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 Have you ever wanted to play with guns? 
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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2009 11:55 pm 
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I just saw this and it cracked me up so I thought I would share:
http://www.peekabui.com/irevolver/index.htm

Here's the moronic statement from the website:
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Have you ever wanted to play with guns but were afraid to get hurt? iRevolver is your answer.


iRevolver simulator for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

So now when you're walking down Hennepin and someone demands you hand over your iPhone, you can scare the pants off them.


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My kids have that one and some others just like it with various guns on their iTouches.

Me, I just play with my iBone.

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DeanC wrote:
My kids have that one and some others just like it with various guns on their iTouches.

Me, I just play with my iBone.


Thanks Dean, you made me laugh! My nephew got an Iphone and I keep referring to it as his IBone...which he doesn't really like, hence the fun. :lol: :lol:


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Little known fact: I actually do play the trombone. This app is not bad and has actually helped me a little on some upper register notes. It also helps me tune my horn.

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DeanC wrote:
...This app is not bad and has actually helped me a little on some upper register notes....

Just curious, how?


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There are some notes that way up there that I haven't had to play almost ever. But I just ran across them again and couldn't for the life of me remember what position they were.

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