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What on earth…?

huh..? May 24, 2006 posted by

Facing the future?

Oralift Facial Rejuvenation. A non surgical face-lift procedure using a dental brace? How 21st century.  Up until now surgery was the only answer to reverse the triangle. But after a short time the soft tissues would sag again. Now there is another answer – the Oralift Facial Rejuvenation and the ADD Dentalfacelift . These can reverse triangle and because these procedures are truly anti aging the ageing process gets put into reverse gear.

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huh..? May 22, 2006 posted by

EarthCalm Home Protection System.

The EarthCalm Home Protection System. Protect your home and family from harmful EMF radiation with this product/device/system (please delete as appropriate). If and when you achieve wellness please feel free to write in to the Ferret explaining exactly what this puppy does and how. Thank you. $285.00.  EarthCalm products are grounding devices that contain six specialized circuits that are tuned to the Schumann Resonance and amplify a person ground in the magnetic field of the earth…In addition, all EarthCalm products…

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huh..? May 9, 2006 posted by

The Computer Bed.

The Computer Bed. Part desk, part bed, part weird-o. And $2079.00 for some wood and hinges? Yeah riiight!  Operation is from gas assisted pistons often referred to as intuitive in nature. In reality the gas piston dampens the natural action of weight transfer from bed to desk to bed. We love this transfer of responsibility. It is the Murphy Bed concept to perfection.

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huh..? April 27, 2006 posted by


HygienIQ. Dump the air fresheners and start thinking photo-catalysis apparently. Sounds a bit like…ahem…smoke and mirrors to us. $29.00 for 170g.   Introducing Nano-TiO2 Photocatalyst treatment, the next generation of car air purification technology from Japan. HygienIQ is an advance hospital grade air purification coating based on the latest nano-science technology – photocatalyst. In the presence of light, active oxygen is formed and excited on the HygienIQ treated surfaces to destroy all micro-sized air pollutants that land on it, including…

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huh..? April 11, 2006 posted by

Trax customer tracker.

The Trax Visual Proof system is designed to let merchants track customers coming through their store door. If that sounds a bit scary, maybe it’s because it is. But hey, that’s 21st century living for ya. Eyes in the spy.   TRAX Is Proud to Announce the introduction of Visual Proof that Guarantees 100% accuracy of the traffic counters and provides you an overall profile of your customer base. We install a High quality camera system and Linux Server which…

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huh..? April 3, 2006 posted by

Feed Rinse.

Feed Rinse. So this is a service which filters RSS feeds to take out the stuff you don’t want based on keywords, author, tag, site etc. Er…I don’t get it. Not only do we now sift content with RSS feeds, but now we’re filtering the filters? Riight!  Whether you’re in a corporate environment or the bad words just plain burn your eyes, our optional profanity filter is a champ at taming the foul-mouthed blogger. Many offending words are replaced with…

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huh..? March 24, 2006 posted by

Michael Jackson sings off-key.

We do feel sorry for companies sometimes. Really we do. The Ferret has just received it’s first Cease & Desist notice, although strictly speaking, since it’s from a Media & Ethics Department [huh? – Ed] rather than lawyers it’s more like a wannabe. The problem? That we featured a product called the Laundry Pure from a company called EcoQuest International this week. Yep, our crime good ladies and gentlemen of the jury, is that we dared to give free publicity to their product on the pages…

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huh..? March 21, 2006 posted by

Diamond dancing.

The Dance-On Piano. Pfaff, Dance Revolution mats have got nothing on these babies. Well perhaps one teeny thing. This costs $250,000. Hey, take two and give one to your sis, why not?  This world-famous piano attracts thousands of spectators to our stores in New York and Las Vegas. Now, for the first time, you can take the music home. Play “Chopsticks,” or any other tune while dancing over the 22-foot long keyboard as it lights up with each step. Then learn to…

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but is it art? March 7, 2006 posted by


The Emoticons. Aaargh not enough that we’ve got them plastered all over the screen, now we’ve got smilies migrating into the real world as little clay figures? Aaargh. £3.95.  With the Emoticon family you can actually decorate your desk instead of your desktop. Choose one to suit your personality, or get the lot and rotate them according to your changing moods. If you’re feeling really silly, insist on only communicating with colleagues via your emoticons. It’s one way to stop people dumping…

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huh..? March 7, 2006 posted by

Fast car.

The Acabion prototype vehicle. Max speed 280 mph at 50% engine power. And probably 20% brain power too judging by the look of this thing.

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huh..? March 1, 2006 posted by

The Energy Blanket.

The Energy Blanket. Developed to ‘induce the body and mind to rest, recover and rejuvenate’. Riiiight!  The effects of the Orgone Energy Blanket are reportedly achieved through the reflection of the patient’s own infrared and extra-high frequency emissions back onto their body. A specially designed film membrane inside the blanket prevents the patient’s body’s electromagnetic emissions from dissipating outwards. This same layer then converts these emissions from the body and reflects them back on the body. The reflected emissions have…

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huh..? February 17, 2006 posted by

Cosy cat perch.

The Heated Windowsill Cat Bed. What pampered? Moi? $39.95.  Adjustable to any windowsill using provided Velcro fasteners. Screws are provided for more permanent attachment # Supports over 40 pounds # 6 Watt Advanced Heat Dispersion heater # Warms up only when pet is on the sill # Internal dual thermostats keep the temperature at a comfortable 102° when in use. When not in use the surface of the bed will remain 12° to 15° above ambient air (room) temperature…# Super…

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huh..? February 1, 2006 posted by


AdsOnFeet. Walking video billboards. Human. ‘Think outside the box’, indeed.  Our walking video billboards offer a unique way for businesses to grab the attention of, and connect with customers in areas of their lives practically untapped by traditional marketing media. AdsOnFeet has in a sense created an entirely new media platform versatile enough to maximize clients visual impressions all over the globe.

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huh..? January 6, 2006 posted by

Soft Claws.

Soft Claws. A range of delightfully designed claw covers for your cat. In different colours too. So now you can not only destroy your feline’s credibility audibly  – you have attached a tinkly bell already, eh? – but also make them the laughing stock of their back alley with a beautiful visual motif. Nice one. Also available for dogs, hah hah! $17.95 and good luck with trying to glue them on, dude. [Update: UK stockists].[Via Presurfer]  Developed by a veterinarian, Soft Claws are…

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huh..? December 6, 2005 posted by

World’s first mass production armoured car?

Ladies and gentlemen, proof of the sad and sobering times that we are living in – the Jaguar Armoured XJ Long Wheelbase. Off the shelf, off the wall, off limits unless you’re carrying a cool £200,000 or so. Tsk!  From the exterior the Armoured XJ Long Wheelbase is virtually identical to the standard XJ bringing absolute discretion to owners. However appearances can be deceptive, as the new Armoured XJ Long Wheelbase is heavily armoured, featuring significant modifications like bullet-resistant laminated glazing, underbody…

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