A few wrinkles in the world's most advanced bra.

Dubious and far-fetched ideas.
April 12 2006 2:34 PM

The Ipex Tech Forum

Ironing out the wrinkles in the world's most advanced bra.

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Wanderlust, if you're trekking you might want to check out Pointer orienteering mode!

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Somebody help me with adjusting the Magic Fingers app? Seems like it's always on max which is cool for "relieving monthly discomfort" like it says but my girlfriend said it's good for boredom too, like at business meetings or church, so I tried it at Thanksgiving dinner and it was good but a little TOO good if you know what I mean. I was sitting next to my brother-in-law and I won't say what happened next but let's just say my sister hasn't talked to me since.

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My problem is kind of like hot mama's except I need help adjusting the No-Grope electro-shock setting, this dirty old man on the F train got a little more juice than he bargained for and I think he may sue (2 days in cardiac unit).

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Shouldn't VS be liable for that?

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No way. Read the EULA—they cover their tushies real good.

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Any nursing-working moms out there? I'm having a little trouble with the MaternaMatic app, which automatically pumps breast milk into vacuum-sealed aseptic packets while I work, labels them for my carrier of choice, bills my account or credit card, and calls for pick up. Usually works fine but a few times my husband, who works at home, received urine samples in the mail instead (presumably some lab got the milk and now some poor sap thinks he has diabetes).

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Don't blame the bra, sister. Switch to FedEx ;)

Evan Eisenberg's essays and satire have appeared in The New Yorker, the Atlantic, and other publications. His books includeThe Recording Angel andThe Ecology of Eden.