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Zen Magnets vs. Cannon Ball

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#1 softeyes


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Posted 23 May 2018 - 09:37 PM

Are you into magnets? This video might be oriented for kids, however I think it's great! (Just don't let those magnets close to my computer(s)! 




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#2 The-Toolman


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Posted 01 June 2018 - 02:21 PM

My brothers and sisters and I use to play with magnets a lot when we was kids however they were a lot different than what are available today.


We had horse shoe looking magnets and round magnets and bar magnets whatever we could obtain by whatever means were necessary they just kinda appeared here and there. :whistle:


I breakdown hard drives and pull the magnets out of them as they are pretty strong and they are great for attaching notes and shopping lists on the refrigerator door yeah we still do that. :P


Yep magnets can be a useful item around the house or automobile for retrieving those dropped little metallic items providing they're the right type of metal. :thumbup2: 


And they're just fun to play with if you have enough of them. :wink:

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