OK, have a laugh on me

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by catocom, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. catocom

    catocom Well-Known Member

    well, here's the puchline...
    wait for it.....waaaait for it...
    I bought an iRenew bracket.
  2. catocom

    catocom Well-Known Member

    ah oh
    are you ok now?
    can you catch your breath?

    It's been about 4 hours now since I put it on, and....
    I Do feel different!
    Now I feel like a fool.:retard:

    I'm gonna wear it through the night just to see if I can sleep any better.
    I'll probably feel different in the morning.....even more like a fool.

    Well, I'll say one thing...
    It will probably last long than the lottery tickets I buy periodically.
  3. Luis G

    Luis G <i><b>Problemator</b></i> Staff Member

    I have no idea what are those for :confuse3:

    (will hold the laugh until finding out ;))
  4. Gonz

    Gonz molṑn labé Staff Member

  5. BeardofPants

    BeardofPants New Member

    Oh. A bullshit bracelet. Sorry cato, I'd laugh, but it depresses me that people fall for this bullshit.
  6. Professur

    Professur Well-Known Member

    The moment you read that last line, it's worthlessness is certain. If it was so fantastic, they wouldn't need to give them away, would they?
  7. catocom

    catocom Well-Known Member

    yeah, as expected, no difference last night.
    I don't feel as bad as I thought I would though....

    I play the lottery periodically too, and this will probably last long than that,
    by a little bit.

    It is quite ornamental though.
    I used to know a guy that just wore a plain old rubber ban for a bracelet.
    I think it might have doubled for a tourniquet though.

    I have a history of buying crap like this, and exposing it.
    I'm my father's son.
    Maybe I can spare someone else.
    I think those commercials are subliminal.

    I though these things had something like, electronics in um, but
    they are just like a thick rubber band with a couple of metal clasps.
    I see no technology.
  8. Luis G

    Luis G <i><b>Problemator</b></i> Staff Member

    The technology behind it is called placebo :D
  9. Winky

    Winky Well-Known Member

    thoughts are things

    placebo is a very powerful and effective technology indeed
  10. catocom

    catocom Well-Known Member

    the mind is a powerful thing

    I cut off a piece of it to shorten it up some, but mostly to test with it.
    I lit it on fire, and it burns like a sulfur flare, and leaves a really clean white ash.
    It doesn't smell like rubber. I don't know what it is.
    I'll probably get cancer now from inhaling it.

    I do seem to be in less pain today, but that could just be the weather.

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