Taking aim at bulletproof backpacks
American tragedy and ingenuity occasionally collide like two lame stream media talking heads debating gun control. There aren’t many finer points of society at large, but when it comes to cashing in on the fears of others America is second to none.
This ingenuity has led to a lion’s share of wonderful inventions to capitalize on a greater need and — dare I even suggest it — the greater good. Cue National Anthem.
When I was a kid, parents, apparently, had a hard time keeping track of their children. So someone came out with a product that for lack or want of a better term was called kid-on-a-leash. That never made sense to me. It’s like admitting that you are such a bad parent that you have to literally tether a child to you like a tetherball so you won’t lose track of them while traversing a mall’s food court. I guess elastic was the last missing link that prevented mothers and fathers from being fantastic parents.
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