10 Million-Dollar Ideas For Inventions That Need To Be Crowdfunded ASAP | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    There are some great ideas out there, but many have trouble getting the funding they need thanks to censorship from woke fundraising sites. This is unacceptable! Here are a few brilliant ideas that freedom-loving patriots should band together to support:

  1. Printer that works: You've seen printers. Now imagine one that works. This could change the world.
  2. Robot that explains the movie to your wife as you're watching it: This would make things much easier when you're watching Tenet.
  3. Bathroom secure enough to store classified documents: If someone had invented this earlier, Trump could have escaped prosecution.
  4. California DA that actually puts criminals in jail: Why hasn't someone thought of this before?
  5. Vape that doesn't make you look like a total cheese bag: What if you could actually look cool while huffing your strawberry shortcake vape cartridge? Someone get on this!
  6. An app that removes Seth Rogen from all movies: We'd pay good money for this.
  7. Bible that reads itself: The Christian life, finally made simple.
  8. Pocket translator for converting speech by mentally compromised politicians into English: Not mentioning any names here, but...
  9. Edible protein bars that aren't made out of sand: Imagine the sick gains.
  10. Lightsaber: Seriously, what's taking so long for us to get a lightsaber? Modern science should have been able to figure out a way to enclose an energy source as powerful as the sun and a Kyber crystal into a sword hilt to make an energy loop capable of cutting through any material except for Neuranium metal. Come on guys! Somebody fund this thing!

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