The app just shows how to master five rolling techniques with step-by-step videos and seventy detailed photos. And it gives you all the information you need about mixtures, papers, packing and crutches. Still, I bet many parents will not be happy to see this, especially certain governator—whose happy happy image is used to promote the app online. My bet: The Apple Store censorship machine will rethink its original decision and take this app down three minutes after I hit "Publish". [App Store via Roll Your Own via Krapps]
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