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6 of the most bizarre crowdfunding campaigns ever

There's no doubt that crowdfunding can be a wonderful thing. New ideas that might otherwise struggle to make it to market can be pitched directly to the consumer, and if the demand is there, those ideas can go on to change their fields. On the flip side, some ideas struggle to find an audience for a reason. Here are a few of our favorite bullets that humanity narrowly dodged.
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