The Lazy Susan Revolution - The First Patented Lazy Susan Turntable for Rectangular Long & Oblong Tables - Expandable Lazy Susan for Kitchen & Dining Tables - Great Gift! Fun at Parties & Gatherings.
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After all, he was the mastermind behind the phonograph, introduced in 1877, and its spinning turntable.
table = 1 Expansion pack + 1 Lazy Susan Revolution Full Set 7-8' table = 2 Expansion packs + 1 Lazy Susan Revolution Full Set Pass Food easily from one end of the table to the other, while sitting in your seat. Assigned Trademark Serial Number is a Unique ID to identify the THE LAZY SUSAN REVOLUTION trademark application in the USPTO. It is, however, almost certain that the devices under discussion were wheeled serving trays similar to those introduced by Thomas Jefferson to the United States from France,  where they were known as étagères.
Although they are common in Chinese restaurants, the lazy Susan is not a Chinese-American invention. We were sitting with our family around a large dining table, and found that we were all constantly passing around hot dishes, and getting up and walking to the other side of the table to serve ourselves. They employed the devices as part of their practice of communal living, making food easily and equally available to residents and visitors at meals.
I tried out the Lazy Susan Revolution while hosting a small dinner party for six guests so that I could report back everything you need to know before you attempt to balance an 11-pound turkey on a spinning plate. Many of these refusals can be overcome by strategic work of a licensed trademark attorney, but DIY-applications generally are NOT successful.Laurie, as the resuscitator of "Lazy Susan", seems destined to leap into fortune as an individual worker.