30-Year-Old Pringles Pass Taste Test

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Students at Iowa City High School dug up a time capsule last weekend. Thirty years ago, students buried school papers, hall passes, knee socks and some Pringles potato chips. Jacob Yeates, who decided to try the chips, said they didn't taste too bad.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

Here's something to consider the next time you snack: a potato chip is forever. Students at Iowa City High School dug up a time capsule last weekend. Thirty years ago, students had buried school papers and hall passes. They included knee socks, Pringles potato chips. Digging up the time capsule must've been hard work, so student Jacob Yeates decided to take a bite. And he says that after 30 years, the chips did not taste too bad.

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