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    Cassidy Grindle of Bangor uses a sledgehammer last Sunday to smash a printer while on a date with Nick Haggan of Hampden at The Rage Room. The two used bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, plates, wine glasses and other items. The business opened Nov. 1 in Winslow.

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    Craig Stanton, owner of The Rage Room in Winslow, is shown last Sunday with an 8-pound sledgehammer that customers use to smash televisions, printers, radios and other objects.

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    Cassidy Grindle of Bangor carries a baseball bat last Sunday she is using to smash wine glasses at The Rage Room in Winslow. Grindle’s date, Nick Haggan, tossed the glasses in front of her to hit. The couple used baseball bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, radios and other objects.

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    Craig Stanton, left, owner of The Rage Room, photographs customers Cassidy Grindle of Bangor and Nick Haggan of Hampden last Sunday after the couple finished smashing discarded televisions and other objects during their date at the business, which opened Nov. 1 in Winslow.

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    Craig Stanton, owner of The Rage Room in Winslow, is shown last Sunday after customers used baseball bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, radios and other objects.

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    Craig Stanton, owner of The Rage Room, stocks a variety of safety equipment for customers to use last Sunday during their visit to the business that opened Nov. 1 in Winslow. Customers use sledgehammers, baseball bats, hammers and other "weapons" to smash televisions, printers, radios, plates and other objects.

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    Nick Haggan of Hampden carries an 8-pound sledgehammer used to demolish a television last Sunday while on a date with Cassidy Grindle at The Rage Room in Winslow. The two used baseball bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, plates, wine glasses and other items during their visit to The Rage Room. The business opened Nov. 1.

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    Nick Haggan of Hampden carries an 8-pound sledgehammer last Sunday used to demolish a television while on a date with Cassidy Grindle of Bangor at The Rage Room. The two used baseball bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, plates, wine glasses and other items during their visit to the business that opened Nov. 1 in Winslow.

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    Cassidy Grindle of Bangor times her swing last Sunday while using a baseball bat to shatter wine glasses tossed by Nick Haggan of Hampden during their date at The Rage Room. The two used bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, plates, wine glasses and other items. The business opened Nov. 1 in Winslow.

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    Nick Haggan of Hampden holds a baseball bat last Sunday that he and date Cassidy Grindle of Bangor are using to shatter wine glasses while on their date at The Rage Room. The pair used baseball bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, plates, wine glasses and other items during their visit to the business that opened Nov. 1 in Winslow.

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    Cassidy Grindle of Bangor uses a baseball bat last Sunday to shatter a wine glass tossed by Nick Haggan of Hampden during their date at The Rage Room. The two used bats and hammers to smash televisions, printers, plates, wine glasses and other items. The business opened Nov. 1 in Winslow.

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