January 18, 2010
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Make it so.
I know it's not the same thing as the food replicator on TNG but it is still pretty cool.
Cato, The Dork
Cato that is funny.
If I was going to look into my crystal ball about high tech food preparation devices it would probably be more like the toaster in the British sci-fi comedy "Red Dwarf":
Neat! This reminds me of Willy Wonka's chewing gum invention. "One stick is a full course meal."
I wonder if the blueberry pie flavor has been perfected. :)
Two things come to mind...
Wonder how long this would last before people just start eating the goo directly...
And that time period will probably coincide with how long it takes the Chinese to pollute said glue with toxic heavy metals.
The blueberry pie factory defect is still in litigation. But there was a positive side effect: the population of the Smurf village went up exponentially.
Toxic goo, Eww! Somehow Cracker Barrel or Fuddruckers is sounding good right now!
OMG! leamoneater, everyone knows the Smurfs have no natural predators, an exponential increase in population means the Smurfs will exceed their carrying capacity and the population will crash (usually it is controlled by the Smurfberry blight, or a genetic psychological disorder that leads to suicide- feeling blue). This is really smurfed-up, lol.
We could make the Smurfs a varmint species and open the season on them.
I think they got the idea from watching the guy at the movie concession stand after he asked, "Would you like 'butter' on that popcorn?"