If I ever find some vacuum robot capable to suck in an elephant I’ll buy one for my mother-in-law.
If well ventilated and moist compost heaps can devour anything organic including paper, meat, cooked food, woodstuff… and won’t smell to our nose much different from soil dug up from a healthy forest.
No plastic, rubber, or metal, of course. And keep it from being wet, since that lets it rot anaerobic – leading to smelly fermentation,
Or ask your kids.
in front of a a comedy club – location, location, location!
Judging by the appearance it wasn’t his call but his smell that attracted the T-Rex. Which doesn’t surprise me as science today consideres them as carrion eaters. Much more in need of a nose than ears.
Different polo shirts today. The green ones are for sunday school only obvoiusly.
That’s the reason, why there are no government schools in decent democracies – there we have public schools. Same with radio, TV and – to an extent – newspapers.
As soon as information is controlled by government or by companies/oligopols (sometimes churches*), often using the government as proxy, then you have no independent minds and thus lose democracy. * Churches and banks are also a kind of company, they are in the con business.
Alexa’s got not only never sleeping ears but eye sight of some kind, too? Now that is scary.
A friend (programmer) set up his private TK-Router to have an automatic answering system with pre-recorded replies and general inquiries that are completely useless but pretend to be a daft person a little hard of hearing in a noisy environment. It came on line whenever the caller-ID was suppressed or recognized as fake.
The longest it managed to keep a telemarketer in the line was some 15 minutes.
If my room were as void as this I would be successful at swatting that pest myself in no time. No need to pay at least 4 men for that toil.