Once again it’s time for the weekly Sunday Brunch with ZA Maxfield! This week, we have one awesome friend joining us! Please welcome A. Morell and JP Barnaby!
This week’s question is: “What’s the best invention ever and why?”
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The best invention ever traces back to 1450’s Germany with the printing press. An automated physical (arguably portable) representation of ideas to share across the civilized world. A forerunner to the the internet and the global sharing of information, innovation, and porn.
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I’ve given it a lot of thought, and I’m gonna have to go with the waffle.
If you think about it, they’re a work of simple genius, and quite beneficial to our present society of environmental awareness. They’re basically edible plates—what’s better for the environment than edible food containers?
Of course, they’re more than just conveyors of butter and syrup. Some of them hold ice cream. Or chicken. Then there’s the waffle-cut french fry. What other form of potato can deliver maximum potential dipping sauce per bite? The waffle even inspired some intrepid soul to invent the Choco Taco. Tacos! For dessert! And you can’t forget about their delicious, indolent cousin, the funnel cake. What’s a carnival or amusement park without them? I’m also fairly certain that if there is a heaven, at least one small corner of it smells like freshly made waffle cones at all times.
So yeah, waffles. Other than that, maybe Scrivener.
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Thank you to A. and JP for joining us this week!