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 Mar 16, 2009 - 10:45 PM - by Michael
* Model Rocketeers Rejoice

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Model Rocketeers can crow - the Feds are finally not involved in their hobby.

That's right, a judge FINALLY put down, decisively, the idiotic idea that little model rocket motors are "explosives" that need to be regulated.

Do some good. Find some kids in your community (perhaps some Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts?), get them down to the local hobby store to buy some cheap rocket kits, dig up a launch pad and load up on motors, and then show them something really educational - their own creations flying towards the heavens.
 

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