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Steve
 Austria
Emergency Deo Spray for Public Transport Printer Friendly Version
It's the disgusting side of summer: You get into a tram on a hot day, and the air is filled with the smell of old sweat. Wisely, the constructors of trams have mounted the bars to hold on to well above your head (I think it's like that in every country) to ensure that there will always be a fresh supply of stale smells. This way, everybody can point their spelly armpits directly at your face (and nose).
I propose that there should be a mandatory deo spray in every car. This way, everybody can exert his right of self defense and do his neighbor a favor at the same time.
The emergeny deo spray could be mounted right between the emergeny brake and the fire extinguisher.

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ReligionY
 USA
Reinforced Discman Printer Friendly Version
Can someone do me a favor and develop a discman with a stronger exterior or some sort of reinforcement casing for discmen to greatly reduce the damage done to discmen when dropped or crushed?
I go through a discman about every one and a half months because they simply fall apart under pressure due to usage. I'm not talking about skip protection, I'm talking about the top physically detatching itself from the bottom and damaging connections.
If such a thing exists, please notify me.
Reward: The purchase of your product by thousands of individuals. 

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Steve
 Austria
Old Sock Tester Printer Friendly Version
We all know how battery testers work: you find a battery in your home or office and have no clue if it's still usable. You attach it to a battery tester and voila - the battery is flat so you can happily dispose of it.
But on washing day, what are you to do if you find a couple of stray socks? Sure, you can smell every single one of them, but that isn't only unpleasant, but it can actually damage your health, e.g. if you're allergic to dust. Alternatively, you can throw everything you find into the washer, but that'll unnecessarily shorten the life-span of your clothers, plus, by washing stuff that's already clean you're not exactly doing a favor to our environment.
This is where the sock tester comes to play: scan the socks (or any other garment you may have found) with the sock tester, and the sock tester will tell you if they actually need a washing.
Reward: Free sock testers for me 

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