Monday, July 4, 2011

Statue Of Liberty USB Flash Drive

Statue Of Liberty
Stilp got the idea in 1986, during the run-up to the 100th birthday of the real Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.

He built it out of plywood and old venetian blinds in a friend’s garage in Harrisburg.

Hoisting the 450-pound object onto the pier, without drawing attention from authorities, was bound to be a tricky and potentially deadly feat.

Celebrate freedom and independence every day with a Statue Of Liberty USB Flash Drive. It is the ideal flash drive to use on the Fourth of July, but there are other fitting USB drives as well. For example, the Bottle Opener USB Drive is perfect for popping open a beer at your backyard barbeque. If you’re the type that likes to fire off a pistol into the air after you run out of fireworks, the Revolver Flash Drive makes an excellent choice.

Statue Of Liberty USB Flash Drives are available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB versions starting at $19.99 at There is a similar 2GB model for only $9.49 with free shipping at, and the 4GB Model is just $11.96 shipped.

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