SAD Lug Lamps :-S

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SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« on: 08/03/2012 08:31:08 »


http://www.theengineer.co.uk/in-depth/analysis/ear-worn-device-ensures-a-bright-disposition/1011928.article

I suspect those who buy this product who only insert one ear-plug will see light shining from the other ear'ole.   [:)]
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #1 on: 08/03/2012 08:46:03 »
They must make you feel light headed.
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #2 on: 08/03/2012 09:49:09 »
And at 185 quid light walletted as well!

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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #3 on: 09/03/2012 02:21:45 »
They must make you feel light headed.

 "headlights" is a cooler name than "lug lamps".

If the hypothesis is correct, (light reaches your brain through your skull), then people who wear lightproof headgear (or have one of these [O8)] ) must be more prone to SAD.  [ that may explain why hoodies  are miserable.  [:)] ]
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #4 on: 09/03/2012 08:08:36 »
They must make you feel light headed.

 "headlights" is a cooler name than "lug lamps".

If the hypothesis is correct, (light reaches your brain through your skull), then people who wear lightproof headgear (or have one of these O8) ) must be more prone to SAD.  [ that may explain why hoodies  are miserable.  :) ]

I'm sure that's not right. I was always told that if you want to get ahat, get a head.
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #5 on: 09/03/2012 08:12:36 »
I wonder; would it also be beneficial to shine light into other orifices where the sun does not normally shine?
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #6 on: 09/03/2012 08:29:39 »
I wonder; would it also be beneficial to shine light into other orifices where the sun does not normally shine?

light in the mouth is a medical test [:)] ...

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"pumpkin positive"    
   
The medical definition of a person with a brain so small that if you shine a light in their mouth, their whole head will light up like a Halloween pumpkin.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pumpkin%20positive
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #7 on: 09/03/2012 13:45:35 »
I wonder; would it also be beneficial to shine light into other orifices where the sun does not normally shine?

Careful now, you could be arrested for that!
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Re: SAD Lug Lamps :-S
« Reply #8 on: 16/03/2012 23:08:57 »
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The Valkee earbuds are certified in Europe as a medical device, but veteran sleep researcher Gary Trock, co-director of Sleep Evaluation Services at Beaumont Hospital in Michigan, told MSNBC earlier this week that he remains skeptical given he's seen nothing in peer-reviewed scientific journals about the device: "Until I see more data, I won't be sticking this in my ear."
http://news.cnet.com/8301-27083_3-57398960-247/will-valkees-led-earbuds-alleviate-jet-lag/