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One of the worst rumors ever created is that an 8-ball has to be shaken in order to reveal ananswer Too many times I have had friends walk into my room shake the 8-ball and flip it for ananswer Then when they see that the water is all bubbly and the answer cannot be seen what dothey dothey shake it some more I have found myself shouting at my friends over and overagain No Dont shake the 8-ball For the love of God just put it down Well over the past few years with all of the shaking my 8-ball threw in the towel Thecube inside could no longer provide an answer I went through an 8-ball withdrawal I spent thatwhole summer answering yes or no questions with the witty comments that were once provided bythe 8-ball However I did not remember many of the answers that it gave so everyone either gotan answer of all signs point to yes or ask again later I realized I could not complete my dreamof being a human 8-ball unless I had all of the answers The only option left was to get to thecenter of the 8-ball and retrieve the cube with the answers I was going to have to murder theHave you ever tried to strike through the clear plastic center of the 8-ball Its like a brickwall My first attempt to reveal the 8-balls answers was to take a hammer and pound through thecenter I thought the hammer would provide plenty of power to shatter through the 8-balls shieldOh boy did I have another thing coming After minutes of slamming away with the hammer Icaught my breath and decided to try the other end of the hammer I thought maybe piercingthrough would be the key to get to the center Once again I started beating away on the 8-ball Iwas hovering over my kitchen sink holding the hammer in my left hand and the 8-ball
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