The folks over at Nalgene sent me a couple of cool bottles to give away to readers. The bottles were made to promote the new James Franco movie, "127 Hours," which tells the real-life story of Aron Ralston, who spent five days with his arm trapped in a canyon before finally breaking it and cutting it off to save his life. Ralston is a total rockstar who, after cutting off his own arm, still had to rappel down a 65-foot cliff and hike miles before he was rescued.
The special "127 Hours" message is simple but brutally effective: the bottle is marked to indicate the 350 milliliters of water that Ralston had on his first day of being pinned down.
If you'd like a chance to win two of the bottles (one of you and one for a friend), swing over to my Facebook page, drop a like, and leave a comment on my wall about Nalgene. I'll randomly choose one person who leaves a comment on my Facebook page wall between now and noon on Friday, Dec. 10 and mail them the two bottles.
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