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Big Red Button USB Powered Rage Relief Device – Just punch it to feel better


Big Red Button USB Powered Rage Relief Device Big Red Button USB Powered Rage Relief Device   Just punch it to feel better

Maybe your boss just dumped a mountain of paperwork on your desk three minutes before quitting time. Perhaps trolls attacked your most favorite post in the whole world on a social media site. Either action can create frustration, which can fester and boil over, but there is a way to let off some steam… and you don’t even need to leave your desk to do it.

To paraphrase a wise, pointy-eared old guy from the Star Wars universe, “Anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.” Your anger might not lead to a transformation into a dark lord of the Sith but it could lead to ulcers, and those also lead to suffering. Instead of giving in to anger, just reach out and give the Big Red Button USB Powered Rage Relief Device a tap.

Powered by your Windows computer, courtesy of the USB connection, the RRD (Rage Relief Device) can be set up to help alleviate stress in four different ways:

  • Your screen will be covered with explosions.
  • You’ll be prompted to punch a photo you’ve uploaded.
  • You’ll be sent into a spreadsheet that looks like you’re busy working (boss key)
  • You’ll be taken to The Red Ferret your favorite website

Personally, we feel the third option is more of a panic button than a rage button but it’s still extremely handy when you instantly need to look more busy than you really are. FYI: This option is really only effective if you actually work with spreadsheets at work.

Another way the BRB (Big Red Button) helps you get in touch with your inner calmness is with the Take-A-Break feature, which will remind you every so often to chill out for a few minutes.

Master your rage for a price that won’t make you angry because the BRB is only $14.99.

 Big Red Button USB Powered Rage Relief Device   Just punch it to feel better

Marty Shaw is a freelance writer who currently calls Texas his home. When he’s not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

Marty Shaw – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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