Smallfry has come up with an innovative method of keeping self-important corporate bosses in check during brainstorming sessions. The Equalizer is a tongue-in-cheek executive toy designed to keep the bosses’ tongues from permanently wagging, by tracking talkers and aiming a barrage of soft foam balls at over-critical loudmouths. It sounds like an ideal way of silencing politicians. Just don’t put it anywhere near John ‘Two Jabs’ Prescott.
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