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Gadget Freak Case #130: This Gadget Gets the Children up!

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warren@fourward.com
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Gadget Freak Case #130: This Gadget Gets the Children up!
warren@fourward.com   6/19/2012 5:53:28 PM
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Silly.  You forgot the high voltage neuralizer that modifies their brain patterns to be more obedient and a pre-program to instill in them a deep desire to support you in luxury in your retirement years. 

Everyone I know does that with their morning wakeup call to the kids.

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Gadget Freak Case #130: This Gadget Gets the Children up!
Rob Spiegel   6/19/2012 7:17:14 PM
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Good point, Warren. How about developing a gadget that gets that done. I'll take one.

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