Wouldn’t it be great if you could download cheese dip through the Internet? You could just put a bowl of tortilla chips in front of your USB port, then download some cheese dip. You’d need broadband, I’m sure, and you’d need some type of tubes for it to go through. But according to senator Ted Stevens, the Internet runs on tubes. So maybe we’re not that far from it…
Yeah, instead of a USB port, you could have a USC port — Unlimited Stream of Cheese. 🙂
Somebody should make this happen*. I’d pay a couple extra bucks a month to get unlimited cheese dip! Just imagine — cheese dip on-demand!
* I realize there’s some technical complications, but there’s some really smart people out there. The people who say it can’t be done should get out of the way of the people trying to make this happen. 🙂
3 thoughts on “downloading cheese dip through the Internet”
The chief problem with downloading cheese dip through the Internet is how lumpy cheese can get at low temperatures. While this is not a problem for the summer months, in winter the Internet would freeze up from all the cheese in its tubes. We would need to add some heaters to keep the Internet flowing smoothly during the cold season, but that could lead to some emails getting too hot, so they might be half melted by the time you get them.
I like the idea.
Humm…how much extra will it cost the consumer??? >)
I will go and call my “people” and be right back.
This is a GREAT idea! I’ll spread the word and see if we can’t make this happen. I’ve got people…