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Scientists recently discovered many of the chemical bonds found in concrete to also be present in humans, leading speculation in the pharmaceutical industry to the future availability of the so-called “anti-stubborn” pill; Dr. Mengli Bhottwano, lead scientist for the ChemCow team working on the project was quick to point out that a solution is still many years away, adding, “Despite all the testing on the Humacrete™ process, to date not one human has been successfully restructured into an attractive bird bath, although it should be noted that several quality human Buddhas have been created.”

    TAGS:  inventions, Buddha, concrete, humacrete, scientists, pharmaceuticals

A tiny Buddha had settled himself on top of my cell phone, not because he wanted to teach me patience, but because he loved the vibrate function.

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Jukebox McGill stared at the statue of the fat Buddha and wondered which came first: the serenity to sit cross-legged, or the inability to stand up.

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