"I didn't feel it at all, but it was tough at night," Robertson said. "The lights would light the mask up, and everything was reflected. I didn't like that. Plus I sweated pretty good underneath it."
So now he can either discard the mask or keep it as a souvenir.
"I am going to throw it in the Hudson River," he said. "It's going to float to the bottom. Then, in 200 years, somebody will find it and think they have discovered a special magical mask with secret powers like in that movie 'The Mask.'"
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