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CSI Miami Sunglasses

plays The Who sample when placed on bridge of nose
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see http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_sarYH0z948 for product example. A switch in the nose pad of the glasses would play an embedded sample of The Who classic "Won't get fooled again" when the sunglasses were donned.
machaus, Jan 22 2007

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       There is no worthier goal in life than re-enacting television.
jutta, Jan 22 2007
  

       Jutta's anno: [marked-for-tagline]
shapu, Jan 22 2007
  

       I watch Mythbusters solely to give my life direction.
bungston, Jan 22 2007
  

       (Braving allegations of listery) How about a shed that plays the A-Team theme when anyone gets locked inside?
zen_tom, Jan 24 2007
  

       Or a broom cupboard that plays the Doctor Who theme when opened?
Ian Tindale, Jan 24 2007
  

       Or bath taps that sing Catfish Grabblin when turned on?
skinflaps, Jan 24 2007
  

       A web browser that plays the theme from Mad Science when you go to the halfbakery.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jan 24 2007
  

       This would be fabulous. My other half enjoys CSI:Miami, and I deride Horatio's character for being wooden and his particular pose with the sunglasses (at least 8 times every episode). If I had a pair of these babies, my parody would be complete.
Jinbish, Jan 24 2007
  

       I'm boning this because I don't want to see any David Caruso look-a-likes running around posing with their stylin' shades every 5 minutes.
Noexit, Jan 24 2007
  

       Not just posing - posing, and listing hard to port.
shapu, Jan 24 2007
  

       ...or my turntable that plays the theme from the Flintstones...
xandram, Jan 24 2007
  
      
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