Anna Gregoline | August 26, 2004
Ok, here's a flip - what has been the most USELESS invention of the twentieth century?

Scott Horowitz | August 26, 2004
The Whizzy

Jackie Mason | August 26, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | August 26, 2004
Why is it useless though? While not practical for everyday, I'm sure it's quite popular in the camping industry (I wouldn't know, I'm not the camping type, although if I was, I'd probably want something like this if there were no toilets to sit on.)

Erik Bates | August 26, 2004
Pet Rock?

Steve West | August 26, 2004
1-ply toilet paper. I refuse to comment why.

Steve West | August 26, 2004
Those yellow diamond "Baby on Board" stick-ups in car rear windows. The number of times I've almost slammed into the rear end of a quick stopping minivan, only to see that sign at the last minute and instead veered into the path of an oncoming Metrobus...

Scott Hardie | August 27, 2004
The Flowbee.

Steve West | August 27, 2004
New Coke and Lo-Carb beer.

Jackie Mason | August 27, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | August 27, 2004
Heh, the Flowbee.

Anna Gregoline | August 27, 2004
I thought Crystal Pepsi was supposed to still taste like Pepsi? I don't know, I'm allergic to brown cola, and became disinterested in Pepsi and Coke after that.

Melissa Erin | August 27, 2004
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Erik Bates | August 27, 2004
The crystal gravy bit was great.

Scott Horowitz | August 27, 2004
Microsoft Access anyone?

Erik Bates | August 27, 2004
NERD ALERT
NERD ALERT
NERD ALERT

But really, Microsoft Access does pretty much suck balls.

Anthony Lewis | August 28, 2004
On my job, in the subway...it's easy for a man to whip his johnson out (in-between stations) and take a pee. It's extremely hard for women who drive trains on my job. They would really appreciate The Whizzy.

Jackie Mason | August 28, 2004
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Anthony Lewis | August 29, 2004
Uh...the Yugo? Yeah...the Yugo.

Anthony Lewis | August 29, 2004
The OLD Yugo, because I just found out that they still make them. They actually look kinda sporty.


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