Amazon is selling this item to my left as a Bluetooth headset. Problem is, I don’t think it will be very comfortable — Unless you are upgradable. Yes, if your heart resides in a cold, steel compartment, then perhaps this “Bluetooth” headset really is for you. The product revealed, after the jump.
Two fortune-tellers in Chicago are in being held in jail in lieu of $750,000 bail each for defrauding customers by convincing them they were cursed, then selling them expensive curse-removal/protection services. Remember, folks, fortune tellers cannot curse you, see your future, turn you into a werewolf, or make you lose horrific amounts of weight. They can, however, take your money.
Here is a good idea: instead of relying on doctors and their fancy prescription pads, why not put your faith in food technologists and chemicals? The recent gathering of the Institute of Food Technologists featured vendors who hope you might someday do just that. From the International Herald Tribune:
On display were aisle upon aisle of foods made to do more than provide basic nutrition. There was one kind of yogurt to lower cholesterol and another to curb appetite. Cheese cubes supposedly increased energy and strengthened the immune system.
Courtesy of the industrious Boing Boing, waste away this Monday morning marveling at the amazing consumer advancement of the shimmering chromium 50’s future with the Populexe films, showing futuristic dreams and a Kitchen of the Future.
Hey, remember that “spam from the future” we told you about last week? The message contained is so powerful, so advanced… it crashes Thunderbird, our email program. All day long, Thunderbird crashed through the canopy, over and over again, cracking goose eggs like our skull banging on the desk as we futilely attempted to mine the tip line.
We’ve received notice from an advanced civilization. They communicate only through seldom used ASCII symbols.