Take KORN, DANZIG And MISFITS To School; Rock Paper Pencils Now Available

Rock Paper Pencils has acquired licenses with KORN, DANZIG, MISFITS and SOCIAL DISTORTION for pencils and notebooks. A posting at the company's web site reads: "We love our music and we know you do too. That's why we came up with Rock Paper Pencils. Long gone are the days of the boring yellow No. 2 pencil and the plain old spiral notebook. Why not be able to express yourself with the music you dig and represent the bands you listen to?

All our pencils are made of real wood so they won't rip to shreds in a pencil sharpener and we use No.2 lead so they work for your scantron test. Our notebooks have perforated pages and the band logo is watermarked on both sides of each page. So now you can let people know what's blasting on your stereo when you write 'em that note."

Check it out at www.RockPaperPencils.com.


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