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Your Toilet Thinks You Eat Too Much Corn!

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Just what everyone needs: a inanimate object analyzing our waste to tell us that we're fat asses.

Thanks Japan!

A company in Japan is unveiling their newest invention on the world - a high-tech toilet that provides an instant health check each time someone does their business.

It's like WebMB for your poo!

Ch-ch-check it out! (above)

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22 comments to “Your Toilet Thinks You Eat Too Much Corn!”

  1. 1

    What's up with the Japanese and toilets???

  2. 2

    I think it's cool.

  3. 3

    Wonders how late Perez will be copying Paris Hilton Cocaine arrest.. lol…5 hours and counting,

  4. 4

    i noticed perez cut and pasted the story about Remy from Cake Boss right off the NJ website. he's got mad cut and paste skills and usually a day or 2 later than most .
    anyhoot… the japanese should spend more time trying to cure a disease and less time on toilets. why are they so obsessed with their poop and asses?

  5. 5

    amy winehouse can use this to write her life story

  6. 6

    its great!

  7. 7

    Ummmm, that's WebMD, as in "Medical Doctor"?

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  9. 9

    you're 5+ years late on this, as usual

    CNN : Clever toilet checks on your health - Jun 28, 2005

  10. 10

    There's no limit to what these crazy hippies will regulate.
    I can see Eric Cartman on South Park, make an episode about this.
    I can remember Barbra Stresand and Jane Fonda so earnestly yakking about changing the world back in the '60's.
    Regulate the world, right down to your farts and shits!
    All they've done is bankrupt the world with their worthless ideas of failure. Elect, 'The King of the World', that couldn't run a taco stand.

  11. 11

    Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.
    Ronald Reagan
    Government's first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives.
    Ronald Reagan
    Government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases:
    If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.
    Ronald Reagan

  12. 12

    WebMD, you idiot.

  13. 13

    Watch the CSPAN replays of the Glenn Beck Sarah Palin Rally in Washington D.C., Restoring Honor. Check the schedule on the computer.
    WOWZA - Did you see the crowds? Tears of joy.
    Thank you American Patriots.
    Hello World, we will not let this country go Commie red!
    We've just begun to fight!
    Bless our 9/11 families and all who take care of us.

  14. 14

    The Japanese have a thing about elimination. They cover up bathroom sounds there. Sometimes with doors to the ceiling and floor. One public bathroom in a hotel I was in had a button you pressed which played loud music to camouflage farting and urination sounds.

  15. 15

    makes me think.. perez when you pull out do you have corn all over your peepee.

  16. 16

    webMB what is that?

  17. 17

    Well in Japan the idea would work because they eat healthy. In America the analyzer would probably just explode.

  18. 18

    I wonder how it would analyze a supersize dump from Rush Limbaugh?

  19. 19

    I just saw the documentary King Corn and Americans are in fact made of corn now…

  20. 20

    Re: luvs2tango – Reagan's tax policies pushed both the international transactions current account and the federal budget into deficit and led to a significant increase in public debt. In 1982, during Reagan's second year in office, the U.S. economy fell into a recession.

    Another recent critique of Reagan's policies stem from Tax Reform Act of 1986 and its impact on the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). The tax reform would ostensibly reduce or eliminate tax deductions. This legislation expanded the AMT from a law for untaxed rich investors to one refocused on middle class Americans who had children, owned a home, or lived in high tax states. This parallel tax system hit middle class Americans the hardest by reducing their deductions and effectively raising their taxes. Meanwhile, the highest income earners (with incomes exceeding $1,000,000) were proportionately less affected, thereby shifting the tax burden away from the richest 0.5% to poorer Americans.
    hey luvs2tango, fuck you and Reagan. it must be nice for you living in your republican, fantasy, made up world, where facts don't matter. such a sad, delusional, freak you are.

  21. 21

    Re: luvs2tango – Reagan's AIDS Legacy / Silence equals death.

    Following discovery of the first cases in 1981, it soon became clear a national health crisis was developing. But President Reagan's response was "halting and ineffective," according to his biographer Lou Cannon. Those infected initially with this mysterious disease — all gay men — found themselves targeted with an unprecedented level of mean-spirited hostility.

    AIDS became the tool, and gay men the target, for the politics of fear, hate and discrimination. Falwell said "AIDS is the wrath of God upon homosexuals." Reagan's communications director Pat Buchanan argued that AIDS is "nature's revenge on gay men."

    Reagan could have chosen to end the homophobic rhetoric that flowed from so many in his administration. Dr. C. Everett Koop, Reagan's surgeon general, has said that because of "intradepartmental politics" he was cut out of all AIDS discussions for the first five years of the Reagan administration. The reason, he explained, was "because transmission of AIDS was understood to be primarily in the homosexual population and in those who abused intravenous drugs." The president's advisers, Koop said, "took the stand, 'They are only getting what they justly deserve.' "
    luvs2tango, being as you are a hateful bitch, i'm sure this is something else that makes you proud to be a Reagan supporter.

  22. 22

    Chris Matthews, used his ending segment to announce:
    Can we imagine if King were physically here tomorrow, today, were he to reappear tomorrow on the very steps of the Lincoln Memorial? I have a nightmare that one day a right wing talk show host will come to this spot, his people`s lips dripping with the words interposition and nullification. Little right wing boys and little right wing girls joining hands and singing their praise for Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin. I have a nightmare.

    Author Alexander Zaitchik, also rejected Beck's embrace of the civil rights mantle, remarking:
    This is the guy who has a whole history, going back in Top 40 radio, of using racist jokes, racist humor, making fun of police brutality, and with a very deep hatred for black social justice activists.

    Sarah Palin likened the rally participants to the civil rights activists from 1963,"You have the same steel spine and moral courage of Lincoln and Martin Luther King" she said.
    Martin Luther King III, son of the late Dr. King, noted that as a "champion of free speech," his father "would be the first to say that those participating in Beck's rally have the right to express their views. However, King reminded Beck that his father's dream "rejected hateful rhetoric and all forms of bigotry or discrimination, whether directed at race, faith, nationality, sexual orientation or political beliefs