The electronic devices keep the mouth open so they can transmit their subliminal suggestions in order to control your mind and convince you to trade in your money for their worthless garbage.
And when the mouth is open, people complain all day about their problems that can only be solved by buying stuff that will make all their problems go away.
These people are so busy working and spending so much time in their alternate electronic universe, that they don’t realize that the reason why there is never money left at the end of the month is the fact that they are trading it for all that stuff that is cluttering up the house.
But if that same person turned off the electronic time consuming device, shut the mouth, and opened the eyes, an amazing thing happens. The complaint can’t find it’s way out of the mouth, so it’s sent back into the brain where the data is sent back and forth through the neurons and dendrites until the complaint finds it’s way into the long term memory.
When this happens, the data is processed over and over again during R.E.M. sleep until one day, it pops up over the head in the form of a clever idea.
Like this one:
Lettuce can be grown in any window, or on any point on earth that is touched by sunlight. It has been scientifically proven that lettuce has nutrients necessary for proper cell growth, and optimal health. A diet high in lettuce can prevent obesity, cancer, heart disease, and depression. Lettuce is also far too expensive. I like to eat a giant bowl of it every day for dinner and lunch. So I decided to grow my own, and since then, I have discovered amazing discoveries.
You can save the end of romaine lettuce from the grocery store, stick it in soil and it will grow roots and grow a whole head of lettuce. You can cut the leaves from lettuce in the garden, and it will grow right back. If you grow lettuce in nice soil and keep it moist, the lettuce won’t be bitter. And the last interesting fact, I can drown it in salad dressing, and still loose weight as long as I don’t eat any bread with it.
I have also stuck carrot tops and the bottoms of cut onions into soil and grown new ones.