SHOCKING NEW "ROCK-BREAKING" FAD SWEEPS NATION'S KIDS
"I get my rocks from Dr. Cool. I like to break them and watch the pretty colors... the pretty lights..."
So says "Timmy," an 8-year-old who looks like, at first, any other kid. But "Timmy" is obsessed with "breaking rocks," the terrifying new craze exploding among America's children. Enslaved by pushers like the so-called "Dr. Cool," these kids soon lose all interest in wholesome pursuits like video games and professional wrestling.
Instead, under the influence of potent "geodes," they lose their days in a frenzied pursuit of the next new burst of color, the next new mind-shaking insight, the next rock to break open. Not only is it perfectly legal, but experts believe some children will be lost to this addiction for life. Just listen to what "Timmy" has to say:
"When I grow up, I want to keep breaking open rocks to see what's inside. And I want to help other kids learn to do it, too. Just like Dr. Cool."