On a third hand, though, the Fox News article mentioned an invention that makes me sure we're too connected. Here's what it says:
I've written about pointless inventions in the past, but the TweetPee takes the cake.
As the oldest of seven kids, I babysat a lot as a teenager. I guess I should rephrase that: I was the oldest one in the house whenever our parents left us alone because we drove away so many daytime babysitters over the years. Anyways, part of my "responsibility" was changing diapers. Yet, I averaged probably one diaper-change per week (and that's overestimating).
Usually, I paid my younger sisters one dollar per diaper-change and let them struggle with a toddler that was more than half their age. "A little pooh left on a baby's lower back never hurt anybody." -- That was my motto.
|The TweetPee -- pissing me right off.|
I'd say the TweetPee will be about as useful to parents and babysitters as the GPS was to Michael Scott.