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KRASH November 2018

The World's Coolest Boys' Magazine!

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speak up

Hurry up KRASH Heads! Send us your best emails and drawings NOW! We love getting drawings from you guys. We always do our best to publish as many as possible! Shoot ‘em through to krash@nuclear.com.au or write us a letter to PO Box 230, Double Bay NSW 1360. WASSUP KRASH?? I love your mags and I just started reading them a few months ago... I L OVE GameSta and I LOVE the cool skate boarding tricks. My fave is da ‘Ollie’. Oh, I also love da ‘KRASH Test’, Shame Shack and Speak Up because I get to read other people’s opinions about the best mag in da world!! (has three exclamation marks because it is AWESOME). Benji HI KRASH, I LOVE YOUR MAGS! I mean, LOVE your mags! I love your mags…

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pintor packs!

IT’S PILOT PENS 100TH BIRTHDAY THIS YEAR AND TO CELEBRATE, THEY HAVE LAUNCHED PILOT PINTOR. THESE WATER-BASED PAINT MARKERS COME IN A HEAP OF BRIGHT COLOURS AND CAN BE USED ON ALMOST ANY SURFACE, INCLUDING PLASTIC, CANVAS, FABRIC, METAL AND EVEN GLASS! Create amazing artwork, design your own t-shirts, hats, or backpacks – anything! With a super-comfy grip and smooth-flowing tip, choose from broad tip (RRP $5.95), or extra fine, fine, or medium, (RRP $4.95) to release your imagination and create the design of your dreams! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION VISIT: WWW.PILOTPEN.COM.AU ENTER TO WIN To celebrate the release of these awesome new pens we have 11 packs to give away. For your chance to win simply go to page 6 for details on how to either post or email your entry. Good luck! For full terms…

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Good news KRASH Heads – you can subscribe to your favourite magazine and SAVE OVER 28% OFF THE COVER PRICE! Why wait until the mag hits newsagents and supermarkets? Subscribers usually get the mag a couple of days before everyone else, plus it’s cheaper! Best of all, if you get a subscription you can get your parents to pay for it for your birthday instead of having to raid your own wallet every month. Much easier than pestering mum or dad every time you’re in the supermarket! Please note that subscription copies do not include cover gifts. GET KRASH DELIVERED STRAIGHT TO YA DOOR NOW. TO SUBSCRIBE FOR A WHOLE YEAR GO TO: WWW.KRASH.COM.AU/SUBSCRIBE…

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graphene garment

Graphene, an ultrathin form of graphite and a superconductor believed to be 200 times stronger than steel and lighter than paper, has been used to create a jacket. Company, Vollebak, recently launched the world’s first jacket made from graphene with a price tag of $695. The reversible piece of clothing is made from shiny, grey graphene on one side and nylon on the other. With a futuristic look, the graphene connects with the jacket’s nylon layer in the production process and lending the fabric its conductive properties. This means the jacket can absorb heat and disperse sweat to ensure the wearer is kept warm and dry. Furthermore, the graphene garment is easy to clean as bacteria are unable to multiply on the material. Scientists are working towards a more affordable…

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fur-ternity leave

A marketing company in Minneapolis has introduced ‘fur-ternity leave’ to their list of employee benefits. Offering staff the ability to work from home for a week to welcome a new dog or cat into their family, Allison McMenimen, a vice president at the company, Nina Hale, said the concept “is kind of a no-brainer.” In the past few decades, many American companies have overhauled their employee perks in the hope to retain staff and entice new recruits, such as providing gourmet meals, work place gyms and onsite day care. Connor McCarthy was one staff member at Nina Hale to take advantage of fur-ternity leave following the adoption of her puppy, Bentley, and stated, “It can be a stressful situation going from its original home to a new home... It was…

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hospital’s humanoid helper

The newest nursing recruit at Townsville Hospital is Pepper, a humanoid social robot. In the first of its kind in Australia, Pepper is being trialled in providing hospital information to patients. The joint project has been developed by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Robotic Vision at QUT, James Cook University, and the Queensland Government. Judy Morton, executive director of nursing and midwifery at the hospital, explained that sometimes, “patients feel that staff are busy and they haven’t got time to ask simple questions, and this is another way for them to get some information.” Pepper is able to track faces and respond to voices giving the robot a sense of humanness. Belinda Ward from QUT added, “we look at Pepper and believe that she is understanding us and if…