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• BofA Cardholders – Free Museum Admissions During May 2007

• Kaidomain: Counterfeit Money / Poop / Pee Detector Keychain $0.98/ea or 10 for $4.99 (free shipping!)
“This light detects all three colors of bank note security fluorescent filaments and makes a great counterfeit money detector (if it does not absorb the UV light, it’s a fake). Works for US dollars, Euros, CAN$, Yen, Pounds, HK$, and many other currencies. Check the authenticity of diamonds. Spot cat spray and other urine and rodent feces, including human urine in hotel beds! See scorpions glow in the dark before they see you! Check hand-stamps at admission gates. Make white cotton glow brilliantly at the club! Charge your glow-in-the-dark club toys! The Scorpion Hunter light includes a lock-on button, a 100,000 hour LED bulb life, and a keychain attachment.”

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  1. shiny says:

    Just a reminder for those of you visiting the District of Columbia: although no DC museums are listed in the BoA website, the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall, among others, are free to BoA card holders.

    They’re also free to non-BoA card-holders.

  2. I just bought some o’ those UV keychain lights. I have no idea what to use them for, but COME ON: ten for $5? I’ll figure something out!

  3. pestie says:

    @Jonathan Harford: I ordered 20. I’m an electronics geek and I actually have been wanting some UV LED’s. It would be hard to get ‘em cheaper than this.

  4. Dude. I sooo want one of those Kaidomain. That description is awesome. It almost reminds me of that soap that has like a thousand uses. I forget what it was called but all the hippies use it and the packaging is covered with godspeak.