Jetpack Helicopter requires the survival of the fittest

Hello IGWers,

I came acrosss a doozy of an invention today. The invention is a jetpack helicopter. The machine is intended for a single person. The machine costs 1 million dollars and can carry you if you are under 180 pounds. The idea is a little bit crazy, but if you are very interested in taking your life into your own hands you can sure go for it. Additionally, if you wanted to try using joysticks beyond your gaming system this is sure the way to go. 

I sure hope random people are not going to fall out of the sky, but I guess you never know. Stay tuned for more at Innovation Gone Wrong.

Hondo4492

5 million dollar bra not a good investment

Hello IGWers,

Victoria Secret thinks they have the secret of market success. That is of course drastically increase the cost of the bras they have. They have released a bra with about 3700 diamonds. Where does someone where this? I can’t believe it would be worth it unless you are a fashion model who is married to a guy that owns a couple of countries. I mean if 5 million dollar bras are in reason, what is not?

To more innovation gone wrong!

Hondo

Floridians Can’t Laugh Too Much

Hello IGWers,

I found this story searching the Internet and it is a bit ridiculous. The story is of a Floridian women who was fired from her job as a waitress for nothing other than laughing. So hardworking, loyal and dedicated may not be enough from the Land of Hanging Chads. That is right laughing of all things can get you fired. The women who was fired was also unable to do anything to rectify the situation.

My guess is happier workers are better workers, but Florida you obviously have your own rules. More information available at http://www.local6.com/news/16594550/detail.html.

Hondo

5 Second Rule is Stupid

Hello IGWers,

I was reading the news today and found that the 5 second rule is a complete myth. Well this has always been the rule so I don’t know what is so surprising. If I have ever dropped food on public transportation, I’d never pick it up anyway. So for those of you that continue to abide by this juvenile rule I encourage you to stop. That is of course if you want a side of bacteria with your sandwich.

To more myths uncovered!

Hondo

Dog Weddings: What is This?

Hello IGWers,

I can’t believe this, but more dog weddings have come to the mainstream media. Seriously, dogs get married? Really. Last time I spoke with Rover he wanted something to eat, somewhere to sleep and somewhere to run. I can’t believe this at all? After researching, I found out that these weddings have taken place from Denver to India. Apparently people the world over are a bit crazy for canine companionship. If you have any personal experiences on this, I’d love to hear what you have to say.

Check out one of the dog marriage videos at http://video.aol.com/video/dogs-get-married/1926900.

To more innovation gone wrong!

Hondo

Found the Cause of Low Math and Science Scores

Hello IGWers,

While searching the Internet for creative food recipes I found the demise of American children everywhere. The product is called the Edible Dirt Bucket. Ingredients for the Edible Dirt Bucket include Graham Crackers, Chocolate Pudding and Sour Worms.

Well friends this explains tons. Kids are taughts lies from a very early age. They consume copious amounts of this Edible Dirt leading to childhood obesity. The kids then make some fundamental confusions such as the following:

1. Glass is made of graham crackers – False.

2. Eating dirt is good for you- Very false, welcome to the School of Hard Knocks Kids.

3. If I mix gummy worms and pudding you will do well in school, wrong, although it might hold up in certain states.

You may be thinking this critique is harsh. I say deceiving kids from an early age is cool if you are friends with Joe Camel, Smoked Out Bear (Smokey Bear’s little known cousin), and that deceptive Pink Panther.

To edible dirt kicking the crap out of today’s youth!

Hondo

Dehydrated Water: Superfail

Hello IGWers,

I saw a posting on Boing Boing speaking of a product called Dehydrated Water in a can. I have not seen or heard of anything this ridiculous in quite sometime. What exactly does dehydrated water in a can consist of? I would think hydrogen and oxygen, but wouldn’t the dehydrated water just be in another state.

Whoever is selling dehydrated water is also selling coastal property in Nebraska. This is a straight superfail. Hopefully this product either is a spoof or limited to a very small geographic area.

To more innovation gone wrong!

Hondo