Friday, April 27, 2007

Adjustable breast implants

Dear Gravyheads,

This isnt a product that i really care about, aside from the obvious laughter at the though of pumping up body parts on a whim (insert joke --->HERE<---)
However, in chat last night, some interest was expressed by the ladies in this device, so as a public service, i offer this article from boing boing.


These breast-implants can be adjusted after surgery, varying the size of your fake tits based on your post-operative feelings about them until you're perfectly happy with your wobbly plastic boobs.
The Spectrum is a technologically innovative design that allows the surgeon to continue making adjustments to the breast after your breast augmentation operation. A small, removable fill tube is left temporarily attached to the breast implant after surgery. The tube is accessible to the physician by injection through the skin. In a simple office procedure, breast implant size can be varied until you have achieved the result you desire. At this point, the fill tube is removed (again, in a routine office visit) and a self-sealing valve immediately closes and seals the breast implant.
Link

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Finally scientists focus on something that will help our daily lives.

greetings Gravyheads!
I stumbled on this little article, and all i can say is.. huzzah!
Although I'm curious, I've always viewed perfect head as an artform, something to be worshiped and truly spectacular when your able to recieve it.

will this change all that? When excellence becomes the norm, what becomes excellent?

Your thoughts as always, are greatly appreciated.

Scientists are working on ensuring we all get the best head possible.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

The best gelato in the world.. sailor Style.

Dear friends and drunkards,

THIS, screams roadtrip.

Aloha Monkey
What
: Gelato made from fresh pineapples, lemons, coconut milk, and
Sailor Jerry rum.
Why: Possibly the most delicious concoction ever created.
When: Mon.-Thurs., 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri., 7:30 a.m.-midnight; Sat., 8:30 a.m.-midnight; Sun., 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Where:
Capogiro, 119 S. 13th St. (215-351-0900).

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The Science of Cider.

Greetings!

So, what can we learn from 150 year old beer?

Seems like we can learn a lot! Although if we want to brew any of our own, we best get started now!

Heres a article from the Times Online.

Cheers!