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    I heard about this a couple years ago from one of my teachers and didn't believe them. Guess this goes to prove the point that no matter how old you are, you can still learn something...ha
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    wow that's a really cool illusion

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    lol

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    cool

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    damn...if those thing's got real good....you'd have a serious problem on your hands....privacy would go out the window...lol..stilll who wouldn't want to play with one of those?!

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    There's an article about new fabrics including one with built-in invisibility in the Jan 2003 issue of National Geographic.
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