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October 25, 2011


Man has phone built in to arm

(Thanks to Andrew Hoenig)


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Richard Kimble?

Surely this innovation helped Trevor with his texting problems. Others like him,with the same problems will definitely find this beneficial.

That's cool. Get the slot machine app and he can have a one-armed bandit.

Daddy's got a text box he wears on his wrist?

Sigh. Should be *squawk box.

Won't help him any if he's wearing a bear suit.

This is the first iArm. (Ok I stole it off the stories blog)

how far can we be from the cell chip, implanted under our skin, where we just cock our heads and say, "dial ...?"

Just be sure it is on "silent" or "vibrate" mode if you're on a lorry, especially if bees are present.

He really wanted an iPhone, but those cost an arm and a leg.

Plus, he has a built-in (ha!) excuse not to take any calls - “I’m sorry, the phone was off the hook”.

Every time he pets the cat he charges his phone.

Mostly armless.

Good on NotSherly.

on I meant good one NotSherly.

Gee, and I thought it couldn't get any better than when Maxwell Smart had one in his shoe.

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