The Age of Efficiency is scurrying toward us
With the right technology in place, this world could be run by hamster wheels. I’m sure of it.
On paper it sounds kinda fantastic, but I can only imagine the all-too-sinister-and-swift rise of the hamster industry; the forced hamster inbreeding; the hamster mills and appalling hamster living conditions; the feral hamster vs. sewer rat gang wars; the hamster cloning and bioengineering; the mad proliferation of hamster recipes and cookbooks; the spike in gerbiling tubes, and the emergence of the hamster porn genre; the Asian nation that engineers a smaller-yet-wildly-efficient hamster; the rainforests slashed and burned for wood shavings, and to clear vast swaths of land for billions of hamster cages with those twisty and colorful plastic tunnels.
All I know is, with enough hamsters you could rule the world.
But don’t fret, friend. That day is far, far away. Just marvel for now at how some smart guy is being way hamster-efficient with this rockin’ design:
~ by zactopia on March 16, 2010.
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