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Wearable Micro-farm?

 
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I heard this on the CBC As It Happens podcast a few days back ... a wearable farm.

There are links to the original audio interview as well as a transcript in the article:
    This wearable vest grows a self-sustaining garden watered by your own urine
 
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somewhat unrelated. if you scroll down to the comments on the audio/transcript link.
the comments are hilarious!

Please excuse my post it was just tooooooo funny! i am laughly so loud to myself!

one of the comments

"No need to toilet train kids any more. This should also be a hit for die hard couch potatoes.

And what about those aging relatives in nursing homes?

"Oh, he's just a vegetable now."

Reminds me of a joke I heard. A guy asks his friend, "Hey, where did you get the green hair?"

The friend blows his nose into his hand then wipes it across his scalp as he answers, "I don't know!"


ah jokes
 
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