For people who haven’t lived the life of a rockstar, the limelight can be quite an appealing glow. It’s something that millions of people dream of every day of their lives. Some do their best to capture it in a jar to be able to become the next actor, actress or singing sensation. There are of course a lot of other areas where you could become a high octane figure and feel a little bit of that superstar attention, but nothing comes for free in this world. It takes hard work and dedication in order to reach your dreams. However, don’t expect it to be a smooth ride when you reach your goals. Every profession has its downsides, and to stay on top you will have to work even harder than you did while trying to reach your dreams.
I guess that won’t be a problem if you invest in one of Marshall‘s new mini fridges. You will be able to rock it out between the takes, whether it is a role in a movie or a vocal recording for your next album. Well, of course these badboys work fine in a design studio as well, so don’t be discouraged just because they are geared towards the rock n roll lifestyle. These could also bring up the rockstar factor in any facility, and besides, it’s what’s on the inside that counts, right? I mean, having a few light brewskies in there could make any hot day an enjoyment to live through.
These fridges will be available starting on October 1st of 2012 and will cost you $299. It’s a neat price for something as awesome as this. Besides, it has never been so cheap to become a rockstar, right? Now, if you buy 20, you can have a whole wall of them, just like a real rockstar sets it up. Cram a couple of real amplifiers in there as well and you can have your rock out sessions while chilling that beer all at once. What better way is there to rock your way into tomorrow?
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Via: [The Daily What]
Categorised in: Technology
This post was written by Richard Darell