For those who don’t know me… that was sarcasm.
On the Life website…
Oh yeah… tires that light up. From the inside. (ok, this would be kind of cool at first)
Venetian sunglasses, for when your eyes want a little privacy.
When you’re willing to risk death for your invention, that is dedication. When you’re willing to go to certain death for your invention, that’s just stupid. Birdman costume.
Yes. Yes this would work. Now I can restrain my 30MW bundle-of-energy English Shepherd, Zoe. My problems are solved with the Dog Restrainer.
Cigarette holder for two. When you need this kind of intimacy you don’t need more of it, you need professional help. Get all the psychiatric disciplines involved, while you are at it.
Reuters brings us more science from London (apparently).
Many prehistoric Australian aboriginals could have outrun world 100 and 200 meters record holder Usain Bolt in modern conditions.
Some Tutsi men in Rwanda exceeded the current world high jump record of 2.45 meters during initiation ceremonies in which they had to jump at least their own height to progress to manhood.
Any Neanderthal woman could have beaten former bodybuilder and current California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in an arm wrestle.
Except for several key points. Prehistoric man was about as intelligent as a brain-damaged guinea pig. Prehistoric man died around age 25 if he was very very lucky to have lived that long. Prehistoric man didn’t have SUV’s, DVR, answering machines, microwaves, Tito and Tarantula albums… hey, their life sucked.
These and other eye-catching claims are detailed in a book by Australian anthropologist Peter McAllister entitled “Manthropology” and provocatively sub-titled “The Science of the Inadequate Modern Male.”
Oh yeah, I’ll run right out and buy that.
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