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The Perfect Pillow for Internet Addicts [Humorous Comic]
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My wife needs one of those for Farmville. Only person I know that will set an alarm to farm her crops!!!!
haa haa… i could really get some sleep *epic LOL*
My laptop stays beside my bed at night, in between the bed and the end table. It’s out of the way, but always an arms reach away!
“Humorous Comic” my *ss, why is nobody making this already?
I image no one is making it because they figure out a way to cool it without having to hear a fan all night in your ear. Otherwise , it would be a big time fire hazard.
Besides, your always flipping the pillow for the cold side, not the whole thing would be warm.
I imagine no one is making it because they can’t figure out a way to cool it without having to hear a fan all night in your ear. Otherwise , it would be a big time fire hazard.
(post should have read above – not sure how it lost some words).
@GG: if it were a MacBook Air, it would work. The MBA fans only run at around 2,000RPM and are amazingly good at keeping cool. If it were a laptop, wouldn’t it sleep when the lid was closed?
My tf101 was recently found under my pillow. I have no idea how it got there. It was running just fine.
@GG & Michael Sammels: What computer? What fan?! Doesn’t anyone own Android/iOS device? And if the answer is no, how about a simple touch screen connected to a HTPC? You know somebody has actually done this…
I always sleep with my iphone unde my pillow, it’s g eat fo getting those late night co espondances, and so what if it’s cooked the R’s out of my b ain.
(“joke” ala Steve Martin’s The Man with Two Brains. )
Didn’t someone stick a Peltier device into a pillow years ago, to keep the top side cool? Hmm….
Although they seem tiny when you’re whizzing past them in a car, the broken (separate) white stripes that mark the lanes on U.S. highways are a full ten feet long.
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