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    Multi-ton bathroom scales.

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    Microbreweries that only produce microliters of beer.
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    Asbestos pie crusts.

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    California Condor cookbook

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    Tin snap blades (I know it won't cut it.)

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    Macho Wipe - toilet paper that doubles as 220 grit sandpaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift View Post
    Corded cell phones (for better reception)
    Also been done.

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    Pre-dandruffed business suits.

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    Chia sandbags for the military but wait with this order you get the Chia Tank and the Chia Humvee just add separate shipping and handling. (war not included)

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    The Venus Childtrap plant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    The Venus Childtrap plant.
    Really? I think that sounds like a great product. If they can tolerate the cold, I got some planting to do this spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift View Post
    Really? I think that sounds like a great product. If they can tolerate the cold, I got some planting to do this spring.
    The bad news is that you don't get to choose which children it eats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    The bad news is that you don't get to choose which children it eats.
    And that's bad... how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift View Post
    And that's bad... how?
    You get to explain to the police how the skeleton of the Governor's grandson got into your garden.
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    Garden gnomes hand made of Nome Alaskan snow by native Alaskan virgins and former oil workers

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    Indoor lightning rods, WiFi ant farms and espresso makers for cats

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    Virtual keyboards that dynamically sort keys according to popularity rather than a fixed standard such as qwerty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DukePaul View Post
    ... espresso makers for cats
    Wait, that might be useful. Decaf coffee or sleeping pills for cats, now that would be worthless.
    Last edited by Swift; 2014-Jan-02 at 01:59 PM.
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    Decaf Red Bull.
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    Passenger Pigeon Repellent

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    Bite mold for sharks.

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    Teach Your Dog to read homeschooling program- Dogs can drive cars, act as support helpers for the disabled, work closely with law enforcement personnel in identifying explosives, drugs and other illegal substances, with medical professionals in identifying the chemical markers given off by cancer and people with cardiac distress, now take relating to your dog to a whole new level.
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    Creationism museum souvenir trilobite shell cookware.

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    Pre-chewed meals for pensioners.

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    WhistleFest...A Social Media site designed for spreading huge amounts of dis-information,
    challenging Governmental internet monitors.

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    Sat-Nav.
    Guaranteed to take a drivers eye off the road.

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    PuppyNet

    A service that tracked every individuals product searches online and
    then computed a targeted message.

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    The Opaque Windshield, keeps the Sun out of your eyes while driving.
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    From the people that brought us reclining cowboy silhouettes, "Doggie Doing #2" lawn ornaments. With several patterns including, "Not enough roughage, Coyote howl", and with head turned back, "Was that it, I was expecting more?"
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