside scoop, I want information that is so closely guarded that letting it into the wrong hands could lead to nuclear war,and I know Valentine research holds that information considering the V1 is the greatest thing on earth besides Mike, who is obviously better than the V1 as he created such a marvel of a radar detection device.
So, what does Valentine Research have hidden in their sleeve, I want you to cut the sleeves off and let me see what is in store, if you wish we can even uncover just part of the sleeve not to expose the whole operation!
Now, since my question was out of the way I must ask you this also (don't forget to answer the top question though!)
Now that the arrow patent has expired, how many bands do you think Cobra Radar Detectors will claim they can detect? I mean if they put two antenna's on a cobra, 22 bands turns into 44. That is 11 times more bands than the V1, but fear not, as a cobra can barely let me know when the local walgreens is open until I am already at the front door.
Thank you for your time, hopefully ill get an answer that does not consist of an automated response. Everything you inform me of will be kept top secret of course, as I have a Class 5 secret clearence from the NRDCNA (Nation Radar Detection Convention Network Association), yes, I did just make that up.
Hope to hear from you soon!