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A fun, high-tech way to buy women?s underwear or just perv out.
You know, lots of people are constantly bemoaning the fact that technology is working in insidious ways to ruin our lives.
They say video games and the Internet are working in concert to make the youth of today dumber, fatter and more addicted to instant gratification than ever before.
They say it's also making our kids more violent.
They say additives in our ready-made foods are making us less healthy and, in some parts of Africa, it has gotten so bad that the children are actually turning into lizards.
And, you know what? Maybe they're right.
But every once in a while a new invention comes along on Internet that makes it all worthwhile.
I'm talking of course about the new shopping site application at KnickerPicker.com.
This site has completely revolutionized the way we shop for those yummy, delicate unspeakables known as woman's undergarments.
It allows you to pick a model, and then pick the underwear you like the most, and then your model will not only try it on for you, she will strut up and down the catwalk so you can see the knickers from both the front view and the ever important back view.
So, while our crazed march onwards towards ultra convenience and technical mastery of our world might be causing some unseemly side effects, I've decided that the good this new convenience offers far outweighs the bad.
If you disagree, then, by all means, go out and do something about it. I myself won't be around to help because I?ll be at home, shades drawn, eating Cheetos from a bag and shopping incessantly for women's underwear that I'll never have anyone to actually give to on KnickerPicker.com.
Thanks Knicker Picker. You're today's Internet Superstar.
Have a nomination for an Internet Superstar? Send it to martin at revision3 dot com. And be sure to catch the full-length version of this show every Wednesday, right here on Revision3.