This test was taken from The Joy of Simple Living (Jeffrey P. Davidson).
The latest in relaxation technology comes to us from British company Hoverit in the form of a handmade acrylic lounger that can hover in mid air. As you might have guessed, the gravity defying aspects of the chair derive from repelling magnetic forces in both the bed and base. Hoverit also suggests that the magnetic forces can "help back, muscular problems and headaches" in addition to delivering a relaxing sensation akin to floating on air. More after the break.
As nice as it might be, I'd rather take the Czar's bed.
(not that it's a fair contest.)
I've never been wild for drinking games. Kings sucks, T.V. "they say it/you slam" it games bore me and most of the other games allow for making up stupid rules that end up ganging up on one person until they puke.
a survey of astronauts and cosmonauts.
Thus far this community has been somewhat saturated with my views on leisure. I'm much more interested in yours.
Monday, June 23, 2008; Page A02
I have been looking at culture & leisure magazine lately. The features in the current issue include an article about the joy of babies, the latest anti-aging beauty trends, and an "ultra-femme" fashion trend for fall collections.