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Here’s the beef!…

Meet Meat Cards: business cards made from meat and lasers

We start with 100% beef jerky, and SEAR your contact information into it with a 150 WATT CO2 LASER.

Screw die-cutting. Forget about foil, popups, or UV spot lamination. THESE business cards have two ingredients: MEAT AND LASERS.

Unlike other business cards, MEAT CARDS will retain value after the econopocalypse. Hoard and barter your calorie-rich, life-sustaining cards.

MEAT CARDS do not fit in a Rolodex, because their deliciousness CANNOT BE CONTAINED in a Rolodex.

As we discretely wipe our fingers, we might recall that it was on this date in 1958 that “The Witch Doctor” hit the No. 1 spot on Billboard‘s pop chart. The song used the then-unusual technique of recording the singer’s voice at a different speed than the music.  Songwriter and singer Ross Bagdasarian (who recorded under the name David Seville) used the same technique to top the charts again at the end of the year with “The Chipmunk Song.”

source: Cosmic Kitchen

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April 28, 2009 at 1:01 am

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