Friday, November 24, 2006

Bulb Checking

Do you know the bulb checker tools in super markets? To avoid buying a damaged light bulb you simply plug the new one into the tool and if it's working a light flashes or you hear a squeaking noise. A noise sounding like *maeeeh*
Wouldn't it be cool to have a life bulb checker, too? Whenever you are unsure about a situation you could use your life bulb checker and listen for the *maeeeh* sound.
Well, after thinking about it I came to the conclusion that I don't want such a thing. Although life is cheating on me some times I love the unpredictable aspect of it. Life would be turned into deep boredom.


1 comment:

  1. I have never seen this in the United States. It is odd to me that the manufacturer would spend the money to also make this "bulb checker" machine. Can you not return the bulb to the store you bought it, if there was a problem? Usually we get more than 1 bulb per package, so if one is a disfunctional, it is not a huge inconvenience. Also, I don't think I ever bought a "bad" bulb before.