svētdiena, februāris 12, 2006

The Future of Technology

Though a good president needs good strategies to beat his opponents, and good plans to keep the country from being bombed, he also needs to keep the economy good. For this reason, I have decided to invest time and money into the latest technologies, in hopes that it will keep the economy good enough for me to get reelected. I've included a list of technologies that I believe will be beneficial, along with explanations of why I chose them.


  • Redtooth - Like Bluetooth, this allows wireless communications. The difference is, since it's red, it goes further, and is less noticable in certain places, such as the circus, or the theatre.

  • USB Floppy Drives - A drive that plugs into a computer's USB port that allows the usage of floppy disks. A single floppy disk holds only 1.4 Megabytes, but due to their inexpensive nature, a person could realistically have several thousand, provided they can store them, thus giving them a few gigabytes in which to put all their important JPGs and MP3s.

  • Medical Science - This will help me recover if, during my term, I am injured. This will take some of the load off of my Vice President's job.

  • PokéFurbyMon - A new combination of Pokémon and Furby, this will sell like hotcakes. I'll make a fortune, and the economy will be saved! Hurrah!

  • Charles in Charge season 2 DVD - Like PokéFurbyMon, this is guaranteed to be a best seller, except for adults. Stated by some guy I met on the street to be the product everyone wants, I'm sure this will sell like hotcakes, thus making me a fortune and saving the economy! Hurrah! (It IS technology, because it's a DVD)

  • Electic StaplerMatic - Basically, it's a stapler that automatically lines up the paper for you and staples it at just the press of a button. It can also sort papers by color, weight, and saturated fat content.

  • Singing Wall Bass - Just what everybody wants, this toy looks remarkably similar to a real fish, and will start singing as soon as you press a button, consider pressing a button, or even notice that there is a button. It also sings if you enter the room. While this product doesn't have MUCH market for deaf people, even they want it to show off their 1337 PHISHING skills.



So basically, technology is where the future is at. The reason I didn't put VCRs on the list, despite their inherent functionality, is because they never stop flashing 12:00. It's driving me crazy.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Alex Ludd said...

The "12:00" should be blinking. If it isn't, then you are using Internet Explorer. For added security and more expandability, use Mozilla FireFox. Also, the blinking will work right with FireFox, or Netscape, or maybe AOL. Pretty much anything that isn't Internet Explorer.

This has been a paid advertisement by nobody. I did it of my own free will.

svētdiena, februāris 12, 2006 9:50:00 priekšpusdienā  
Blogger Trixie said...

You suck.

Welcome back.

svētdiena, februāris 12, 2006 5:43:00 pēcpusdienā  
Blogger cinders said...

Did you say "good enough for me to get re-elected"? Let's just work on the initial election, hon.

pirmdiena, februāris 13, 2006 6:58:00 pēcpusdienā  
Blogger Alex Ludd said...

Before Election: Talk about these strategies, thus getting me elected.

After Election: Implement these strategies, or something with some vague resemblance, thus getting me re-elected afterwards.

I should have made myself more clear. Clarity is one of my key strategies, you know.

otrdiena, februāris 14, 2006 6:21:00 pēcpusdienā  
Blogger Sarabeth said...

I'm all for transparency.

ceturtdiena, februāris 16, 2006 12:10:00 pēcpusdienā  

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