They're coming to take me away, ha ha!
I'd prefer a transporter. Cars and gas are expensive and my family lives so far away! I wouldn't be able to afford one I'm sure, but perhaps I could eventually get a hand me down from my family member who's better off monetarily speaking. Beam me up Scotty.
I want one of these gadgets, Alexis! The first person I would block: Phil Mickelson. WORST celebrity endorsement of autoimmune arthritis ever, IMO. I have said all along that I would not wish RA on anyone, but I catch myself hoping for the day that enbrel stops working for him, like it did for me (along with remicade, humira, and a ton of oral meds. I'm still on the fence about orencia as I'm still in the trial stages.)
Wow, Tina. Tha's tterribly interesting. I've only seen Phil Mickelson on the Enbrel commercials and on Sunday afternoons when my dad watches golf if it's not football season. Phil Mickelson isn't one of the ones he roots either for or against I'll have to watch him so I can form an opinion.I have an uncle who's a republican and who despises Laura Bush with almost unparalleled intensity. He's never articulated just what he dislikes so much about her. If he had the gadget, he'd bleep out Laura Bush even though she's hardly eve on tV anymore.
A transporter would definitely be cool, Amelia. I read something recently about transporters for outer space that may be available in our children's or at least our grandchildren's lifetimes. They'll supposedly operate more efficiently than current space travel modules because they will move outer space around the vehicle as opposed to propelling the vehicle through space.