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Schools Banning Silly Bandz

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http://www2.nbc13.com/vtm/news/local/article/silly_bandz_are_banned_in_some_schools/116179/

"... I like to collect and trade with my friends and it's kind of hard because sometimes when we have uh, silly band day, that's the only day we can, uh, do it."

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Reminds me of the slap bracelets when I was a kid. They were linear bands that had a curve along the axis. When you slapped them on your arm the curve would break releasing the tension and they would wrap around your arm.

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