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Leave NO one dry! - iSoaker.com - Your portal to the world of water guns, water blasters, Super Soakers, WaterWarriors, water fights, and water warfare
Leave NO one dry! - iSoaker.com - Your portal to the world of water guns, water blasters, Super Soakers, WaterWarriors, water fights, and water warfare

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Considering that there is no easy way to connect G+ with Twitter, this place is missing out on a LOT of updates. With the amount of added time/effort cross-posting to here would require together with the limited audience here, I'm opting to no longer regularly update this page. To the latest happenings, I recommend either viewing my Twitter Feed - https://twitter.com/iSoakerWarriors or Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/ISoaker-Warriors-230925637113767/timeline/ Of course, iSoaker.com and iSoaker.net will have their own updates as well. Thanks for your understanding - it's been a fun experiment to see which means of Social Media seem to work well. Unfortunately for here, this page has just not attracted much activity for the effort put in. The cost is time I could be spending doing other updates. Soak on and, of course, #LeaveNOonedry!
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Over a year-and-a-half after joining G+ - not much activity there. I'm debating stopping updating it and sticking to FB and Twitter
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First day of fall - how many usable soaking days left until winter? #SoakOn
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Summer must be over - http://www.buzzbeetoys.com  no longer features a #WaterWarriors #watergun on its landing page.
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iSoaker is now on Twitter - 'nuff said
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While I really like the slogan #getyoursoakon, this is NOT quite what I expected to find. Where are the #waterguns and #waterfights? #LeaveNOonedry!
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Peeking at the future - Follow the link below to see the experimental page I am using for trying new layouts for iSoaker.com. This page will be changing as I try more things out, looking to nicely incorporate more circles and rounded designs onto the site. My goal is to have a fast loading, slick looking, content-rich site that presents as much info on the screen and minimizes space needed for navigational and gratuitous design elements, but still remaining functional with no cryptic links. Content is king and I plan to remain primarily focused on #waterguns and stock water blaster brands such as #WaterWarriors and #Nerf #SuperSoaker, but I also like having a little fun doing some graphics design, too!


Of course, once I am happy with the experimental design and it ends up incorporated across the entire site, this page will be removed.

#LeaveNOonedry!
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#SuperSoaker XP 220 - A Closer Look article posted on iSoaker.net

The pistol-sized XP 220 #watergun is one that I probably find myself reaching for more often than not for light water figth skirmishes around (or even in) the house! While its raw output isn't much better than the smaller XP 215, its larger reservoir gives it longer field life. Sadly, they don't make this class of water blaster too often any more. Definitely a great addition to most armouries, I still use mine despite being a 15-year-old water blaster.  #waterfights, #LeaveNOonedry!
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Squares, circles, triangles, hexagons, pentagons, octagons - what shape do you think works best to go along with #waterguns, water blasters, #waterfights, water warfare?

This is not to be looked at from a functionality-point-of-view - for water blasters, spheres and cylinders are optimal shapes for pressurized performance. However, for water gun and water warfare related themes, I'm wondering if any one 2D shape seems to "go with the flow", so-to-speak.

Post your favourite 2D-shape(s) below.

 #LeaveNOonedry!
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