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By Unknown
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Okay, I'm seriously having trouble understanding this one. I can see how this would work on a manual transmission... but wouldn't there need to be someone in the car to pop the clutch? What do you guys think?

By Unknown
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Well, he's not technically handless. However, Sentayehu Teshale does suffer from a muscular condition which renders his hands virtually ineffective. Despite this, he doesn't let his disability get in his way, and has been crafting stools for over 20 years.

NO EXCUSES!

By Dar-Kfrei (Via: University of Pennsylvania)
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That $50,000 tuition practically pays for itself.

By Unknown
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This may come as a shock a lot of people who live in the "first" world, but millions upon millions of people don't have access to washing machines, and still have to wash their clothes by hand.

Doing this makes the washer vulnerable to numerous health conditions such as bacterial infection or repetitive stress injuries. The makers of the GiraDora washer intend to change that.

The washer looks almost like a repurposed water cooler, fitted with a pump on the bottom portion so that users may put their clothes in the washer, sit on top of it, and pump it with their feet. Just further prove that sometimes the best solutions are the simplest ones.