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Adverse Health Impacts from Technology

By HAL 9000 Moderator ·
Well it's official Males using Note Books the way that they where intended to be used adversely impacts your health Sort of.

http://tinyurl.com/2csm3td

I just love the way that US Publications try to be Politically Correct with medical Studies. Makes very little sense to me but WTH what do I know. :^0

Terms like productivity would be affected and can hurt your mojo are so cryptic that I'm wondering just how many get the correct story from this article.

Surely that all means that to remain safe and not run the risk of getting females pregnant all you need do is use a NB on your Lap. Kind of like the Radiologist Technician Zapping themselves with Radiation to do the same thing though infinitely safer probably. :^0

Col
edited for spooling. :_|

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LOL. Glass blowing.

by seanferd In reply to Adverse Health Impacts fr ...

Very high-tech. Take a few months off away from the furnace when you want to start a family.

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Not likely

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to LOL. Glass blowing.

These are Geeks involved here so they'll need Refrigerated Tin Foil Lined Underwear. That way they continue doing as they please and still have what they think they want.

Mind you the Female Geeks will be pushing NB's onto their male Friends and insisting that they use them for several hours on their laps at a time. :^0

Col

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Female geeks

by Juanita Marquez In reply to Not likely

are smart enough to not leave such prevention completely up to their partners.

We would be more inclined to push the laptops onto men who threaten to dilute the Intelligence gene pool and tip the scales into "Idiocracy" territory. Natural selection, if you will.

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Ach. You know, I forgot.

by seanferd In reply to Not likely

It's just so damn comfortable, you forget you are wearing anything at all.

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