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April 30, 2019

WE WERE PROMISED FLYING CARS

New wireless device sends phone alert when bladder gets full

A chicken embryo with a dinosaur-like snout instead of a beak has been developed by scientists

(Thanks to Rod Nunley) 

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whatever happened to the old fashioned way? Ha.

Peeing your pants and everyone posting photos of it makes a widespread phone alert.

Just something else for Mac's to make into nuggets. Which will only lead to this.

I can't seem to face up to the facts
I'm tense and nervous and I can't relax
I can't sleep cause my bed's on fire
don't touch me I'm a real live wire

Dyno-chicken, Qu'est-ce que c'est ?
fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa far better
Run run run run run run run away

Where's the app to tell me when to breathe?

What a wonderful future we have to look forward to.
Velociraptor chickens will eat farmers and if the battery on your phone goes dead, you'll pee your pants.

And we still won't have flying cars.

Bravo vaporsmith!
I can see the commercials for the bladder thing now.
For those times when you don't feel quite old enough. Pee Alert.
As for the chicken embryos. Isn't that how the problems in Jurassic Park got started?

The chicken-dino research is more than five years old. By now, they should be appearing in your supermarkets. Parts is parts.

I've never had any trouble knowing when my bladder was full. An alert when it's getting low might be helpful, though.

You just know some KFC employee is going to serve this as a prank.

Ah yes..."How Full Was My Bladder", starring Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, and a young Roddy McDowell. Classic about a Welsh mining town and the app that changed their lives.

Stixnstonz - you remind me of Ben Mankiewicz.

*Calls Geezer bus for Stixnstonz*

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