Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The world's first human record player

Scientists have been testing the theory for years. Could a record player be made out of a human body? How would this revolutionize the digital world? How would this revolutionize science? How would we tell them apart from politicians?

What a success! They did it. A flesh and blood record player with lifelike mouth movement and stereo sound. It looked exactly like Ed Miliband, leader of Britain’s Labour party. To provide a demonstration, the record player was interviewed by BBC's Damon Green.

Too bad it started skipping.

2 comments:

Jason Michael Parrish said...

I'm pretty sure some fellows in Chicago invented one of these back in 2008. The machine worked so well it won the Nobel prize for it's amazing ability to fool the masses.

Tara Lynn Thompson said...

I'm always the last to know.