A device that induces a current in the pleasure center of the brain, at a distance. (Read
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|"But if you used it for riot control, the crowds would keep surging back for more! Tasp's effectiveness as punishment / negative reinforcer is solely dependent on the subject's fear of addiction to it. Still, it would be a potent behavior-changer. And in the hands of product advertisers ... ayeeee! "|
(sryan 3/23/2007 7:12:47 AM )
|"Product advertisers already use sex every chance they get - for every product. Why else have Paris Hilton selling hamburgers?"|
(Bill Christensen 3/23/2007 1:12:15 PM )
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