Friday, April 23, 2010

1001 Ways Is Already Changing The World! part 2:

The world is starting to take notice of my genius -- which means things are getting better for you. That's what this is all about, after all: improving the world for you. And making me rich. That's a big part of it.

The two latest 1001 Ways to be adopted by society? Way number 20: I said Why not have radio-DVRs to let me pause and record live radio. And less than a year later, it is so: The Lexus IS F has as 40GB hard drive in it, and is being promoted in ads on TV as letting you pause live radio... just like a DVR.

1001 Ways also helped change the world here!

Prior entries:

13. Ban driving any kind of automobile, motorcycle or other personal vehicle within 1-2 miles of downtown in any city with a population of more than 100,000.

12. Abolish gym class; instead, teach kids to play musical instruments.

11. Change copyright laws to allow anyone to use anyone else's creative work provided that the copier pay 60% of the profit to the originator and that the copier not cast the original work in a negative light.

10. Have more sidewalk cafes and outdoor seating.

9. When you have to give someone a gift, ask them what they want, and then get that thing for them.

8. Never interrupt or finish someone's jokes.

7. Periodically, give up something you like for at least a month.

6. Switch to "E-money."

5. Have each person assigned one phone number, and then add an extension for the various phones and faxes that person might be reached at.

4. Abolish Mondays and Tuesdays.

3. Don't listen to interviews with athletes or comedians.

2. Have "personal cashiers" at the grocery store.

1. Don't earn more than $200,000 per year.

Claudius wanted to be the first man to reach the stars... but it was murder to get there. Read
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