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February 28, 2012

High-powered Green Laser

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OMG GREEN LAZER PEWPEWPEW

Green Laser

Okay, we all know lasers are awesome pewpewpew, but what do you REALLY know about them? Cool things: laser is really an acronym, short for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. But since we don’t shout LASER, we don’t write it that way. (Monkey Grammar Rule #15324: CAPS ARE FOR YELLING!) It’s also a felony to shoot lasers at

Green Laser

airplanes. We know a couple monkeys who probably have juvvie records because of this. (We will not bail you out if you try this, so don’t do it. Really don’t.) Since a laser has no matter, they can’t be seen in space. Lasers are grouped by level of danger in classes from 1-4. Class 4 lasers are very powerful and can burn stuff or permanently blind you! (This laser model is a 3B, right in the middle range.)

The Evolution Pro green laser has a microprocessor, dual LEDs, and a longer battery life than your average hand-held laser. It’ll crank out up to 20mW and will give you three hours of lasery goodness on a single set of AA batteries. Draw attention to your sales charts, exercise your household pets, or set up a totally amazing challenge for your DD players a la Gabe from Penny Arcade. (see http://www.penny-arcade.com/2009/9/30/, second story on the page)

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