Fredericksburg, VA, US
I recently noticed, my table-saw doesn't make dinner for me. Perhaps I should sue.
Seriously, what next? Will auto makers be required to install flesh-detecting technology on their bumpers to minimize pedestrian fatalities? You know, rather than suggesting to the pedestrian that he/she might want to look both ways before crossing!? Maybe bullet makers should be required to have "bad" flesh detecting technology installed, so that only bad guys get hit. I think, however, a more useful approach might be to have courtrooms equipped with "stupid-case detectors". Apparently this is needed, since there seems to be so little common sense left.
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