But if the ages of print and broadcast could come to such an abrupt end, couldn't the Internet Era meet a similar fate at some point down the road? Of course it could -- which has led researchers at the Japanese Hardware Sales Institute of Media Studies to discover the next big thing in broadcasting: Telepathy. Using a hot plate, six-hundred liters of Lemon-Lime gelatin, two Schottky diodes and a highly sedated Bowhead Whale, we're able to transmit thoughts directly into the minds of willing participants. We'll do the final paragraph of this post in thoughtspeak (patent pending), so open your mind up to our outgoing transmission.
What, you're not getting it? Well, we guess you're not one The Susceptibles. Unless -- hold on. Yeah, we cooked another Bowhead Whale. Darn it. Those things aren't endangered are they? That was like, our fifth one. They are? They're extremely endangered? Well, isn't that a fart in the face. Sorry, nature!
- DSi: 182,518 6,179 (3.27%)
- PSP: 157,088 38,323 (32.27%)
- Wii: 119,965 14,993 (11.11%)
- PS3: 60,654 14,665 (31.89%)
- DS Lite: 48,160 8,293 (14.69%)
- Xbox 360: 19,694 6,683 (51.36%)
- PS2: 12,548 2,144 (20.61%)
[Source: Media Create]
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