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Rubber Band Machine Gun

Next time you engage in an office rubber band warfare, pull out the Rubber Band Machine Gun and make everyone surrender. This crazy contraption is capable of firing 672 rubber bands in an impressive 48 seconds! The all-wooden, fully-automatic machine gun includes 16 barrels capable of holding multiple bands each, and a fully automatic trigger mechanism activated by a small electric engine, fed by 5 AA batteries. This bad boy can fire rubber bands at a rate of 14 shots per second at a range of over 26 feet! Also included is a fast charging device, allowing you to charge the weapon in a few minutes. Watch the video and check it in action

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CITRUS ZINGER

The Citrus Zinger by Zing Anything is a practical and easy way to extract juice and flavor from citrus fruits and infuse them directly into your water bottle. Great for taking along to the gym, office, and around town. Its not only refreshing, its all natural...Just add fruit! Also check out the Sombrero Juicer...
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CASA CORTEN | BY MARCIO KOGAN

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QUEST HOUSE

Located in the English countryside, the Quest House is a spectacular minimalist residence designed by Strom Architects. Built in a picturesque wooded site near the coastal town of Swanage in Dorset, the single-storey residence cantilevers over the retaining wall to protect a sunken parking spot for the owners vintage Aston Martin DBS 1968. The concrete structure is beautifully in-filled with simple timber dry-lining, leaving the concrete frame visible external...
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