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  • Hekmo

    The book Why Didnt I Think of That? proves not all successful inventions are the greatest thing since sliced bread (not even sliced bread, which is literally just a precut loaf for lazy loafs). This humorous guide to mind-blowing inventions deconstructs just how complex these cant-live-without necessities really are, while providing some insightfully funny lessons to future inventors.

  • Ryan Reidel

    Amazon.com: Why Didn't I Think of That?: 101 Inventions that Changed the World by Hardly Trying (9781440500107): Anthony Rubino Jr.: Books

  • David Scarmardo

    Why Didnt I Think of That?: 101 Inventions that Changed the World by Hardly Trying Adams Media,http://www.amazon.com/dp/144050010X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_DnbPrbE026D741B3

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