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In the spirit of magazine racks filled with all those wonderful self-help magazines (Remove wrinkles easy with self laser surgery; Enlightenment through bean raising, etc.) All the ideas are so obviously wonderful, that I pine to see a magazine with all dumb ones showcased.
Magaziines that baffle rather than enlighten [swimswim, Oct 06 2011]
Dumb Idea Magazine Website
[hippo, Oct 10 2011]
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||Aha! The opportunity I have been waiting for. A chance to plug my latest invention, non stick duct tape. Every married man gets tired of being nagged by the Mem sahib while watching the big game on the box. Cutting remarks perfectly timed for maximum effect, such as "I suppose you are going to fix the kids swing sometime." Every thing that is fixed with non stick duct tape is guaranteed to fall apart first time the repaired item is used, whereby the Mem sahib finally gives up in despair and calls in the professionals. Leaving you in peace.
||Nice ploy, but mine wouldn't fall for it. She figured out a
long time ago that stuff I build/fix only comes apart if I
want it to.
||In the vein of these women's 'magazines' which are little
more than 150 glossy pages of suspicously vague
advertisements and a table of contents, I can envision
'Dumb Idea' as three pounds of ads for power tools
interspersed with half-page articles like '10 easy ways to
blow up your home' and 'Electrocution- how the pros do it'.
||I thought Martha Stewart already cornered this market...
||//Dumb Idea Magazine Website http://www.halfbakery.com//
||Getting recursive, are we?