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At once futuristic, philosophical, tragic, comic, and absurd… ‘So, I lost both my arms, and got these two experimental bionic ones. I’m excited to start driving again!’   Bad Idea Jeans

 

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Bionic driver dies after crash  –  BBC 

A man thought to be the first person to drive a car using a bionic arm dies after a road accident in Austria.

 

 

 



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cookie magazineNot Cookie!! . . . I’m incredulous.

 

Shrinking Condé Nast — NY Times

Condé Nast will close Gourmet magazine, a magazine of almost biblical status in the food world. Also being shut down are the Condé Nast magazines Cookie, Modern Bride and Elegant Bride. The moves are significant for the publisher.



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I spent twelve years in secret contemplation trying to breach the secrets of the Universe and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.



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