and you can’t take pictures with a molar phone. Well, you can but only of your teeth… draw a little face on your tongue, take some tongue selfies…
Phones didn’t take pictures when I read this article so that wasn’t really a consideration
When I was a kid I read about how the only thing stopping cell phones from being replaced by implantable false molars that picked up everything you said and sent vibrations up your jaw and into your ear was the fact that they couldn’t figure out how people would dial it
Years later, I’d realize that not only was the “how do you dial” thing a really easy problem to solve (a small keypad tuned to the tooth’s frequency, small enough to fit in a wallet, would have been relatively easy to develop), but it wasn’t even the only unsolvable problem with this stupid, impractical idea
For example, what if you were chewing food or took a sip while you were talking? Can your friend hear your teeth clacking together? How do you charge it? Since it has no screen, how can you tell if it’s got a signal? How do you hang it up? If you’re talking to someone in real life and it rings, is there just a loud ringing in your ear that only you can hear? If you need to fake a phone call to get out of an awkward conversation or birthday party, do you just hold up one finger and loudly start talking to no one? If so that’s going to take some serious adjusting
I’m trying to picture your parents (who let us watch “The Life Aquatic” when we were, what, 11?) making you watch Veggie Tales.
That movie came out when we were 12, but yeah, I actually went to see that movie in theaters with them, and then once I’d secured a copy, I told them I was inviting you over to watch and they just said that it seemed up your alley
SOMEONE GAVE ME A SAMPLE OF THE RED FLAVORED NEURO JUICE AND IT IS AWFUL. IT TASTES LIKE COUGH SYRUP. I HATE IT.