Thursday April 17, 2008  Last night, I thought about telepathic tea kettles.  That is, ones which would send a recorded message when the water was hot enough.

Today I figured out how to build a story around such gadgets.  Working title:  The Uses of Thought:

He didn’t need a telepathic tea kettle.  But Steeple People thrift store had a used one at what Saul Grandon considered a reasonable price.  And its transmissions were multi-sensory, according to the attached booklet: the sight of a steaming cup of tea, the smell and taste of tea (adjustable for different blends), the whistle of an old-fashioned sit-on-the-stove kettle.

***ACA (Adult Children Anonymous) meeting.  It went well, I think; a good thing, since I was running it.

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