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[This account was destroyed in a disk crash in October 2004 and has been partially restored from a cached copy. That's why most of these ideas don't have any croissants or fishbones. Please, feel free to vote on them!] <table type="account page">
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<quote type="historic">I'm me, myself, and nobody else.
-- Barnacle Bill, sailor</quote>

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<quote type="of-the-week" meaning="you wouldn't know unless you were there">Yoshida vot happunsch?</quote>

<paranoia type="reverse">I think someone here is afraid of me.</paranoia>

<serious>Here I am. I'm me. I'm somewhat open-minded, so if you want to make a point, my advice is to present it logically, preferably with lots of evidence, and in a balanced way. Also, if an idea stinks, you don't have to go on and on about it. I'll probably get the point soon enough.

Also, try to avoid this common mistake (don't worry--most of us have done it at some point): not reading the whole idea. I've seen several ideas where the specific concern voiced by someone (in some cases, by many) was already addressed in the idea itself. Please (you can't say I wasn't polite about this), make sure you have read and understand the whole idea before you annotate it. It helps cut the wasted-word count.</serious>
<scandalous>One of my sisters (not the one who thought up Perfume Neutralizer), has an account on this same machine (smileydudette). She inSISted on it.</scandalous>
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[Dec 17 2003, last modified Jan 26 2005]

   
 3D Directional Road Signs
 Accordion Armpits
(+2) Active Shoes
 After-Hours Test Drives
(+2) App Hibernate
(+1) 'Baker Bluetooth Thinger
(+1) Birdish Flying Suit
(+1) Black Box of Death
(+2, -1) Blue Man Group plus Cirque du Soleil
 Body Skiing
(+1) Butt Harness
 Clean Air Pipeline for Smog-filled Cities
 Cologne/Perfume Neutralizer
 CRAM Form Factor
(+1) Crank-A-Punch
 Credit Card Signature Screen Eraser
 CRT Degaussing Program
(+1) Cut Out the Sharp Edges on Pill Sheets
 Directional Carpet
(+1) Discreet Drink Disposal/Storage
(+1) Disorient Express 2: The Ride Deepens
(+1) Disorient Express: The Ride
(+4) Drivers Built Into USB Devices
(-1) Dual-Hybrid Car
(+4) Electric Bicycle
 Everything Status Indicator
 Fastback Truck Topper
(-1) Fasten Seat Belt Chime
(-1) Flourescent Light
(+6) Fool Proving Grounds
 Fourth Piano Pedal
 Gooseneck Scooter Handlebars
(-1) Graduated GUIs
(+1) Green Room
(+5, -2) Halfbakery Industrial Average
 Holographic Display
(+3, -1) $HOME/.programs
(+2) HumMIDI
(+1) Hydrofoil JetSkis
(+1) Idea Summary ToolTips
(+1) Illusion Bikini
(+4) International Delivery Service
 Jet Engine Nozzle
 Limber Bed
 Literal Lyrics
 MucuSoap
 Multimedia Virtual Reality System
(+3) Multiple Flush Sound Effects
(+2) No Tissue Indicator
 OS X Window System
 Personal Levitation Device
(+4, -1) Piezoelectric Buildings
(+1) Purely Optical Night Vision
(+1) Quiet Freight Trains
(+4, -1) Reboot Coma Patients' Brains
 Retroreflective Shopping Carts
(+2) Reversible Ventilation
(+1) RockeTag
(+1) SailCar
(+1) SaladBar
 Satellite Radio Headphones
(+1) Serious Gas
 Silicone-Based Underwater Breathing System
(+1) Super Prosthetics
(-2) Tasty Fortune Cookies
(+2, -1) The Real Lightsabre
 Throwing Pillow
(-1) Use Dieseling (or Premature Ignition) to Advantage
 Van de Graaff for Dandruff
 Variable-Strength Trash Bag
(+2) Waltz Around Corners
(+5) Water Machine Gun
 Zoom Microphone
 

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