Government finally bans evil magnetic balls that kids love to eat7/26/2012
In its first stop-sale directive in 11 years, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has decided to ban Buckyballs novelty magnets to keep our nation's refrigerators and office cubicles safe. The sleek balls can be formed into chains, the ropes held together by their magnetic powers — which is really neat until a kid swallows the magnets, which then clamp the poor little one’s intestinal tissues together. Company CEO and Buckyballs founder Craig Zucker intends to "vigorously fight" the ban. Zucker didn’t actually say, “And I don’t care HOW many children get hurt, I need those sweet Buckyballs bucks!”, but that’s how it’s kind of coming off. [Source]
Do you think the government should ban these magnets?