My wife and I decided that we want to invent something so that we don't have to work anymore. Then we can write novels and plays (or write novels and play). We heard of some guy who invented a round paper towel that can be placed over a plate and then in a microwave. This way, the towel doesn't hit the sides of the oven when the centerpiece spins. He made a lot money from this "invention." I understand why. If I had millions of dollars to spare, I'd give him a couple million for the service he has done to humanity. I weep when I think of the people who lived and perished without the benefit of round paper towels. Upon their graves where they are now interred, I gently place the towel.
But getting back to the issue of inventions, we're open to suggestions. This world is really too much. It's downright crazy. The pace is fast for no reason other than everyone's walking that way. So we've decided that we want to live like hermits (or kermits) for a while. It's better than nothing. Too much materialism. So we want a lot of material to avoid it. No! It does
make sense in our postmodern ethos. Got any ideas? Pass them along. You may get a cut; either a paper cut (round) or percentage. You're choice.