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March 18, 2010



Well rock n' roll might be here to stay but it would be different from the old one.

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i love rock. it's the best type of music out there. what's your guys opinion on it?

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I got one a few weeks back after seeing it on TV. I never really thought of its potential uses outdoors, but heck, I guess it could do well on water bottles, coolers, and pots and pans (while not on the fire of course).

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My work partner's son's science class tried it and it worked pretty well. Word spread quickly and now more classes are trying it.

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