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Rocket Fuel: Not Just for Adults

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Has your child been acting kind of funny lately? Does he have mood swings? Unexpected weight gain? Can he suddenly throw a 98 MPH fastball even though he's only 10?

If so, did you perchance buy him an Icee back in the summer of 2005? And if so, did you perchance buy him a novelty flavor known as the Rocket Fuel Energy Drink? A drink served in a special collector's edition cup featuring one Roger "Rocket" Clemens?

Click on this link. Then click on Icee Info. Then read all about the Rocket Fuel Energy Drink. Then I suggest you get your child to the doctor as soon as possible.

This has been a public service announcement. -- John Royal

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