Penn Jillette Patent

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Postby Richard Hatch » 11/16/08 11:52 PM

I thought this was interesting:
http://www.google.com/patents?id=B1cZAA ... n+jillette
Someone is selling the patent information on eBay, but it is available free via the google patent search.
Any suggestions for a better name for Penn's invention? The J-Spa?
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 11/17/08 01:25 AM

It's an underwater vibrator!
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Postby Donal Chayce » 11/17/08 02:29 AM

Richard Hatch wrote:I thought this was interesting:
http://www.google.com/patents?id=B1cZAA ... n+jillette
Someone is selling the patent information on eBay, but it is available free via the google patent search.
Any suggestions for a better name for Penn's invention? The J-Spa?



How about "The G-Spa"? :whistle:
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Postby David Vamer » 11/17/08 07:13 AM

Great idea, Penn! You KNOW this is gonna break bad. Some idiot is going to think, "Hmm, if it feels good being above it, it's gonna feel GREAT being right on top of it!"

When air is blown or forced directly into a vagina without allowing any air to escape an air embolism (the abnormal presence of air in the cardiovascular system) could form, which can be fatal. Women who are more at risk for this unlikely possibility are those whose pelvic vessels are enlarged (meaning, increased blood supply to the vagina) due to a condition such as trauma and possibly pregnancy. So, if a very large amount of air were to be blown or forced into their vaginal canals, it's possible that the air could enter their bloodstream, causing a blockage in a blood vessel. As a result, some of these women, perhaps including the pregnant women's fetus, may experience complications. In extraordinary cases, some of these women (and the fetus) may die if the embolism travels to the heart or lungs.
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Postby Ian Kendall » 11/17/08 07:15 AM

David - it's jets of water, not air.

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Postby David Vamer » 11/17/08 07:17 AM

Ian - re-read the patent and check claim number three.
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Postby David Vamer » 11/17/08 07:18 AM

3. The spa according to claim 1, further comprising a water aerator in fluid communication with said outlet so that said discharged water includes aeration.
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Postby John Houdi » 11/17/08 08:19 AM

He calls it himself The Jill-Jet (according to PennRadio).
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